2010 Fantasy Football Players That Could Pleasantly Surprise

Here are some players that could be pleasantly surprising in 2010.  Always do further research; your draft is just that, YOURS.  Make the decision yourself.  I am just pointing out some "stocks" that warrant further examination.

So herewith are my 2010 possibly pleasant surprises:
  1. Jabar Gaffney (WR, Broncos) - Kyle Orton isn't exciting at QB but he's competent and Gaffney has little competition for targets outside of Eddie Royal, who flopped last year.
  2. Jacoby Jones (WR, Texans) - The Texans are a pass-first team and Jones is turning heads.
  3. Alex Smith (QB, 49ers) - Has Vernon Davis at TE and a full year of WR Michael Crabtree and Smith now sits behind a newly fortified offensive line.
  4. Chris Cooley (TE, Redskins) - Donovan McNabb has leaned on his TEs in the past and Cooley is as a good a pass catcher as they come, and his only competition are two wet-behind-the-ears WRs and a fading vet in Santana Moss (though Fred Davis lurks behind Cooley on the depth chart at TE).
  5. Legedu Naanee (WR, Chargers) - Vincent Jackson is not reporting.  Malcolm Floyd, who has disappointed for six years running, now is heir apparent to the #1 WR spot, meaning he'll draw #1 coverage.  This could open the door for Naanee; Philip Rivers needs someone to throw to outside of Antonio Gates.
  6. Bernard Berrian (WR, Vikings) - Yes, the Vikes' QB situation is in turmoil, but Berrian could be the guy, at least for now, since Percy Harvin is again suffering from migraines and Sidney Rice is having hip problems.

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