Travis Kelce, George Kittle, and Zach Ertz have dominated the fantasy tight end landscape for the past few seasons. If you were able to draft a member of that Big Three, you were probably set at the TE position.
With that said, 2019 had a group of lesser-valued tight ends shove their way into the conversation. Among them was Baltimore Ravens tight end, Mark Andrews, who scored the most touchdowns at the position. What will he do in 2020?
Check out how the fantasy tight ends shake out in our analysts’ draft rankings below and let us know where you disagree!
Editor’s note: Rookies will be added to rankings after the 2020 NFL draft
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