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Miles Austin, WR, Cowboys: That's right: I'm all in on the Cowboys this season! They're going to the Super Bowl, and they'll get there thanks to Tony Romo and his receivers (well, and the improved defense, too). People will be scared off by his "lost it in the lights" moment last year, but fantasy football favors the bold.
Darren McFadden, RB, Raiders: While I don't want talented-but-injury prone WRs like Andre Johnson, I still covet a running back like McFadden who puts up transcendent numbers when healthy. Why? Because RBs -- due to the nature of the position -- suffer more injuries. I suggest carrying at least four ball carriers in anticipation of those trips to the IR.
Sidney Rice, WR, Seahawks: Here's another guy you can only call a sleeper because of all the sleepers. The difference between him and Andre Johnson is that fantasy owners will still burn a third-round (or even a second) pick on Johnson. Rice, conversely, will plummet, making him a good gamble as your No. 2.
Ahmad Bradshaw, RB, Giants: He'll drop in a lot of drafts because: 1) The Giants cut the figure of a passing team these days, and 2) They used their first-round pick on speedster David Wilson. Don't be thrown, though; Bradshaw will continue to get in the end zone (eight TDs/season over the last three years) and produce overall in 2012.