I've got 3 deep sleepers from the NFC East:
1. Brandon Lloyd- probably has been totally forgotten about by your leaguemates, but I think Lloyd has a solid chance to return to the respectable option he was in 2005. He added a ton of muscle in the offseason and will have an opportunity to win the #2 job back from ARE considering El's involvement in special teams. I think 800, 6 could be within reach.
2. Patrick Crayton- every year I think it's time for Glenn to break down, but so far he's stayed strong. Nursing an injury now in preseason, this may finally be the year for Crayton to step up to being a reliable WR3. If Glenn misses time, he will be a very good option. He also has great chemistry with Romo.
3. Steve Smith (NYG)- has been tearing it up in camp with some very impressive TD catches. He was a go to guy at USC which is a pretty sophisticated offense. With Toomer's health concerns/age, and Sinorice's lack of size, I could see Smith as a dark horse.