2012 Fantasy Football Sleepers Week 15: Looking at the Top Three Players

Here’s a look at the top three players for 2012 Fantasy Football Sleepers Week 15:

3. New York Giants RB David Wilson

At this point in the season, the Giants control their own destiny when it comes to reaching the playoffs after last weekend’s big win over the New Orleans Saints. After recording over 300 all-purpose yards and three total touchdowns against the Saints, Wilson could be relied on even more on Sunday when New York takes on the Atlanta Falcons considering Ahmad Bradshaw has already been ruled out.

What’s even better for fantasy owners with Wilson on their roster–the Falcons rank 22nd when it comes to stopping the run.

2. Kansas City Chiefs WR Jonathan Baldwin

With Dwayne Bowe out for the rest of the season, the Chiefs will need all of the help they can get from the rest of their wide receivers in the passing game–especially when it comes to Baldwin.

The second-year wideout has been nothing but a bust this season as he’s only caught 18 passes for 261 yards and one touchdowns–which is extremely disappointing for a former first-round pick. If Baldwin can’t figure out a way to put up big numbers against the league’s 28th ranked passing defense in the Oakland Raiders, there may be no hope at all for the wideout in the big leagues.

1. Dallas Cowboys WR Kevin Ogletree

Despite catching just three passes for 36 yards over the last two games, Ogletree has the opportunity to see more passes thrown his way with Dez Bryant dealing with a hand injury. Keep in mind the potential Ogletree showed at the beginning of the season for Dallas as he could take advantage of a Pittsburgh Steelers‘ defense that was torched by the San Diego Chargers last weekend.

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