. Afterall, Tight End is the hardest positions to find value. Therefore, any player with an upside is worth a gamble. However, the desperation of trying to find a valuable Tight End can lead to reaching on players that may wreck your team.
As one of the best Tight Ends in the game, Rob Gronkowski has had a second round ADP for years now. But drafting him in the second round will likely wreck your team; as the average second rounder will finish with way more points. Consequently, Gronk is injured every year, so you can see why he is a bust.
Jordan Reed has the size and athleticism of a basketball player. Therefore, Jordan is a match-up nightmare the second he walks on the field. However, when was the last time you saw him on the field? Moreover, he is more injury prone than Gronk. Hence, this is a hard feat to accomplish, but he manages to somehow do that. With Kirk Cousins gone, Jordan will have to develop new chemistry with Alex Smith.
Since Delanie Walker has been a model of consistency for years, he is a player, I greatly admire. However at 33 years old, great football players start to deteriorate fast. We saw the first cracks in his armor last year as Delanie had less yardage and touchdowns than his usual numbers.You can expect a much more serious regression this year.
Avoid these Tight Ends on your Draft Board for the best results.
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