Aug 27, 2010
With the level of attrition at the running back position, fantasy football owners who unearth a sleeper or two on draft day can have a decided advantage over the course of the season. The following players make our 2010 Fantasy Football Sleeper Running Backs list.
LeSean McCoy, RB, Philadelphia Eagles – The offseason departure of Brian Westbrook opens the door for McCoy to become the Eagles’ primary ball carrier. As a rookie in 2009, he set an Eagles’ rookie record of 637 rushing yards along with 40 receptions for 308 yards. His touchdown total (four) was a little lackluster; however it stands to rise with a full workload in 2010. McCoy’s fantasy football value is good in standard leagues, yet receives a bump in Points Per Reception (PPR) leagues. He is currently ranked 10th in our running back cheat sheet for PPR leagues.
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