Originally posted on The Sports Post  |  Last updated 6/26/13
The following post is sponsored by FanDuel.com  With the NFL season just around the corner, many fans of the NFL are already preparing for their 2013 Fantasy Football Drafts. It seems as though everyone plays in at least one fantasy league these days, so chances are they already know that the key to success is finding a few sleepers in the later rounds. Here is one sleeper to look at for each offensive position. Quarterback – Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins Thanks to so many young, talented quarterbacks in the NFL, Tannehill tends to get overlooked a bit. Now with a re-tooled roster in Miami, Tannehill has a chance to make a big splash in 2013. His numbers last season do not look all that great, but the fact of the matter is that he probably should not have been starting as a rookie. He will be much better in 2013, and he is a sleeper who might actually start for some fantasy teams. Running Back - Justin Forsett, Jacksonville Jaguars The Jacksonville Jaguars look to be heading towards another below .500 season. Things are even looking worse with Maurice Jones-Drew trying to recover from a foot injury. However, fantasy owners look at the injury as an opportunity for Justin Forsett to burst onto the scene. After being the backup for the Houston Texans last season, Forsett should be able to get more opportunities in Jacksonville. If Jones-Drew can’t play consistently, especially in the red zone, Forsett could become a great value pick for many fantasy football 2013 teams. Wide Receiver – Robert Woods, Buffalo Bills It appears as though the Buffalo Bills are ready to go into a complete rebuilding phase, which means Robert Woods could receive quite a bit of playing time right away. E.J. Manuel is the quarterback of the future, so giving him a fellow rookie to throw to seems like a good idea. Buffalo will still be a run-first offense, but as Buffalo’s No. 2 wide receiver, Woods should be more than fine. Tight End – Fred Davis, Washington Redskins Now that Robert Griffin III will be a little bit more stationary, he will have to utilize his tight ends a bit more. That is great news for Fred Davis, who had a solid season last year despite struggling to find the end zone. That will not happen in 2013, and he will return to be a top-10 player at his position.

This article first appeared on The Sports Post and was syndicated with permission.

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