Tight End Rankings
|10||Ricky Seals-Jones||Football Team||vs||Packers||$4,500|
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- If you plan on getting one of the higher priced tight ends this week, make sure it isn’t Hunter Henry. He’s strung together a few good weeks in a row, but he’s still a very touchdown dependent tight end. He’s only got 1 game with 45+ receiving yards, yet is being valued among the ranks of Noah Fant and Dallas Goedert.
- One of the biggest increases in value this week was Dallas Goedert. With Zach Ertz finally getting traded, we finally get to see Goedert have that tight end spot all to himself in Philadelphia. Now that he’s out of covid protocol, and gets a matchup against the Raiders, this might be the last time all season you can get Goedert for less than $5,000 on Ownersbox
- The value plays are very lacking this week. Last week, Ricky Seals-Jones filled that role, but his price has skyrocketed into that next tier. If I were to look at a cheap play, it’d have to be Cole Kmet this week. The Bears get the Bucs this week and will likely fall behind very early, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we finally see a bit of a breakout from Kmet. It’s not a pretty pick, but I like it for the value.
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