Fantasy Football 2012: Why Jay Cutler Is the Ultimate Late-Round Sleeper

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Fantasy Football 2012: Why Jay Cutler Is the Ultimate Late-Round Sleeper
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For the upcoming 2012 fantasy season, it's more true than ever that leagues will be won in the late rounds.

Fantasy owners tend to excessively research and stress over the first couple rounds of the draft. Yet, in reality, is drafting LeSean McCoy over Ray Rice really going to make or break a fantasy season?

Will drafting Roddy White over Greg Jennings, Victor Cruz and Julio Jones single-handedly win your fantasy championship?

These picks are almost trivial because these players present similar value. Leagues are won through sleepers, and this season, the sleepers are plentiful. 

Adding a fantasy stud in the late rounds is the best way to win your league. But, who is this season's ultimate sleeper?

Change is brewing in Chicago, and Jay Cutler is this year's ultimate fantasy sleeper for these five reasons.

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