The All-NFL Fantasy Football Sleeper Team Heading into 2014

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The All-NFL Fantasy Football Sleeper Team Heading into 2014
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In fantasy football, the name of the game is value.

OK, the name of the game is winning, but in order to do that it's essential that fantasy owners get value with their draft picks.

It's why everyone is always touting the latest "sleeper," which is just a two-dollar way of saying that a player is undervalued in fantasy drafts.

Well, in that regard, we've got you covered in advance of the busiest fantasy draft weekend of the year.

Here's an entire starting fantasy lineup (1 QB, 2 RB, 3 WR, 1 TE, 1 K, 1 D/ST and a "Flex" player) who all have one thing in common: They're going later in drafts than they should.

For the purpose of this exercise, we'll be using the average draft position data at My Fantasy League for drafts since Aug. 1.

In order to qualify for our "All Sleeper Team," a player has to have an ADP one slot lower than where he'll start for this squad.

In other words, the WR1 has to have an average draft position that places him in WR2 territory, and so on.

Now that the rules are out of the way, let's begin the introductions.

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