Todd Lokken from Strategic Fantasy Football identifies week 4 sleeper picks.

September 30, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
There are a lot of great contests this week, and picking out sleepers is very difficult. Strategic Fantasy Football considers a sleeper “someone who is not in a fantasy lineup every week”, according to Todd Lokken, company President. “A sleeper is not someone who starts every week who suddenly has a fantastic game. That is expected to happen. A sleeper is someone you plug into your lineup, and they then score some nice points for the week”.

First up, Houston at Cincinnati, and the Bengals are on a roll. They destroyed a good Chicago Bears defense last week, and now they take on struggling Houston. In this game, look for TJ Houshmandzadeh to score some nice points this week. Houshmandzadeh was quiet last week against the Bears (although he did have a TD nullified by a penalty), and should get good points against the Texans.

Next, the late game of San Francisco versus Arizona. Arizona, who many people believed would finally turn into a playoff team this year, has been a mess. San Francisco, on the other hand, was expected to be terrible, and they have played well versus both St. Louis and Dallas. Therefore, look for San Francisco to have a productive evening in Mexico City (where this game is being played), and for Brandon Lloyd to be the second sleeper of the week. Lloyd is a third year receiver, and is starting to come into his own despite the turmoil surrounding 49er quarterbacks.

Strategic Fantasy Football provides fantasy football analysis and strategy for players of fantasy football. For more information, contact Todd Lokken at 847.98