Here are five players to consider later in your drafts this year; catch em' while they are sleeping and build a solid bench.
1. Mike Williams
It's not too much of a mystery any longer, but Mike Williams should be set as a starting wideout in Tampa. Tampa is going to be playing from behind in many games and will need to toss the rock.
Mike Williams should be a garbage time superstar in 2010. I am expecting solid numbers from this later round target: 700+ yards and four or more TDs is not out of the question.
2. Roy Williams
By now you may know that I am targeting Roy Williams late in drafts as he is starting on a strong offense. The situation he is in right now is bolstering his upside and it's really not out of the question to see 750+ yards and six or more TDs this season.
3. Chad Henne
Brandon Marshall and Henne should hook up frequently, and I am confident that two QB leagues and owners looking for a strong backup potential starter should consider Henne.
He is not a name brand QB but put him on your sleeper list this year.
4. Ahmad Bradshaw
This secret is not much of a secret any longer; he will be splitting carries with Jacobs in 2010, and Bradshaw is the RB to own. He will make a very solid bye week filler and injury spot starter in 2010. Don't be shocked to see 800+ combo yards and five or more TDs in 2010.
5. Arian Foster
Kubiak is sticking with this kid, and he is going super late in drafts for being a starter in 2010.
Can he remain the starter the entire season? Who knows, but to land a starting RB with the potential upside is something you have to take into account when drafting in 2010.
Take a flier on Foster.
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