Draft Strategy

Charles Clay Can Help You Build a League Winner

Assuming you don’t go gaga for Rob Gronkowski this year, and if the asking price for Travis Kelce is just too high for you, you’ll probably find yourself waiting until late in your draft to address the tight end spot. This is no bad thing, and don’t let anyone tell you differently. TE is historically a volatile position in fantasy football, and investing too high a pick for someone who will frustrate you as often as bring you joy is not the best strategy. So if you’re in the market for a late round bargain who could provide upside, you could do worse than drafting Charles Clay. For reasons best known to other people, Clay finds himself being ignored at present, an after thought in the eyes of MFL10 drafters. Indeed, according to the RotoViz Best Ball ADP app, Clay has a current ADP of TE26. It seems that some people have supped freely from the “Clay is a bum” Kool-Aid. This is quite unjustified when one considers how productive a career he has actually enjoyed.

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By Neil Dutton | @ndutton13 | Archive