Early Look: Six-Pack of 2014 Fantasy Football Sleepers

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Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee Titans

Hunter dealt with inconsistency at the quarterback position in his rookie season last year, while also working through his own raw ability and inconsistency. The Titans also chose not to overload him with too much as a rookie, as he was mostly targeted down the field or near the end-zone. Blessed with great size, speed and ball skills, Hunter is a lock to ascend the fantasy ranks in just his second season. Nate Washington could still keep him from being a full-blown star in 2014, but he has the potential to be a major red-zone factor. He just needs Jake Locker or whoever is under center in Tennessee to be more consistent.