NFL Pool: The Best Potential 'Sleepers'

NFL Pool: The Best Potential ‘Sleepers’

With the drafts fast approaching in the NFL football pools, the QMI Agency offers you some tips for winning your auction. Today: the “sleepers”.

It’s hard not to be successful in fantasy football without making one or two late picks that pay off big time.

Here is one player by offensive position who could make a major difference in your pool:

– Trey Lance, quarterback

The 22-year-old will be the first-time starter for the San Francisco 49ers.

Last year, in the three games where he participated in more than 50% of his team’s offensive plays, he finished in the top 13 among quarterbacks in terms of points collected in pools.

Lance will play with a lot of talented attacking players and is excellent at running the ball, a very important part of fantasy.

– Travis Etienne, running back

Selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the first round (25th overall) of the 2021 draft, Etienne missed his first NFL campaign after suffering a nasty injury during the preseason schedule.

Recall that the former Clemson Tigers ended his university stay with the institution records for yards gained and touchdowns scored with his legs.

Since the start of the 2022 training camp, Etienne has shown that he is back in good health and that he has the skills to make the opposing defenses rage.

– Rashod Bateman, wide receiver

With the departure of Marquise Brown to the Baltimore Ravens, Bateman should be Lamar Jackson’s favorite target after tight end Mark Andrews.

Injured for part of last season, the 22-year-old still did well in the four games he got starts. Notably, he had 50 yards or more on three of those four occasions. Note also that the pivot number 1 of the Ravens was not in uniform for these duels.

– Cole Kmet, tight end

The representative of the Chicago Bears finds himself in a team that has very little talent among receivers, which will allow him to see a lot of action. In 2021, Kmet caught 60 throws and rushed for 612 yards, which ranked him 12th and 11th overall among all players playing at his position.

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