Second-year wideout Donté Stallworth is one of fantasy's top sleepers because of his big-play ability. Although he was only the 39th highest-scoring fantasy receiver last year, Stallworth gave a glimpse of his potential when he made his first career start in Week 16. He had season bests with six catches, 111 yards and a 57-yard touchdown against Cincy. Stallworth, with his combo of size (6-foot and 197 pounds) and speed (4.18 in 40), has the physical skills to be a No. 1 wideout. However, he struggled with hamstring injuries in training camp and during the season, and finished with just 594 receiving yards. Despite the injury issues, his eight touchdowns (on only 42 catches) was tied for the NFL's sixth-highest total, placing him ahead of even Randy Moss (7). Given good health, Stallworth will reward owners who take him as their No. 3 wideout with Sundays similar to Week 16.
-- Roger Rotter, ESPN.com fantasy editor