3 Tight Ends Going Way Too High in Drafts (Busts)
The tight end position is a thin one but can be a difference-maker in your season if you approach it correctly. After the first tier of players, which consists of Travis Kelce, George Kittle and Zach Ertz, strategy comes into the mix when deciding not only who to draft, but when the right time is to pull the trigger.
At 4for4 we’ve covered the position extensively so far this offseason, including strength of schedule and late-round streaming pairings and differing strategies. In this article, I break down some potential bust candidates—guys who may be overvalued based on their average draft position (ADP) thus far this drafting season.
I’ll be looking at stats identified by TJ Hernandez as the most predictable from year to year for tight ends, highlighting who I think could underperform in 2019, in conjunction with 4for4’s multi-site ADP tool.
Without further ado, here are my choices for tight ends who you may want to think twice about before clicking that draft button or walking that sticker up to the draft board—at least at their current ADP.
Eric Ebron, Colts
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