Fantasy Football 2012: Building Ultimate Sleeper Starting Offense

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Fantasy Football 2012: Building Ultimate Sleeper Starting Offense
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It's far from guaranteed that last year's fantasy football studs will be in top form again in 2012.

After all, just check out last year's projected Top 20 running backs on ESPN.com and see how they wound up at season's end.

It's more than likely that a bunch of sleepers will top the list at every position rather than what the experts predict. I'm not sure if there is a such thing as fantasy football experts, but that's beside the point.

Superstars will obviously be off the board early, but the effects of blowing a couple of high picks can be felt for the entire season.

That is, unless the rest of your draft results in solid sleeper pick-ups.

Here is an entire starting lineup that can likely be found outside of the first two rounds, depending on your league's size and style, of course.

For argument's sake, I'll use one quarterback, three backs, three receivers, and one tight end, defense/special teams, and kicker. The extra running back accounts for the "flex" position.

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