2015 Top Sleepers
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As always there are a ton of guys being drafted late that could have a serious impact on who claims the Fantasy Football crown at season’s end.
Who are some of the players that should absolutely be on your radar as Fantasy Draft time approaches. Let’s take a look at my favorite Quarterbacks, Running Backs, Wide Receivers and ever Tight Ends that may be getting overlooked that shouldn’t be.
1. Eli Manning, NY Giants
Eli is still getting passed by despite throwing for 4,410 yards and 30 TDs last year – he is the 14th QB being takes on average.
Odell Beckham alone makes Manning a viable asset in Fantasy. Add in the fact that Victor Cruz looks as though he is still on track to start the season and that the Giants still have a pretty bad defense and the prospect for another productive season is good for Manning. 4000 yards and another 30 TDs is likely this year making Eli a top 10 guy.
2. Teddy Bridgewater, Minnesota Vikings
Bridgewater will try to build on an impressive rookie campaign in which he definitely didn’t look out of place. With Adrian Peterson and a strong running game keeping defenses honest, Bridgewater should get more time to throw, more lanes to exploit. I’m not saying that Bridgewater is a QB1 but 3500 yards with 25 TDs is not a stretch – solid QB2 numbers.
3. Derek Carr, Oakland Raiders
Carr was arguably the most impressive rookie QB last year believe it or not and will only get better in his second season with Michael Crabtree and first-round draft pick Amari Cooper in the fold. The Raiders did some good things in getting Mr. Carr some help – he is an instant QB2 that will make the occasional spot start for your Fantasy squad this year.
1. Joseph Randle, Dallas Cowboys
Any guy starting behind Dallas’s O-line is going to have success – even a guy who has 20 touches in just one game in his career. Truth be told Randle has virtually zero competition for touches – Darren McFadden scared nobody and won’t be a factor. We know that Dallas will stick to the run, no matter what – Randle is the main beneficiary of that.
2.LeGarrette Blount, New England Patriots
Word out of Pats camp is that Blount has looked terrific and may just have a leg up on the most touches out of the backfield. But your guess is as good as mine.
He rushed for 148 yards on 30 carries with three scores in the AFC Championship game and proved that he deserves at least a little consideration for the lead role. After his 1 game suspension to start the year he could be in line for 15 or so touches and the goal-line work for the high powered offense.
3. Devonta Freeman, Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons bolstered their O-line this past offseason which should mean an uptick for the running game. Devonta Freeman is the favorite to be the lead back in what should be a pretty good offense. Atlanta will get it together some time and they have to have someone reliable to run the ball – Freeman is my best guess to do just that.
1. Martavis Bryant, , Pittsburgh Steelers
Bryant had 8 TDs as a rookie and should be in line for far more touches this year meaning more opportunity for Fantasy gold. With Antonio Brown taking away much of the attention Ben will be looking to some other pass catchers this year. Bryant caught 14 passes for 310 yards and six TDs on 25 targets in his first four games after injury last year and ended the season with an average of 21.1 yards per catch – incredible.
Upside and incredible play-making ability make Bryant’s ceiling high – 1000 yards and 10 TDs is not out of the question.
2. Charles Johnson, Minnesota Vikings
The Vikings will be a whole lot better this year
Adrian Peterson will give the receivers a whole lot more room to roam. Johnson was terrific at the end of last season – his size and athleticism make him a WR3 with WR2 upside. Johnson is being chosen as a WR4 right now.
3.Nelson Agholor, Philadelphia Eagles
Looks like he will win the Week 1 starting spot as the #2 receiver for Philadelphia. His skills in college were nearly unmatched and he fits Chip Kelly’s offense perfectly. Jordan Matthews is the unquestioned #1 but my guess is that the combination of Matthews and Agholor will combine to suck up the targets of the departed Jeremy Maclin. 850 yards and 8 TDs with upside is where I see Agholor.
1.Eric Ebron, Detroit Lions –
The Lions have been seeking another option behind Megatron and Golden Tate forever seemingly. Ebron and his size and speed may be that guy assuming he can finally learn the offense and stay healthy. 70 catches, 650-750 yards and 6 TDs is a reasonable expectation for Ebron who has breakout potential written all over him.
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