Many fantasy players play in dynasty leagues and are constantly evaluating the fantasy landscape. Today, we wanted to provide our Top 25 at the tight end position and give some insight on the transition at the position.
1) Kyle Pitts, Atlanta Falcons (Age: 20.11)
2) Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs (Age: 31.11)
3) Darren Waller, Las Vegas Raiders (Age: 28.11)
4) George Kittle, San Francisco 49ers (Age: 27.11)
5) Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens (Age: 26.0)
6) Pat Freiermuth, Pittsburgh Steelers (Age: 22.10)
7) T.J. Hockenson, Detroit Lions (Age: 24.2)
8) Noah Fant, Denver Broncos (Age: 23.9)
9) Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles (Age: 26.8)
10) Dawson Knox, Buffalo Bills (Age: 24.9)
11) Dalton Schultz, Dallas Cowboys (Age: 25.1)
12) Hunter Henry, New England Patriots (Age: 26.9)
13) Mike Gesicki, Miami Dolphins (Age: 25.11)
14) Cole Kmet, Chicago Bears (Age: 22.5)
15) Irv Smith Jr., Minnesota Vikings (Age: 23.1)
16) Adam Trautman, New Orleans Saints (Age: 24.7)
17) Logan Thomas, Washington Franchise Team (Age: 30.2)
18) Evan Engram, New York Giants (Age: 27.0)
19) Tyler Higbee, Los Angeles Rams (Age: 28.8)
20) Dan Arnold, Jacksonville Jaguars (Age: 26.5)
21) Rob Gronkowski, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Age: 32.3)
22) Zach Ertz, Arizona Cardinals (Age: 30.9)
23) Jonnu Smith, New England Patriots (Age: 26.0)
24) Tommy Tremble, Carolina Panthers (Age: 21.3)
25) Austin Hooper, Cleveland Browns: (Age: 26.10)
Dynasty Deep Dive:
It may be controversial to place Kyle Pitts at the top spot in the Dynasty Tight End Rankings, but it should not be. Pitts was not even 21 years old when he began his professional career. His rookie campaign did have its highs and lows, but there is no questioning the talent here.
Travis Kelce is getting a bit long in the tooth, and the dropoff is inevitable. Kelce is aging well and remains a top target for one of the best offenses in football, so perhaps you can get two more years of elite production.
Darren Waller is the unquestioned top receiving option for the Las Vegas Raiders. There is safety in his projection.
George Kittle is a dynamic talent. No one is questioning that. The issue is how Kittle will gel with future starting quarterback Trey Lance?
Mark Andrews is similar to Darren Waller in the fact that you know what you’re getting. Andrews anchored to a Lamar Jackson-led offense for the foreseeable future.
You have to like what you saw from Pat Freiermuth in year one. Like Kittle, you have to wonder what Pat Freiermuth looks like when paired with another quarterback following Big Bens’ departure.
Dalton Schultz will be an interesting case this off-season. If Schultz remains in Dallas, his value shoots up for fantasy purposes. If Dalton Schultz goes elsewhere in Free Agency his value could shift dramatically.