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Potential Fantasy Sleepers For Each Team

Everyone loves predicting fantasy sleepers each year. I will go over a few options I think have a chance to have impact fantasy seasons.

New England Patriots:

Aaron Dobson– Everyone knows Tom Brady likes to throw Edelman, tight ends, and Ammendola if he is healthy. He will likely go to LaFell as well. But I think Dobson will make a big jump in year two. Especially if he improves his hands. I think the fact that they released Boyce means they have trust in him and Thompkins. I think you can get Dobson in free agency in most 12 round leagues, he may be worth it.

New York Jets:

Jeremy Kerley/Jalen Saunders– I really like both of these guys because they have speed and Geno loves throwing to players in the slot. If Kerley is healthy (and I have said this many times), he can be really good. If not, I expect Jalen Saunders to fill the position that Tavon Austin provided for Geno at WVU. I normally do not like Jets players in fantasy, but I think these guys may be worth it in the late rounds or during free agency.

Miami Dolphins:

Brian Hartline-I would not say he is a “sleeper”, but he is a very good under the radar guy a lot of people to not know about. I like him over Mike Wallace. I would not start him every week, but he can be good in the right matchup.

Buffalo Bills:

Mike Williams– I think Mike Williams will have a great season at wide receiver for the Bills. He had a great year in Tampa Bay a few years ago. I think now that he is kind of the third wheel behind Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods, he can have a big year. Especially since he has the experience on those guys.

Bryce Brown– I would say he can be a huge sleeper if Spiller or Jackson go down. Brown showed flashes of explosiveness in the past in Philly.

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