In our annual 32-part Summer Sleeper series, DLF scribes identify a lightly-touted player on each NFL roster who may be worthy of your consideration. Our subjects all have varying levels of “sleeperness,” but each merits a bit of in-depth discussion here in the Premium Content section. To help everybody along, we are going to be categorizing our sleepers under one of three headings: Super Deep Sleepers – Players who aren’t roster-worthy in 12-team leagues, but are still worth keeping an eye on. Deep Sleepers – An end of the roster player who is more often than not on the waiver wire in 12-team leagues. Sleeper – A likely rostered player who makes for a good trade target. Their startup ADP puts them out of the top-175 or so. Because we aren’t going to give you the likes of mainstream sleepers, most of these players will undoubtedly fizzle. All we are asking is for you to keep an open mind and perhaps be willing to make room for one of these players on your bench. You never know when the next Adam Thielen is going to spring up. Feel free to add your own thoughts about our choice for the designated sleeper, or nominate one of your own in the comments below. Divisional rivals of the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs need to score points. This off-season, both the Denver Broncos and Las Vegas Raiders used prime draft capital to upgrade their offensive skill talent. It is a new-look receiving corps bubbling with youth and talent for quarterback Derek Carr and head coach Jon Gruden. Tight end Darren Waller led the 2019 Raiders in targets (117) but did you know...
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