Seven Fantasy Football Sleepers For 2010

Football Maniaxs@@FantasymaniaxsSenior Writer IAugust 26, 2010

Seven Fantasy Football players that can overachieve in 2010: an often overlooked running back, a primed- to-explode one and another who could fly under the radar top this list.

A quarterback and a tight end from the same team will be reliable fantasy starters thanks to a decent SOS (strength of schedule), along with a wide receiver that could have another good season left.

And, finally, a free faller who could be a reliable keeper for patient owners and a waiver wire gem for the intolerant ones.

Ryan Grant (RB-Packers): reliable starter/overachiever

Probably the most underrated and consistent running back in fantasy football, Grant has quietly stringed two consecutive 1200-yard seasons together since becoming the uncontested starter in Green Bay, while flirting with another 1000-yard campaign (956) his rookie season starting in only seven games. Grant, who just comes off a career-high 11 TDs in '09, has virtually no competition for carries in Green Bay...

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