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    Fantasy Football 2013

    Who is your sleeper(s), and what round are you targeting them?



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    Re: Fantasy Football 2013

    Ryan broyles.



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    Re: Fantasy Football 2013

    Bump. He's not really a sleeper as far as name recognition, but Vernon Davis is primed for a huge year in San Fran. He has better chemistry with Kaepernick and the Niners are going to split him out and move him around in their formations to create mismatches. Either he or Boldin is going to be the #1 receiving threat, and in yahoo leagues he's typically going no earlier than the seventh or eighth round.

    I'm also keeping an eye on Brandon Weeden as a late round flier pick. Norv Turner has a history of making chicken salad out of chicken **** when it comes to developing QBs, and Weeden has some intriguing receiving threats in Greg Little and Josh Gordon.



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    Re: Fantasy Football 2013

    Adrian Peterson, he might even be worth an early Pick



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    Re: Fantasy Football 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by IowaStateClones View Post
    Adrian Peterson, he might even be worth an early Pick
    I don't think he is a sleeper, he is a top 3 pick in most leagues this year.



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    Re: Fantasy Football 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by Agclone91 View Post
    I don't think he is a sleeper, he is a top 3 pick in most leagues this year.
    I am assuming jimlad implied. Anybody with minimal knowledge of the NFL should know that.



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