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2019 Fantasy Football: Biggest Sleepers at Every Position

Buffalo Bills
the Buffalo Bills
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Kansas City Chiefs
the Kansas City Chiefs
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Washington Redskins
the Washington Redskins
the Dallas Cowboys
the Jacksonville Jaguars
Pittsburgh Steelers
the Pittsburgh Steelers
New York Giants
the Cincinnati Bengals
the New Orleans Saints
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Matt Camp
Lamar Jackson
Baltimore Ravens
Marquise Brown
Josh Allen
Dak Prescott
Derek Carr
Antonio Brown
Tyrell Williams
Josh Jacobs
Darwin Thompson
Carlos Hyde
Kareem Hunt
Adrian Peterson
9.08)Derrius Guice
LeGarrette Blount
Latavius Murray
Tony Pollard
Ezekiel Elliott
Dede Westbrook
Nick Foles
John DeFilippo
Adam Thielen
Stefon Diggs
Donte Moncrief
James Washington
Ben Roethlisberger
JuJu Smith-Schuster
Allen Hurns
Mark Andrews
George Kittle
Jack Doyle
Jordan Reed
Alex Smith
Dwayne Haskins
Tyler Eifert
Robbie Gould
Jimmy Garoppolo
Aldrick Rosas
Randy Bullock
A.J. Green
Marcus Davenport
Frank Clark
Tyrann Mathieu
Tyreek Hill
Daron Payne
Jonathan Allen
Ryan Kerrigan
Montez Sweat
Landon Collins


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Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills finished just outside of the top 20 at his position last year, scoring 18-plus points in five of his final six games. A year ago, Peterson showed up as a late arrival in Washington and finished 16th in scoring at his position on 1,042 yards and seven scores. Williams still averages north of 16 yards per catch, so he's bound to make the most of his chances in a better-looking situation and exceed his ADP range.Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens (12.05)Mark Andrews put up a top-16 season for the Baltimore Ravens last year, but by most accounts, it was a disappointment since he didn't score. This ADP range last year produced George Kittle (second in scoring) and Jack Doyle (36th), but it's hard not to like the upside. Tyler Eifert drummed up seven or more points in two of his four showings last year before suffering a season-ending setback, and there's reason to believe that with a new Cincinnati Bengals coaching staff with an offensive slant, he could get back to being the guy who scored 13 times in 2015. An already great pass rush (46 sacks last year) led by Ryan Kerrigan gets a first-round addition in the form of Montez Sweat, and the safety spot is massively upgraded with free agent Landon Collins.ADP info courtesy of Fantasy Football Calculator 12-team standard non-PPR leagues.

As said here by Chris Roling