Boost your fantasy football standings by knowing who to pick up after all the big names are taken. On August 19, T.Y Hilton told NBC Sports that Andrew Luck can't be stopped. This is definitely something to be considered when choosing your starters and your backups. There are also a few other sleepers worth drafting this year.
If you spend all your time picking up running backs and wide receivers while others picked up Drew Brees, Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton, go get Andrew Luck. He will not disappoint this year and will make an excellent quarterback on your starting lineup. He is definitely undervalued and deserves to be drafted a few places higher.
On that same note, keep an eye on T.Y. Hilton this year. This wide receiver also returns kicks for touch downs and looks to be Luck's number two this year but is certainly emerging. Reggie Wayne is getting old and if Hilton starts playing as good as expected, this is a late round pickup that will not disappoint. Think Jerry Rice and Joe Montana because this is the type of potential that Hilton has with Andrew Luck as his quarterback.
Robert Woods is a rookie for the Buffalo Bills this year and likely hasn't been picked up by anyone else in your league yet. Go get him now. Woods has Steve Johnson in front of him but Woods is emerging as the number two receiver and has the potential to blow up and take over the number one spot. Don't count this guy out, keep him in your second string and watch him win when you need it most.
Fantasy football managers will also want to take note of Jermaine Kearse. The Seattle Seahawks have a deadly weapon in the form of Kearse, who recently scored two touchdowns in the preseason game against the Denver Broncos. The combination of Russell Wilson and Jermaine Kearse is looking to be fierce and although neither of these players rank in the top 25 of any pre-draft ranking, beware of these guys in your fantasy football draft because they will likely be scoring big fantasy points this year.