2014 Fantasy Football: 5 IDP Sleepers For Interceptions

5 Sleeper IDP Players To Rack Up Interceptions

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Defensive backs in fantasy football IDP leagues are known for racking up interceptions, but not every top-tier DB is capable of getting their hands on the ball. To help you pick your defense this season, here are five sleepers that will add INTs throughout the 2014 fantasy season.

5. S Aaron Williams, Buffalo Bills

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5. S Aaron Williams, Buffalo Bills

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Williams picked off four passes last season and the safety will have a much more prominent role in the secondary with Jairus Byrd now out of the picture. Williams will be a great second defensive back to latch onto this summer and the defensive back will easily pick off five-plus balls in 2014.

4. CB Brandon Boykin, Philadelphia Eagles

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4. CB Brandon Boykin, Philadelphia Eagles

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Boykin picked off six passes last year and the rookie was tied for second in the entire NFL. The corner also returns punts and the youngster is a natural playmaker with the ball is in his hands. Boykin will be one of the best sleeper defensive backs to latch onto this summer and should pick off a handful of passes again in 2014.

3. CB DeAngelo Hall, Washington Redskins

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3. CB DeAngelo Hall, Washington Redskins

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Hall may be turning 31 years old in the middle of the season, but he has always been a football magnet. The corner has picked off 43 passes throughout his long career, including 21 picks in the last five seasons alone. Hall will be a great sleeper to rack up interceptions this fall and likely won't be on the radar of many owners.

2. CB Joe Haden, Cleveland Browns

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2. CB Joe Haden, Cleveland Browns

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Haden is hands down one of the best corners in the game, but he is never thrown at due to the lack of talent around him the secondary. Luckily, Cleveland drafted CB Justin Gilbert from Oklahoma State eighth overall, and for the first time in his career, Haden has a talented corner on the other side of the field. Haden will see more balls his way in 2014, so it is only natural that his INT totals go up as well.

1. CB Darrelle Revis New England Patriots

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1. CB Darrelle Revis New England Patriots

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After one injury-plagued season in Tampa, Revis now finds himself back in the AFC East. Revis will now get to pick on the lackluster quarterbacks in his division six times per season and will get plenty of chances to make plays. Look for Revis to once again be near the top of the league in picks in 2014.


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