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As the NFL season is only a mere 28 days from opening kickoff, we take a look at a fantasy football sleeper from all 32 teams.

 

AFC North

Steelers – James Washington

College 2017: 74 rec – 1,549 receiving yards – 13 TDs

Martavis Bryant out, James Washington in. James gets to be a part of one of the most dynamic offenses in the league. When you have JuJu, Le’Veon and AB, you are going to have a lot of chances for the ball to be coming your way and you won’t be covered by the team’s best defenders.

 

Bengals – John Ross

2017: 1 rushing att – 12 yards

Ross didn’t really get a chance to do much of anything last season. He was injured and found himself in the doghouse early on. Now with a full offseason under his belt and the potential to be the second target behind AJ Green, look for Ross to breakout.

 

Browns – Tyrod Taylor

2017: 2,799 passing yards – 14 TDs– 4 INTs

Taylor has never been one to stuff the stat sheets, but he has never had the weapons he now has in Cleveland. Being a mobile quarterback is always a plus as well.

 

Ravens – John Brown

2017: 21 rec – 299 receiving yards – 3 TDs

Three years removed from a 1,000-yard, 7 touchdown season, Brown finds himself in a new home with a new quarterback. If Brown can stay on the field, he will contribute this season.

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  1. Pingback: Tyrod Taylor, Baker Mayfield Impress in Browns Debut

  2. Jamie

    August 10, 2018 at 10:51 AM

    Great pointers in this article! Two thumbs up!

  3. STEVE BRINSON

    August 10, 2018 at 4:01 PM

    I LIKE THIS GUY NICK P. I THINK HE HAS A BRIGHT FUTURE WITH GIVING US HIS UPSIDE OF HOW HE SEE FOOTBALL THIS YEAR IN THE LEAGUE. KEEP ON DOING A GREAT JOB, BUT REMIND YOU THE LIONS WILL BE A CONTENDER THIS YEAR.

    STEVE B

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