The tight end position is often overlooked in fantasy football due to the variability that takes place at the position. Besides guys like Travis Kelce, George Kittle, Mark Andrews, Zach Ertz, etc., there aren’t many tight ends that can be trusted on a week-to-week basis.
If you’re unable to snag one of the top-tier tight ends in your fantasy football draft, then chances are you are someone who uses a different one every week. For instance, last season, the constant trend was to start any tight end that squared off against the Arizona Cardinals.
In recent years, the tight end position has been tough to gauge in fantasy football. Luckily for avid fantasy football fans, this year could present itself with a slew of talented guys to choose from when your fantasy football draft rolls around.
Of course, we already know it’s safe to select one of the reliable tight ends that were mentioned above. However, there are some tight ends that may be worth a look in deeper leagues next season. In light of that, let’s take a look at three sleeper tight ends to target in fantasy football in 2020.