Fantasy Football: Breaking Down the Top Dynasty Sleepers of 2014

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Fantasy Football: Breaking Down the Top Dynasty Sleepers of 2014

The beginning of summer brings with it the beginning of fantasy draft season, and the first leagues who generally sit down to draft are ongoing dynasty formats.

In those leagues, of course, the draft-day pool of available talent is much shallower. Some leagues will allow teams to draft any player (rookie or veteran) who isn't on a roster, but in many dynasty leagues only that year's incoming rookies are eligible for the draft.

Given the limited number of players, the pickings get slim quickly, which only magnifies the impact a late-round rookie pick can have on a team's fortunes.

Ask the teams who drafted Washington Redskins running back Alfred Morris late. Or maybe Zac Stacy of the St. Louis Rams. Or Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon.

OK, so don't ask about him. It, um, just don't ask.

With that in mind, here's a look at some players with an average draft position of 25 or later at My Fantasy League who could provide just that kind of late-round value to fantasy owners down the road.

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