10. Derek Carr, Raiders (Sleeper)
Admittedly, it’s hard to view Carr as a sleeper after he had a career-high in passing yards last season. However, he also had a career-low in touchdown passes. Plus, it’s easy for him to get lost in the shuffle after how bad the Raiders were in 2018.
However, regardless of how the Raiders do in the win column this year, Carr is poised for a bounce-back season fantasy-wise. His supporting cast will be noticeably better, particularly Antonio Brown. The Raiders still may not have much of a running game, but that just means Carr will have to do most of the work. But with Brown capable of making big plays and drawing the attention of the defense, Carr will have a great chance to be a top-10 fantasy quarterback this season.