*Adjusted for Yahoo’s first major update on September 19th. I do not like the term “sleepers”. I only use it in the title of this guide because the SEO gods demand it. Sleepers is a problematic term because when most hear the word they think of late-round picks that turn into mid-round players and swing their leagues. That is a sleeper, but a sleeper can also be a fifth-round pick that turns out to be a third-round player. You need to be finding value throughout your draft, not just at the end of it. As a general rule, I always try to avoid picking players at their ceilings. That’s not always possible in the early rounds, but that’s a rule […]
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