With the 2018 MFL10 of Death ongoing, I’m examining the tactics that provide the best opportunity to win this season. Should owners target the elite tight ends like Rob Gronkowski and Travis Kelce?
Boom/Bust players found in the late rounds of drafts can sometimes be the difference between a cashing team or a team that is on the bubble.
Tight ends typically take time to develop. Taking the wrong TE in a rookie draft is not only a waste of a pick, but can clog a roster spot for years as you wait for production that never materializes. Missing on a TE can be a costly mistake. Fortunately, we
Dallas Goedert was drafted 49th overall by the Philadelphia Eagles, becoming the third tight end to be drafted in 2018. The Eagles sent the 52nd and 169th picks to the Indianapolis Colts in return for this pick, allowing them to pick ahead of the suddenly TE needy Dallas
Ian Thomas was drafted 101st by the Carolina Panthers, the fifth tight end selected in the 2018 NFL draft. Thomas was also the fifth-ranked TE in the latest iteration of the RotoViz Scouting Index, behind Hayden Hurst, Dallas Goedert, Mark Andrews and Mike Gesicki. Incredibly talented, but incredibly
Mike Gesicki was drafted 42nd overall by the Miami Dolphins as the second tight end selected in the 2018 NFL draft. Gesicki was the third-ranked TE in the latest iteration of the RotoViz Scouting Index, behind Hayden Hurst and Dallas Goedert.
Mark Andrews was drafted 86th overall by the Baltimore Ravens and was the second tight end drafted by the Ravens in the 2018 NFL Draft. The team also spent the 25th overall selection on Hayden Hurst.1 Andrews was the TE4 according to You can read more about Hurst here. (back) You
Hayden Hurst was drafted 25th overall by the Baltimore Ravens and was the first tight end selected in the 2018 NFL Draft. It marked just the second time in franchise history that the Ravens used a first-round pick to take a TE. The last time they did so was back
The 2018 RotoViz Scouting Index (RSI) has tracked NFL draft prospect rankings from a variety of traditional scouting sites, giving you quick insight into how the incoming rookies were being valued over in “real football” land.
The 2018 RotoViz Scouting Index (RSI) tracks NFL draft prospect rankings from a variety of traditional scouting sites, giving you quick insight into how incoming rookies are currently being valued over in “real football” land.