Wide receivers have become a dime a dozen in fantasy football. If you don't own Andre Johnson, Randy Moss, or any of the top tier receivers, then your roster will take a hit.
But if you get lucky on one or two middle round sleepers, they can more than make up for the loss in big named wide-outs.
With some leagues now starting three wide receivers, they are becoming more and more important. Owners can't just take two studs and call it a day. They need to look for the high potential players that can give the team a surprise boost.
Here are some sleeper wide receivers to target in your upcoming fantasy draft.