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Postby moochman » Thu Aug 14, 2003 1:35 am

TE is not a position that is emphasized in Buffalo, so I have serious doubts that Campbell will perform. A possible TE sleeper may be Mikhael Ricks He could play an important role in the Leos O. He even is working on his blocking so he can earn more playing time. Has great hands, for a TE, should improve on last years numbers. Or the Lions O could suck again and he’ll do nothing! Golden rule of success: Never bet the Lions!
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Postby dgroundhog_ffc » Thu Aug 14, 2003 2:16 am

Teyo Johnson is a good sleeper. I don't think he passes Jolley up in value, but the Raiders are very impressed with the rook, and I'm sure will find ways to use him.

I knock Jolley down a tad because of Johnson's impression at Raider camp.
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Postby Danz » Thu Aug 14, 2003 8:33 am

LuckyStrike wrote:I think Daniel Graham is a good sleeper. This guy has a lot of upside.


I agree
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Postby brdmaverick » Thu Aug 14, 2003 4:31 pm

Danz wrote:
LuckyStrike wrote:I think Daniel Graham is a good sleeper. This guy has a lot of upside.


I agree



ya, there is a reason why he was a first round draft pick last year. He was hampered by injuries for most of the season, but I would look for him to be New England's starting tight end.

Unfortunately, I don't see him as being a good fantasy option.

Brady doesn't utilize his tight ends much. In his first year, he all but ignored Wiggins (but who wouldn't), and the trio of Fauria, Graham, and Cleeland were fantasy duds last year. Fauria did have a presence in the red zone though.
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Postby Enoch » Thu Aug 14, 2003 5:06 pm

Danz wrote:
LuckyStrike wrote:I think Daniel Graham is a good sleeper. This guy has a lot of upside.


I agree


I also agree
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Postby terpfan » Thu Aug 14, 2003 7:16 pm

Enoch wrote:
Danz wrote:
LuckyStrike wrote:I think Daniel Graham is a good sleeper. This guy has a lot of upside.


I agree


I also agree

hey lemme get in this... i agree! :-)
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Postby kcman11 » Thu Aug 14, 2003 8:24 pm

terpfan wrote:
Enoch wrote:
Danz wrote:
LuckyStrike wrote:I think Daniel Graham is a good sleeper. This guy has a lot of upside.


I agree


I also agree

hey lemme get in this... i agree! :-)


Hey, what about ME?! I think Graham will do very well, maybe not next year, but in a couple of years especially. He has really impressed coaches in Patriots camp this summer and has become an even better blocker, or so they say. I remember seeing him in a game when he played for Colorado a couple of years ago: he delivered one of the hardest hits I've ever seen administered by ANYONE (even harder than that cheap shot Warren Sapp had last year). Jerramy Stevens, however, could be a bigger sleeper this year, especially if Itula Mili's current injury situation doesn't heal by the start of the season because I guarantee that, if Mili isn't back by Week 3, he won't have the starting job in Seattle anymore.
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