Going deep

Rush, Speights, McDyess appear to be sleeper options in very deep leagues

Updated: September 24, 2009, 2:47 PM ET
By Seth Landman | Special to ESPN.com

Playing in a deeper league (14 teams or more) provides a great challenge for the fantasy owner mainly because you have to pay attention to more players. And more players should mean more fun.

For example, a 14-team league, in which each roster has 13 players, will draft 182 players overall. Including guys you'll consider on the waiver wire, you'll need to be concerned with more than 200 players. In a 10-team league, that number goes down by about 50. However, those extra 50 players ...

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