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Fantasy Football: All-Sleeper Team

Fantasy football is the topic of the day again on TimLewisSports.com.

If you missed it yesterday, I revealed my list of the top 125 fantasy football players in 2010. You might want to take a look at that before you read on today. It’s not required reading, but it might give you a better foundation as we move forward.

I know that I promised the All-Sleeper and All-Bust teams today, but I’m going to spread this out a little bit. You get the All-Sleeper team today and the All-Bust team tomorrow. I don’t want to bore you with too much analysis.

Speaking of boring you, that’s enough rambling. Let’s get to it:

2010 All-Sleeper Team

QB — Joe Flacco, Baltimore
RB — Chris Wells, Arizona
RB — Jerome Harrison, Cleveland
WR — Malcolm Floyd, San Diego
WR — Mike Wallace, Pittsburgh
TE — Jermichael Finley, Green Bay
DEF/ST — New York Giants

I was really close to pulling the trigger on Miami’s Chad Henne as my sleeper quarterback, but I couldn’t resist giving the nod to Joe Flacco. Baltimore’s offense caught up with the defense last year, and it looks to take another step in 2010. The additions of Anquan Boldin and Donte Stallworth at wide receiver help an already strong receiving corp. Obviously, running back Ray Rice will help open things up as well. I think you need to watch out for the Ravens in 2010. 

Let’s face it…Matt Leinart sucks. That means Chris Wells is going to be the key to Arizona’s offensive attack (aside from Larry Fitzgerald…if he can get the ball). The bruiser ran for nearly 600 yards and six touchdowns in the last eight weeks of the 2009 season (in a pass happy attack), and added a 91 yard game against Green Bay in the playoffs. I only expect those numbers to grow (big time) this year. 

People have always doubted Jerome Harrison. Anyone who knows me probably thinks this is a homer pick. I’m a huge Washington State fan, and Harrison starred for the Cougars from 2004-to-2006. He was considered a third-down back when he first came to WSU, but proved everyone wrong by becoming an All-American (running for 1,900 yards) his senior season. He’s always shown signs of potential in the NFL, but he never got a real chance to play until now. He has Montario Hardesty breathing down his neck, but I fully expect Harrison to be the top running back in Cleveland all season.  

If Vincent Jackson isn’t traded, he’ll still be suspended for the first few weeks of the season for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. Either way, that opens the door for Malcolm Floyd. The Wyoming product (yes, Wyoming) had the best season of his career last year (making nine catches for 140 yards in the final week of the regular season). There are several questions about the Chargers offense, but I think Floyd will be one of the answers.

I really like Pittsburgh’s Mike Wallace, but I don’t like him as much when I think about Ben Roethlisberger’s suspension. The thought of Byron Leftwich or Dennis Dixon leading the Steelers’ charge should scare every fantasy football owner. With that said, I wouldn’t be surprised if Wallace leads Pittsburgh in receiving by the end of the season. You just need to practice a little patience.

Green Bay’s Jermichael Finley is a popular sleeper pick this season and I have to agree. He was the top scoring tight end over the last five weeks of the regular season last year and added a 159 yard performance against Arizona in the playoffs. At just 23-years-old, I think Finley will jump into the same tier as Dallas Clark and Antonio Gates (maybe even past them). That’s a bold statement, but I firmly believe it.

I’m sure some of you are looking at my All-Sleeper team and asking, “The New York Giants defense? Is this guy nuts?” The answer is yes, but not because I picked the Giants’ defense as my sleeper. If New York can stay healthy (they were obliterated by injuries last season), they’ll be a top ten fantasy defense. Antrel Rolle will help in the defensive backfield, while new defensive coordinator Perry Fewell brings a more aggressive approach. This defense has “rebound” written all over it.

The football season is crazy. Who would have ever thought Miles Austin would become a superstar? Had you ever heard of Mike Sims-Walker before he broke out last year? I hope my All-Sleeper team gives you an idea of the guys who can make the same jump in 2010.

I would really like to hear from you. Love or hate my All-Sleeper team, I want to know your opinions. Leave a comment below, find me on Twitter @lewissports, connect with me on Facebook, or email me at tim@timlewissports.com.

Stay tuned for the All-Bust team tomorrow!

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