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

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Sep 15, 2013; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods (10) runs with the ball during the first half against the Carolina Panthers at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

16. . WR. Buffalo Bills. Robert Woods. 8. player

Robert Woods rookie season isn’t much to ride home about. He only caught three touchdowns but, had to deal with a revolving door at quarterback all season long. Despite the QB issue in Buffalo, Woods still averaged 14.7 yards per catch and is the Bills only proven deep threat on the roster (pending Sammy Watkins) .

Woods best game in 2013 came against the Baltimore Ravens in week four. He caught four passes for 80 yards and a touchdown against the defending Super Bowl champs at the time, and showed flashes of what he was for USC.

The only issue to be concerned with Woods is who is going to throw the ball to him. E.J. Manuel couldn’t stay on the field last season but looks like he’s healthy entering 2014. Manuel really hasn’t shown that well but has found ways to get Woods the ball.

So far this preseason, Woods leads the team in receiving with rookie sensation Sammy Watkins nursing his injuries. That’s another factor too, Watkins will be the true number one guy so Woods will mostly face one-on-one coverage.

He could fall late, or possibly undrafted, and could be a great pickup for your roster.