The season is a week away! Crazy, huh? While you wait patiently, enjoy some super deep fantasy football sleepers for the upcoming year.
Terrelle Pryor, Oakland Raiders: Carson Palmer is old and erratic. Once the playoffs are out of reach, why not see what you have in the athletic youngster?
Nick Foles, Philadelphia Eagles: Michael Vick is a strong gust of wind away from Injured Reserve at all times. Ironically, he reminds me of one of those constantly shaking little dogs. You can't tell if it's afraid or cold. Anyway, Foles has all of the tools necessary to run a loaded West Coast offense.
Steve Slaton, Miami Dolphins: Reggie Bush. Is that enough reason? Injuries will put Slaton on the field, at some point.
Anthony Allen, Baltimore Ravens: Bernard Pierce is not Ray Rice's backup and shouldn't be his handcuff.
Delone Carter, Indianapolis Colts: Touchdown-heavy leagues is where his value is at. Goal line vulture.
D.J. Ware, New York Giants: Ahmad Bradshaw is always hurt, and David Wilson can't do it himself.
Alfred Morris, Washington Redskins: Why not take a shot at the least likely back to start, circa start of the preseason?
Derek Hagan, Buffalo Bills: Has shown flashes every where he has played but is an injury risk. Probably digging too deep here. I like Marcus Easley a lot, as well.
Tandon Doss, Baltimore Ravens: Size, hands, route-running skills - He's Anquan Boldin, and he's Boldin's primary backup, which means playing time is in the cards.
Brandon Tate, Cincinnati Bengals: Quietly having a solid offseason and will see plenty of single coverage.
Keshawn Martin, Houston Texans: Rookie standing out in camp and plays behind the always-durable Andre Johnson.
Juron Criner, Oakland Raiders: Another rookie standing on his head. Do you really buy into Darrius Heyward-Bey?
Dwayne Harris, Dallas Cowboys: If he doesn't win the No. 3 job in Dallas, heads need to roll. Kevin Ogletree has the attention span of a goldfish.
Garrett Graham, Houston Texans: A surprise in camp and has a chance to see the field with Owen Daniels' brittle body in front of him.
Evan Rodriguez, Chicago Bears: Surprising youngster behind the shrine-worthy Kellen Davis. Don't forget Rodriguez's name.
Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns: Cameron will catch 40 balls and have a strong year with a rookie QB throwing his way. Evan Moore and Benjamin Watson have a hard time staying on the field.