INDIANAPOLIS IN - DECEMBER 19: Mike Sims-Walker #11 of the Jacksonville Jaguars holds up the football after scoring a touchdown against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 19 2010 in Indianapolis Indiana. The Colts defeated the Jaguars 34-24. (Photo by Scott Boehm/Getty Images)
The Jacksonville Jaguars are a team hard pressed to find fantasy football sleepers. They've basically got Maurice Jones-Drew and that's it so far on the season. If you've been crazy enough to have Jason Hill in your line up the last two weeks it's paid off and I applaud your desperation/homerism. This week however, newly signed Mike Sims-Walker should be playing against the Ravens. I don't know if he will officially "start", but I imagine he will be heavily involved in the rotation.
Sims-Walker should be available in most leagues on the waiver wire and if you're in a bind because of a bye week or injuries, he could be a gamble play that may play off. Sims-Walker should be able to work the middle of the field for rookie quarterback Blaine Gabbert, something no Jaguars wide receiver did all that well the past 6 games. Sims-Walker has the ability to have a 7-catch, 120 yard, 2TD type of day but he's also got the ability to be completely invisible.