Sam Wallace uses the Strength of Schedule Streaming App to identify three tight ends with favorable early-season schedules that are also priced at a value.
In my latest piece, I sought to identify three quarterbacks with the perfect blend of early-season value and upside for those in single-quarterback leagues. Today, the goal is the same, but the position is different: tight ends.
A notoriously tricky position to evaluate after the top-tier, there seem to be a handful of players each year that are in the breakout conversation. You are set if you choose to pay up for Travis Kelce, Darren Waller, or George Kittle. After that, it’s a mixed bag of upside players with modest but still high prices or streamable options in the later rounds.
Here are three options you should consider in your season-long league this year.