Fantasy Football Sleepers: Ten Deep Sleepers You Should Target

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Jul 26, 2014; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans running back Dexter McCluster (22) rushes during training camp at Saint Thomas Sports Park. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

Dexter McCluster. 7. player. 35. . WR/RB. Tennessee Titans

Dexter McClusters ability to be a flex type player is what intrigues you most about him. He only accounted for 2 touchdowns last season with the Chiefs but, with new offensive guru, Ken Whisenhunt, calling the shots in Tennessee this year you’re lead to believe he will get the ball.

While in San Diego last season, Whisenhunt was creative in finding ways to get little flex running back, Danny Woodhead the football. In fact, Woodhead finished as the 20th best fantasy running back in terms of points and Dexter McClusters ability to catch and run routes is even better than Woodhead.

He can easily be a slot receiver in their offense while also carrying the football several times a game. In PPR league, McCluster could be a guy that fills in nicely here an there for players with by weeks or injuries.

McCluster is one of the best deep sleepers on this list if you ask me.