If Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck had his own fantasy football song, it would have to be The Beatles, “Can’t Buy Me Love.” Through the first two months of fantasy drafts, Hasselbeck’s ADP is 32nd. Dead last based on 32 NFL teams. I have him ranked 18th. I’ve heard the arguments; he’s too old, too […]
Fantasy Football Sleepers
Who are the top fantasy football sleepers this season? A sleeper is that rookie, 3rd year player, free agent or heck any player who has an opportunity to produce league winning numbers outside of their ADP. Sleepers are often categorized as players that fall outside of the consensus top 12 QB's, top 24 RB's, top 36 WR's and top 12 TE's. But on this site we don't use hard fast rules. If a player is under appreciated we will call them a sleeper.
Either way you look at them, sleepers have upside to outproduce ADP. Stick with ADP to minimize your risk. You better have a long list and rank those sleeping beauties or else you'll end up with a bunch of has been washed up fantasy duds. So do yourself a favor and check out the articles below, they contain our top fantasy football sleepers for this NFL season.
Mario Manningham enters New York Giants training camp battling with Hakeem Nicks for the starting split-end receiver position opposite Steve Smith. Experts have predominantly already written Nicks into the spot, and rightly so, he’s the better all around playmaker and blocker than Manningham. But are they jumping the gun? Nicks has all the talent you […]
As I was putting together our Over/Under article for Defensive Linemen this week, I already knew one name that would be on that list. Tampa Bay’s Stylez White showed me enough in 2009 that I have ranked him at 19th going into 2010. When I took a closer look at my expectations for White versus […]
The Green Bay Packers offer a formidable offense for fantasy owners on the hunt for talent. They ranked 3rd in points per game (28.8) and 7th in passing yards (261.2). Impressive numbers, but many experts think the Pack will continue to improve on those stats in 2010. Let’s face it, Aaron Rodgers has a lot […]
Chester Taylor has always had some median value in PPR (points per reception) leagues, as a pass-catching option out of the backfield for the Minnesota Vikings. He was targeted by Brett Favre 59 times in 2010, and turned that into 44 receptions. That’s a respectable 75% conversion ratio. Alas he had only two touchdowns to […]