2014 Fantasy Football Sleepers
Sleeper: A draft term for a NFL player that an owner believes is going to have a breakout season. These are usually players who are not rookies, but they can be. For the most part they are not well known NFL players. Usually sleepers are drafted in the middle to late rounds of a draft. From our Fantasy Football Dictionary
We have classified the following players as sleepers for 2014. We will be updating this list throughout the pre-season.
|Of all the players on the Colts, Dwayne Allen has the greatest potential to crush his current ADP. Currently drafted around pick No. 157, Allen is falling to the 13th round and is approximately the 19th tight end off the board. Allen had an impressive rookie year in 2012 with a 45/521/... Read More|
|BREAKOUT TE CANDIDATE: In his first season, the Stanford alum finished with 36 catches for 469 yards (29 YPG) and four touchdowns. He should see his role increase significantly following the DeSean Jackson departure. Ertz has an excellent chance to leap into fantasy must-start territory (especially when you consider the high praise he recently rece... Read More|
|The emergence of Garrett Graham made veteran tight end Owen Daniels expendable in Houston. Graham signed a three-year deal, and will be the top tight end moving forward. His numbers should go up as his only competition is rookie C.J. Fiedorwicz. Graham is a high-end TE2 or could even be a TE1. Expect Graham to have a good year as long as the team can afford to send... Read More|
|Ladarius Green could be a fantasy TE stud by Week 8. He is more athletic and has more potential than just about any other tight end in the NFL; however, until he realizes that potential, he is a risky option (especially if drafted to be your team's starting TE). Predictions that he breakout after his promising moments in 2013 are very popular right now. This season... Read More|