Found October 23, 2012 on Kramerica Sports:
Hopefully you listened to most our sleeper picks last week, and ignored the Kendall Wright advice. Yea, he was a big disappointment despite a great match up as he only had 3 catches for 19 yards. Hopefully all the sleepers will exceed expectations this week! This week there are 4 teams on bye, Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincinnati and Houston. That along with the fact that many big name players are injured, leaves owners needing a spot start. This is where sleepers will come in handy! Quarterback Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams. Bradford has been anything but a safe fantasy play this season. He is likely on the waiver wire in your league and a perfect bye week replacement candidate. He has shown flashes of brilliance this season, mainly weeks 2 and 6. Where he topped 23 fantasy points in standard leagues each week. This week he verses the Patriots who have allowed a league leading 16 touchdowns through the air. The Rams D should keep them within range and the Pats have only allowed 3 rushing ...
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