Bradshaw and Foster are not really true "sleepers". a sleeper is a player that far exceeds expectations...and no one doubtgs that Bradshaw is a proven talent or that he's likely to out produce Jacobs. Foster isn't a sleeper...he's a gamble. Kubiak won't be the guy in charge of deciding which RBS he'll play musical chairs with this season, he's handed that duty over to his OC...so at least, if Foster starts and has one bad play...most likely he's not going to see the bench for the rest of the game. he is the starter...but there will be a definite time share...with the consensus that eventually, Tate will take over - thus the gamble. i think Maroney somewhat fits the description of a sleeper. looked good against the Saints w/ 2 TDs. Hardesty at Cleveland. Justin Forsett @ Seattle. Buckhalter at Denver...even if Moreno recovers early from his hamstring injury, Bush at Oakland may have a better year than anyone mentioned thus far.