The Jacksonville Jaguars made a statement when they signed Mike Mularkey as their new head coach that they were prepared to get serious about centering their franchise on the quarterback position. Mularkey has been around the NFL for a long time, always dealing with the offense and once before as a head coach. Lately, Mularkey has been the man heralded for molding Matt Ryan of the Falcons in to the player he is. We expect he will turn things around for Gabbert and make him a bona fide fantasy football sleeper quarterback in 2012.Read more
Fantasy Football Sleepers
A fantasy football sleeper is a player poised for a breakout season, but is going unnoticed in fantasy football drafts. A sleeper doesn't have to be a top-ten player at their position to be deemed such however. Simply outperforming their average draft position will be enough to classify a player as a sleeper. We look at every player, and their situation, closely to determine which sleeper candidates are worth the pickup in your league.
In anticipation for the NFL Season, and your fantasy football draft, we will be working hard to give you the best at each position. Once we get closer to the standard draft days for most fantasy leagues we will break out our "Top Sleepers" page to make sure you get maximum value on draft day.
When NFL free agency began, there were rumors of the Cincinnati Bengals pursuing some of the bigger name free agent running backs. With some linking Michael Bush, Mike Tolbert, Peyton Hillis and even Ryan Grant to the Bengals, few expected the Bengals to sign BenJarvus Green-Ellis. Now that they have, we think he will be a great fantasy football running back sleeper pick.Read more
The Buffalo Bills have shown signs of improvement in the past, but ask a native Western New Yorker and they would probably tell you they’ll “believe it when they see it.” Now, however, it looks like the Bills may finally be making a turn around and could be poised to make a run at an AFC East title.Read more