Fantasy Football: Top 10 Sleepers You Should Target

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5) Lamar Miller, RB, Miami

With an underwhelming incumbent in Daniel Thomas in Miami, Lamar Miller may just sneak in as the starter for the Dolphins. As a rookie last year, in very limited attempts (51), Miller averaged nearly 5 yards a carry. He had very little chance to impress in 2012, therefore he could be a super sleeper this season. As with most sleepers, you don’t want to trust him to be one of your top running backs, but you just may get lucky. Miller should drop to at least the middle rounds of your draft. If he is still on the board when you are considering the backs left to help you out on bye weeks, take a flier on Miller. There have a chance he may be one the biggest surprise players in 2013.