2018 PFF Grades
Offense 88.5
#3 TE
Receiving
Run Block
Pass Block
Elite
High Quality
Good
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Travis Kelce, first-round fantasy football pick in 2019?

PFF Fantasy senior analyst Scott Barrett makes the case for Travis Kelce to be a first-round pick in 2019 fantasy football drafts.

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Year-to-year repeatability among the top fantasy tight ends

PFF Fantasy editor Daniel Kelley examines how likely or unlikely it is for a top-flight fantasy tight end to appear on the list again the next year.

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The candidates to be 2019's overall fantasy TE1

PFF Fantasy editor Daniel Kelley attempts to handicap the odds the various tight ends have of finishing the 2019 season as fantasy's No. 1 at the position.

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Fantasy football mock drafts: JuJu Smith-Schuster jumps to the upper tier of a 2021 mock draft

PFF Fantasy senior analyst Scott Barrett looks two years down the road and attempts to forecast the first two rounds of fantasy football drafts of 2021.

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First 8 picks in a 2020 fantasy mock draft go to running backs

PFF Fantasy senior analyst Scott Barrett looks a year down the road in an attempt to forecast the first two rounds of fantasy drafts in 2020.

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Be a year early: Players to sell in fantasy before their stock falls

PFF Fantasy editor Daniel Kelley highlights some fantasy options whose trade values might be at their high point, who it might be worth selling on.

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The haves and have-nots among fantasy receiving production

PFF Fantasy editor Daniel Kelley looks at which teams concentrated their receiving production to a single guy each game and which spread it around.

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The NFL's best red-zone tight ends in 2018

PFF Analyst Mike Johnson examines the data on the NFL's highest-graded red-zone tight ends.

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The perception/production gap: WRs and TEs

PFF Fantasy editor Daniel Kelley examines the gaps between fantasy football ADP and positional finishes to see where the drafting community misses the most.

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The case for Mark Andrews as a sleeper fantasy tight end

PFF Fantasy editor Daniel Kelley explains why Ravens TE Mark Andrews could be a sneaky fantasy football draft pick in the 2019 season.

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