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Topic: 2007 Sleepers
Jim_5044
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Post Date: 07/16/07 08:34
Back for another year guys. Love the enhancements.
I just wanted to get some feedback on some of my deep sleepers to really surprise in 2007. I'm doing just one at each position.
QB, Ben Roethlisberger. Providing he stays off motorcycles and has no second appendix to remove, Big Ben is primed to bounce back in a new offense that will allow him to open things up more.
RB, Tatum Bell. I don't know about Kevin Jones coming back and staying healthy. Bell is built a lot like Marshall Faulk and if Jones can't come back, he will explode.
WR, Drew Carter. Jarrett's overrated and with Keyshawn gone, Carter gets to step up and show off that he's ready to start opposite Steve Smith and give the Panthers 2 big playmakers at WR.
TE, Leonard Pope. Whisenhunt knows how to get TE's involved in his offense and since the Cardinals have no one who will really push him for the starting job, Pope gets to benefit from the other weapons on offense plus the new, more TE-friendly, system.
K, Mike Nugent. No one thought Josh Scobee was going to do as well he did last season. Nugent's not even being drafted in a lot of mocks so the last round is where to get him.
D, Green Bay. 6 games against division opponents is the thinking here. The Vikings offense sucks. Detroit turns the ball over at least twice per game and there's always sacks to be had. The Bears rely on really good, or really bad Grossman. I think the bad is more the real Rex.
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 Niner Flower Power_6
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Post Date: 07/16/07 10:15
Jim- welcome back like some of those picks especially G. Bay Defense. Pope at TE.. He will have a tough go because he's got to block in R. Grimm's OL scheme. Bell is a worthy sleeper. As far as Big Ben.... I am not as optimistic. Good luck this season~
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Jim_5044
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Post Date: 07/16/07 21:35
Thanks! But who are some of your sleepers at each position?
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 James The Mod_4852
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Post Date: 07/17/07 16:53
Travis Henry will have a huge year for the Broncos. The system is perfect for him in Denver.

Vernon Davis will be big at tight end because D Jackson will be double covered if he plays through his knee problems.

Steve McNair should have a better year with the addition of Willis M..... at running back.

I like John Kitna alot this year. He has avery complicated offensive system to run and it will be his second season to run it.

James
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Steve_6887
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Post Date: 07/17/07 18:40
dont know if he would count as a sleeper but he has a low adp..thomas jones-good team and he will be playing with a huge chip on his shoulders.
devry henderson wr saints- look at his # last year in a non starting/ occational start role now put that together over the whole season.
would go with eric johnson at te new team with the same qb who loved him some gates and in 04 he went 82/825 so he can play.
grossman at qb-in what will be his second full year he cuts the picks in half the way i look at it is you cant coach talent and all those games that put him in the top 15 fantasy qbs wasn't by chance but you can improve bad decision making throught coaching and film.
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 Russ Bliss_108
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Post Date: 07/20/07 09:35
QB: Jake Delhomme. A lot of people forget that Delhomme was a top 10 fantasy QB until last year's struggles. He'll bounce back.

RB: Brandon Jackson. I don't trust Vernand Morency and while I have questions about Jackson, you have to love the guy's attitude and desire.

WR: D.J. Hackett. I'm buying the hype on him based on last year's performance. Seahawks need a WR to step up and I think it's more likely to be DJH.

TE: Dan Graham was never allowed to be the TE in New England that he was in college as he was always staying in to block. If he can get more passes thrown his way, he'll surprise many.

K: Jason Hanson. The Lions offense will move the football and with over half his games played in a dome, he's a solid choice for 120+ points.

D: Kansas City. Edwards knows Defenses and he has some solid talent there. Also I really like two games against the Raiders, and 2 games against second year QB Jay Cutler. Sit KC those weeks against the Chargers though.
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