As we approach week two now, fantasy football is in full swing. We have seen some injuries already that may have put several fantasy teams at risk. So, each week I will come out with 10 fantasy football sleepers who have solid match-ups that you may not be thinking about starting or even owning. Let's get to it.
The Atlanta Falcons were in the market for a wide receiver when the league’s new year started on Wednesday to compliment the great Julio Jones. The search for Roddy White’s hopeful replacement didn’t take long as the team quickly signed Mohamed Sanu to a five-year deal worth $32.5 million.
The days of running backs dominating the fantasy landscape are long gone. These days, it’s an impressive group of young wide receivers that seem to be carrying their fantasy squads to new scoring heights. With their numbers on the rise, wideouts are now becoming more and more valuable in drafts and free agency.
FOX Sports’ Alex Marvez reports there’s “virtually no chance” the Cincinnati Bengals re-sign free agent Mohamed Sanu and are expecting to let him walk. The 26 year old third round pick has spent four seasons with the Bengals never topping more than 800 yards. Sanu also couldn’t find the endzone in the passing game last season which hurt […]
The third-year wide receiver breakout theory has been around in fantasy football circles for as long as I can remember. The logic is sound enough, as rookie receivers over the years have not typically been asked to step into a starting role