Now that the tight end position is similar to playing wide receiver, it has become important to find diamonds in the rough early on before a fantasy draft. People are always looking for fantasy football sleepers, and the tight end position should have a few. Here is a look at 3 potential candidates to take that next step.
Congratulations everyone! I present to you the one set of 2010 rankings that won't be of use to anyone in 2010. However, even through the draft, free agency, and the potential for a lockout could change everything (not to mention ruin fall work downtime across the nation) they still present a useful picture of what the fantasy football world looks like to end the season.
Our fantasy football rankings here at The Best Sports Blog tend to be a bit different than those you might find in other places. As you will notice, we tend to rank players in related tiers based on positional value and individual value. For example, the top four wide receivers-Andre Johnson, Calvin Johnson, Roddy White, and Larry Fitzgerald-should all be mid second round picks next season but they share the same relative value. Therefore, they are ranked right next to one another.
So, let's take a look at The Best Sports Blog's inaugural Year End Top 50 Rankings:
Thanks to wikipedia.org for Adrian Peterson's photo.
Peyton Manning On the field Super Bowl week for team photo at 2010. Thanks to IAN RANSLEY at flickr.com for this photo.
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