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Fantasy Football – Sleepers

1. Chad Henne – QB Miami Dolphins –  He is the future of this organization.  And put up solid numbers in his rookie season with mediocre talent around him.  2010 opens with arguably the best WR Target in league, Brandon Marshall.  This gives Henne a top flight receiver, and upgrades the rest of the weapons around him.

2. Michael Bush – RB Oakland Raiders – With no feature back to compete for the job, Bush has the size and speed to become that guy in Oakland. He was top 15 last season in yards per carry.  If his knees hold up from surgery 2+ years ago, there will be no better value in a late round than Mr. Bush.

3. Justin Forsett – RB Seattle Seahawks – The second half of the 09 season saw Forsett take control of the RB duties in Seattle and by the looks of training camp in 2010, he doesn’t seem ready to let go.  He finished 4th in the league last season at 5.43 yards per carry.  A shifty and speed back with explosive power, a late round pick up could add great value to your lineup.

4. Dez Bryant – WR Dallas Cowboys – There was no better talent at WR in this years draft than Dez.  His size and speed make him a huge threat on a team already loaded with receiving weapons.  If he gives half the effort most scouts project his fantasy numbers will be a huge value for as a late round selection.

5. Terrell Owens – WR Cincinnati Bengals – Most people will stay away from this pick.  But if you want a serious down field threat with great speed (for his age) and the ability to still separate from defensive backs, then take a late flyer on T.O.  His 98 yard TD last season with Buffalo was the longest for a WR in 2009.  With Ocho, Bryant, Gresham and Palmer slinging the ball T.O. could put him admirable numbers.

Feed us your thoughts these 5 guys, or others you think could have a breakthrough season.

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