Which no-name who's excelled in the preseason will have fantasy value at some point this season?
Jonathan Dwyer could be the backup RB in Pittsburgh. And the Steelers should run more with big Ben out for 4-6 games. The former Yellowjacket is a power runner who could easily give Rashard Mendenhall much needed competition. He will be the goal-line vulture with plenty of upside. If you are looking for a deep (no-name) sleeper try either of these WRs: Legedu Naanee (SD) or Brian Hartline (MIA). Both are behind a bigger name WR but should see plenty of action.
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Sam Hendricks is the author of Fantasy Football Guidebook, Fantasy Football Tips, Fantasy Football Basics and Fantasy Football Almanac 2010, all available at his website, http://www.ffguidebook.com/, at all major bookstores, and at http://www.amazon.com/. He is a 20-year fantasy football veteran who regularly participates in the World Championship of Fantasy Football (WCOFF), National Fantasy Football Championship (NFFC) and finished 7th and 16th overall (out of 228 top players) in the 2008 and 2009 Fantasy Football Players Championship (FFPC).
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