Frank Dyevoich | June 21st, 2018
One of the most frustrating positions in fantasy is the Tight End. You’re required to play at least one, and unlike the other offensive positions, a 10 point performance is considered pretty good. When it comes to drafting a TE you either want to be one of the first or one of the last. DON’T get caught in the run on TEs. Start the run or wait, unless there’s value you can’t ignore. After diving into the numbers, I’ve come up with some realizations to improve my rankings and help you maximize your TE value on draft day.