2014 Fantasy Football Draft Sleepers

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Let's face it, it's too hard to stay away from football for so long.  You always have to be thinking about who are the big sleepers in your fantasy football drafts for 2014.  My goal is to help you find those super late round sleepers like a Julian Edelman and Knowshon Moreno from last year that can be productive for your fantasy team.  These players are in no particular order, but put a little mark next to them in your draft guides.


Ben Roethlisberger (QB, PIT) - Big Ben is a solid target for your back-up QB for 2014; he just came off of a 4,000+ yard season with nearly 30 TD passes.  There is no doubt that he can repeat those number next year, but one has to assume the ground game will be better in 2014 opening up some more offensive attempts.  Expect similar numbers from last year.

Joique Bell (RB, DET) - Joique Bell tends to slip in drafts every year, but if you draft Reggie Bush you have to hand-cuff Bell.  Even if you didn't draft Bush you would have to assume Reggie will miss some games in 2014 as he misses games every year.  Bell is a solid RB in PPR leagues as well, so snagging Bell in later rounds gives you solid upside.

Terrence Williams (WR, DAL) - he is going to slip late in the draft, but will be the number two WR beside Dez Bryant in a passing offense.  He found the end-zone a number of times last year and has proven to be a little bit of a red-zone target for Romo.  Williams has solid upside in 2014 for his average draft pick.

Aaron Dobson (WR, NE) - if he can shake his foot injuries then his upside is extremely solid.  He is a huge target at 6'3" and clearly improved over the 2013 season.  If he can remain healthy then Dobson should be a frequent target of Brady's in 2014.

Zach Ertz (TE, PHI) - if Philly decides to use him more this year then Ertz's name will be everywhere on waiver wires.  Ertz has the potential to have a come out of nowhere year like Julian Thomas did in 2013.  He is one of my go to back-up TE's for 2014.

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