Early-Round Sleepers: The Overlooked Way that Injuries Create Breakout Stars
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An important part of draft strategy is hypothesizing scenarios that could create breakout opportunities for our favorite sleepers. A typical strategy is drafting the backups to older players or guys perceived to be injury prone. But opportunity doesn’t just trickle down the depth chart, it also trickles up.

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