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    Sleepers

    Post your sleepers for this year!


    Mine:


    Jacquizz Rodgers (RB, ATL): The Turner Show is getting old and worn down, and the new up-tempo style of the Falcons offense seems to favor Rodgers.

    Mikel LeShoure (RB, DET): Kevin Smith has durability issues and Jahvid Best is one good hit away from ending his career. After he serves his two game suspension and pending Kevin Smith's health/performance, LeShoure could be in line for some heavy duty carries.

    Jonathan Baldwin (KC, WR): Dwayne Bowe is clearly #1 in KC, but with him holding out and needing time to catch up on the playbook Jon Baldwin could reap the benefits. He's got good size and he showed some promise last season.

    Ronnie Hillman (DEN, RB): Hillman tweaked his hamstring in preseason action, which hopefully for Denver doesn't linger, because this kid looks explosive. With an aging Willis Mcgahee as the No.1, Hillman could become the man in Denver at some point during the year if he can learn to pass protect for Peyton. That will determine what kind of role he sees in the offense, because obviously that is a crucial element for any RB especially rooks.


    Borderline sleeper/non sleepers:


    Michael Bush (CHI, RB)
    Greg Olsen (TE, CAR)
    Last edited by Giantz4Life; 09-02-2012 at 02:06 AM.

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    Malcolm Floyd (SD, WR) I think Floyd could be a big asset to the chargers if he is healthy, Rivers will pass for over 4000 yards, and if he is the No. 1 receiver in that offence, he is basically destined for over 1000 yards.

    Fred Jackson (BUF, RB) Jackson was averaging 5.5 yards a carry and had 934 yards in 10 games, If he can stay healthy, I really think they would rather have Jackson their feature back than have him split the carries with Spiller.

    Josh Freeman (TB, QB) Freeman OL is much improved with the signing of Carl Nicks and he now has a solid RB with Doug Martin and a good WR with Vincent Jackson.

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