Week 6: Super Sleepers
When the only player on your team with more than 10 carries and an average of more than 3 yards per carry is your quarterback, you know your running game is struggling. This is exactly where the Cardinals find themselves coming into this weekend's game against the Bills. Arizona is struggling to run the ball, which in turn is forcing them to air it out. Last week's game against the Rams is a great example of what fantasy owners can expect if the Cardinals run game continues to struggle. With Kolb throwing the ball 50 times, a game fantasy owners needs to start Cardinals receivers. This week we like Andre Roberts to post good numbers against a weak Bills secondary which is allowing nearly 30 fantasy points per week to opposing receivers. If we see another 50 pass attempts from Kolb, there's a good chance Robers could see double digit targets for the second week in a row. As a fantasy owner you have to like your chances when your receiver is getting that many looks a game. If you're looking to fill a bye week gap, look no further than Roberts.
Sure Gresham on a super sleeper list is a bit of a stretch. However, Jermaine is only owned in 75% of fantasy leagues and in those leagues he is being started by fewer than 60% of fantasy owners. Over ther past three weeks Jermaine has 5 receptions in each game for an average of nearly 60 yards. If Gresham can pull in another 5 receptions this weekend against Cleveland, we could see another 60+ yard day. Couple this performance with a touchdown and you have a nice bye week fill in.