Often times, fantasy football leagues are won and lost in the draft.
Sure, knowing who to start week-in and week-out and making the necessary personnel moves can play a vital role, but filling your 16 roster spots on draft night takes hours upon hours of research.
Fantasy owners are always looking for an edge over their fellow managers, and that usually means finding a diamond or two in the rough late in the draft.
We've put a bow on the first week of preseason football and fantasy football drafts are almost in full swing. There will be more injuries and shuffling around all the way up to September, but we are starting to get a better idea of the state of the NFL.
Whether it be a snake draft or an auction league, the draft is where it's at. In order to get a one-up in your leagues and prepare for the latter rounds, take a look at the top fantasy sleepers of 2012.
And don't worry—I don't expect you to draft all of them.