hander99 wrote:Sure we can all list names of people that have an outside chance of doing something, but this list is full of big impact players you can get for cheap so maybe deep sleepers might be a stretch but it is definetly sleepers. Just because you go into a draft picking up a guy like davis and it turns out he gets the starting nod, thats great, but the likely hood of that happening is pretty slim.
I thought a sleeper was someone who had an outside chance of doing something. It seems that for the most part, you lived by that with your selections (aside from at RB - I've seen all of 'em ranked in the top 25 in some rankings). I don't think that mid-round selections are necessarily "sleepers". Sleepers, IMO, are guys people would be shocked to see good fantasy production out of.
Last year, I drafted Steve Smith and Santana Moss in the later rounds of my draft hoping one of them would turn out to be a solid #3 WR on my team and was laughed at - but they were my sleepers, so I didn't care. Luckily, I held on to 'em and they turned out being weekly contributers to my fantasy squad - that's a sleeper, methinks.