Ranking the fantasy sleepers of the keeper-league set

Friday January 17th, 2014
Kendall Wright (13) had a standout sophomore campaign and should be even better next season.
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That doesn't even include everything Bell did as a pure runner, which was equally as impressive. He racked up 860 yards and eight touchdowns on the ground this season. He'll continue to be a focal point in the Steelers' offense, and with a full 16-game season, he could push 1,500 total yards with double-digit touchdowns. If I had to bet on one running back breaking out and vaulting up a tier or two next season, my money would be on Bell.

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