Fantasy Football: The Top 10 Sleepers You Should Target In 2014

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Aug 17, 2014; Charlotte, NC, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tightened Travis Kelce (87) runs the ball as he is pursued by Carolina Panthers safety Robert Lester (38) during the second half of the game at Bank of America Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports

Continuing our very popular Fantasy Football series, today we’ll be counting down the top 10 “sleepers” that you should target in your upcoming drafts.

Our staff writer, and fantasy expert, Chad Brewster has put together some excellent top ten list’s already. Each week, we’ve been providing you with at least two post’s that include very helpful knowledge for you to reference not only for your draft, but for your entire 2014 fantasy season.

Here’s a rundown of the positions Chad and I have focused on.

Fantasy Football Top 10 By Position’s 

As mentioned before, were focusing on this years “sleepers” of the fantasy football season. For those of you that are new to fantasy football this year, or do not understand what I mean, a sleeper is a player that no one is mentioning and someone who could fall to the late rounds that can make a serious impact for your season.

Whether it be QB’s, Running backs, or possibly even kickers? I’ll be giving you a rundown of ten players that I think could make a real impact for your team at a minimal cost. To begin, simply click “next” or, use the arrow keys to navigate.

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