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NFL Fantasy Football

We have gone through each of the 32 NFL teams with a mission to find a sleeper that could benefit your team. Hopefully, this guide will help you pick the best underrated player to bring your fantasy football team to a higher level. Keep reading to find out more!

The Arizona Cardinals are a talented team with plenty of potential, so it will be challenging to find a discount on any player, especially Andy Isabella — one of the most eye-catching players in the team. In the same manner, Atlanta Falcons might win the jackpot with Hayden Hurst and his current ADP being 121 overall. On the other hand, the Baltimore Ravens lack sleepers. We might want you to pay attention to Miles Boykin, especially if Marquise Brown is unable to stay on the field.

Next are the Buffalo Bills, as they drafted Zack Moss in a similar way to Devin Singletary the previous year, with the possibility of Moss’s track record to be better than Singletary’s. The Carolina Panthers are coming up with a surprise — a complete rebuild of their defence and Robby Anderson as a surprise draft. Similarly, the Chicago Bears need to change their offence from last year, as it has proven to be bad. They might be able to accomplish that with Anthony Miller on their side.

The Cincinnati Bengals would be able to do great work with John Ross if all attention was not focused on AJ Green this season. Donovan Peoples-Jones is one of the most gifted wide receivers in the NFL, so he might bring a lot to the Cleveland Browns if he focuses on the game. The Dallas Cowboys might have two potential sleepers to get more attention this year — Tony Pollard and Blake Jarwin, so watch out for them. 

The Denver Broncos’ KJ Hamler is usually overlooked because of other skilled players, but he might be the one to watch. TJ Hockenson played only 12 games for Detroit Lions, but his score ranked him in the top 12 as a rookie. We expect to see him in the top ten as he is a more experienced player now. Marquez Valdes-Scantling could excel for the Green Bay Packers because he produced 1.97 fantasy points per target in the slot.

Duke Johnson can turn out to be a great late steal, as he’s had an incredible four years with the Houston Texans. In the same manner, Parris Campbell could turn out to be the Colts’ pride and joy after being drafted in last year’s second round. Dede Westbrook is one of the 30 receivers who saw 100-plus targets last year, so he could prove to be useful for Jacksonville Jaguars.

Sammy Watkins isn’t the Kansas City Chiefs’ strongest attribute, but his current ADP of 138 could make him the team’s top sleeper. When talking about the Las Vegas Raiders, we need to mention Henry Ruggs. Ruggs might not be a significant threat, but he’s reliable. The LA Chargers and the LA Rams have one more thing in common except their city name — a strong player. Justin Jackson and Van Jefferson have proven to be valuable players for each of their teams, so we expect much more from both of them.

Preston Williams has proved he’s needed in the Miami Dolphins even as a rookie. Now, with more experience, he could be an even better wide receiver. Another rookie, Justin Jefferson, will fill in for Stefon Diggs in the Minnesota Vikings this season. The New England Patriots might just surprise all of you with Damien Harris. Although he might not be the top sleeper in the team, he could be the starting running back in 2020.

Unfortunately, the New Orleans Saints don’t have a lot to offer right now, except for maybe Ty Montgomery. We’ll have to wait and see. The New York Giants have a different problem, with Daniel Jones on the crossroads. It can go either way with Jones; he could be one of the top drafts or not drafted at all. Another team from New York, the Jets, won’t have any issues drafting Jamison Crowder, as he’s the team’s potential breakout star.

The Philadelphia Eagles could surprise us with either Jalen Reagor or Boston Scott, so keep an eye on that. Anthony McFarland was drafted in the fourth round for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and it seems that they have a unique plan for him in the team. The San Francisco 49ers will use Jalen Hurd on Deebo Samuel’s position after a third-round pick last year. If you’re thinking about the Seattle Seahawks, go for Will Dissly, as there’s not much draft choice.

Although OJ Howard disappointed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last year, he’s still a fantastic player who can do much better in 2020. Howard could easily prove to be relevant to the fantasy this year. Jonnu Smith and Corey Davis are two of the best sleepers the Tennessee Titans have, with Smith being one of the best in the league. Finally, Washington doesn’t offer a lot of high sleepers, but Antonio Gibson is versatile and fabulous in the offence. There’s a lot of potential there.

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