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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
Exp.
Pos. Rank
Blaine Gabbert QB SF 24 1 QB - #30
Gabbert was not very good at all during his rookie season; we are willing to blame some of that on the lack of playmakers at the receiver position. The Jaguars added two pieces that should help Gabbert -- rookie Justin Blackmon and free agent Laurent Robinson. While I think Gabbert should improve with those new weapons, I'm not sold on him and believe there are ple... Read More

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