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Super Sleepers

Super Sleeper: A high risk/potential player who is mostly unknown by many fantasy football players. These players have lots of upside and could surprise with their fantasy output.

We have classified the following players as super sleepers for 2012. We will be updating this list throughout the pre-season.

Name Pos Team Age Yrs
Pos. Rank
David Ausberry TE OAK 26 1 TE - #43
A converted wideout, Ausberry currently projects as a pass-catching complement to Brandon Myers. He could develop into an impressive, if only occasional, receiving threat.

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Robert Housler TE ARI 26 1 TE - #23
We could have an interesting situation going on with the Cardinals historically lackluster tight end position, that is assuming the 2011 third-round pick is ready to make it one. Drafted out of Florida Atlantic, Robert Housler caught 12 passes in 12 games last season and the 6-foot-5 target could find more looks coming his way seeing as aging veteran Todd Heap and ... Read More
Evan Rodriguez TE BUF 25 R Unranked
Rodriguez is a big, rookie tight end and might be just the target Jay Cutler likes. However, Kellen Davis is the starter for now and Rodriguez will have to prove his effectiveness. Look for him to be a super sleeper pick. A Mike Tice run offense will definitely have some tight end plays as Tice is an old TE.

Rodriguez has produced some bright moments this p... Read More

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