In fantasy football drafts, the elite tight ends come with high draft capital, and there are only so many of them. If you miss out at the beginning of your draft, it’s crucial that you can snag one or two of these late-round targets who have shown the upside that suggests that they can make the next leap.
In this series of articles, I’m looking at the breakout potential at the tight end position. This can range from second-year tight ends to fourth-year tight ends. I will take a look at their current situation to see if they have a clear path to targets. I will then analyze what they have done in the NFL up to this point and determine whether they have shown the upside to breakout in 2020.
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