2017 Fantasy Football Sleepers: TE

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2017 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 2017. We will be updating this list throughout the pre-season.

Name Pos Team Age Yrs
Pos. Rank
C.J. Fiedorowicz Contract Year Player TE HOU 25 3 TE - #13
Defenses gave the Texans' tight ends plenty of open field in 2016 to take away Hopkins and Fuller. After TEs caught only 48 passes for 448 yards and four TDs on 74 targets in 2015, Houston turned into one of the best TE opportunities in the league last season (113/1079/7 on 172 targets). C.J. had minimal action over the first three games (2/7 on four targets). Over th... Read More
Jack Doyle TE IND 27 4 TE - #14
In his fifth season in the league, Doyle will have a chance to shine. He earned starting snaps after Week 5 leading to bump in chance over the next four games (20/228/2 on 26 targets). Over the last seven games of the seasons, he shared snaps in most games with Dwayne Allen. Jack failed to score over 12 Fantasy points in any of those games. Doyle finished th... Read More
David Njoku TE CLE 20 R TE - #17
Over two seasons at Miami in college, Njoku caught 64 passes for 1060 yards and nine TDs. His game has elite upside with a unique combination of athletic ability, speed, and strength. David's route running needs to improve while improving his pass blocking. He'll offer big play ability while understanding how to sit down in zones. Njoku may not hit the ground running,... Read More

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