2012 Fantasy Football Sleepers Week 12: Looking at the Top Three Players
Here’s a look at the top three players for 2012 Fantasy Football Sleepers Week 12:
3. Jacksonville Jaguars RB Jason Parmale
As most fantasy owners know, this season has been nothing but a disappointment for just about any player on the Jaguars, but Parmale finds himself in an interesting situation on Sunday to give owners some hope.
After rushing for 80 yards last weekend against the Houston Texans, Parmale faces a Tennessee Titans team that ranks 28th overall when it comes to stopping the run. And considering the Jaguars are already limite when it comes to weapons on offense–Parmale could be used a lot on Sunday.
2. Indianapolis Colts WR Ty Hilton
After Donnie Avery suffered a concussion last weekend against the New England Patriots, Andrew Luck could be relying on Hilton even more in the passing game. Hilton broke the 100-yard mark for the third time this season against the Patriots after recording six catches for 100 yards with two touchdowns and could post up big numbers once again against the Buffalo Bills–who rank 27th when it comes to overall defense.
1. Denver Broncos RB Ronnie Hillman
With Willis McGahee expected to miss 6-8 weeks after the running back suffered a torn MCL, the Broncos will be relying even more on Hillman in the ground game as they look to continue their dominance in the AFC. Hillman rushed for 43 yards on 12 carries last weekend against the San Diego Chargers and as the Broncos square off against a Kansas City Chiefs team that ranks 25th when it comes to stopping the run–he could be in for a productive game on Sunday.
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