Fantasy Football 2012: 5 Wide Receiver Sleepers to Get in the Later Rounds

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Fantasy Football 2012: 5 Wide Receiver Sleepers to Get in the Later Rounds
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Fantasy football leagues aren't won in the first few rounds. Anyone with a rankings list can make a pretty good first three or four picks. Once you get into the later rounds, however, that's where championships are won. 

Personally, I think that wide receiver is the deepest position by far. There are a lot of question marks at running back, and the NFL is more of a passing league every season.

Teams integrate more and more players into their offenses, relying less on one individual receiver. There are a few true number one's left, like Calvin Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald, but most teams have at least three viable options.

Here are a few receivers that should be available after the tenth round and could provide a big boost to your roster.  

All Average Draft Position (ADP) stats taken from Fantasy Football Calculator. ADP accurate as of Tuesday, August 14th.

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