2011 Fantasy Football Deep Sleepers Week 15

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Everyone should be in there play-off hunt right now and with all the injuries in fantasy football now you better be looking for those deep sleeper fill-ins for week 15.

Most of these players should be available on waiver wires and all should be considered deep sleepers for week 15.

T.J. Yates (QB, HOU) - T.J. has been finding the end-zone and has a solid group of RB's around him to keep the ball moving down-field.  250 yards and 2 TD's is a fairly safe estimate for week 15.

Jake Locker (QB, TEN) - available in most leagues and with Matt Hasselbeck most likely out for week 15 and  the Titans going up against Indy make Jake a super deep sleeper for solid production.

Donald Driver/James Jones (WR, GB) - Donald Driver is the one to own here with Jennings out.  I realize Driver is not as deep a sleeper and may not be available but James Jones should be out there on waiver wires and has tons of upside with Jennings out.  Green Bay will be sure to utilize both of these WR's and I see them each good for three to six catches in week 15 with touchdown potential.

Andre Roberts (WR, ARZ) - Andre sees single man coverage for most of the game and is always capable of lighting up fantasy numbers.  He can get many catches and also has touchdown potential.

Keiland Williams (RB, DET) - both Maurice Morris and Kevin Smith have to be out for Keiland to make any sense at starting.  He will have minimal production if either of those backs start but if he gets the start he is a solid PPR RB fill-in.

Kahlil Bell (RB, CHI) - I like Bell in PPR formats due to his potential to get dump-off passes from Hanie.  Bell had five catches last week and I look for that trend to continue.  I am seeing total yards at 50 with 3 catches at a minimum.

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