Everything You Need to Know About the 2018 Tight End Class and How to Profit From It

The 2018 rookie tight end class can’t compete with the stellar 2017 class, but is the lack of hype creating values? Following up my examination of the historically good 2017 class, I’ll take a look at this year’s rookies and see if any stand out as bargains. Prior to 2017, the last time three TEs were selected in the first round of the NFL draft was 2002. While the 2018 class can’t boast the same array of studs, you’d have to go back a decade to find a class where 10 TEs were taken in the first four rounds. With no TE in the first round of rookie ADP, it won’t cost much to buy in to this rookie class.


The explanation of the methodology I use can be found in my look at the 2018 RB class, with a few differences:

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