Sell Eifert in dynasty

In the latest edition of Dynasty Stock Watch, Michael Moore analyzes the long-term value of Tyler Eifert and Devin Funchess.

| 2 years ago
(AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

(AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Sell Eifert in dynasty

As Thanksgiving rolls around, many league trade deadlines expire this week. A few players have broke out this season while others are just hitting their stride. We examine which would provide good value in a potential deadline deal while targeting others that could prove to be a bargain.


Tyler Eifert – TE – Cincinnati Bengals – Before you leave your hot take comment below, remember that part of dynasty is selling at peak value and I don’t know that Eifert’s value will ever be higher. After an ineffective rookie year, when most tight ends struggle, and a sophomore season cut short by injury, Eifert has finally broken out. The first round pick has caught 43 passes for 482 yards and 11 touchdowns through just ten games this season. He’s an integral part of a burgeoning Cincinnati offense and one of the more effective red zone targets this season.

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Michael Moore has written for PFF Fantasy since 2013, focusing primarily on dynasty content. He’s also hosted the PFF Fantasy Slant Podcast since 2014.

  • Nathan Kline

    While selling at peak value is indeed a piece of dynasty, at some point you have to not sell. That whole Cincy offense is young, something that can conceivably be together for 5+ years. With as many dynamic players as they have Eifert will never see the attention that a Gronkowski sees. That leaves AJG and Gio open to do damage in the passing game, a far worse option considering speed and agility (aka even bigger plays). Yes if you can get a ridiculous haul every player is movable but for Eifert it would have to be a step below Gronks price at this point (almost untradeable outside of a no TE needed league).

    • PaulyG4

      You’re absolutely right. Never listen to the advice given in this column. These are the same idiots that said to buy a 38-yr old Peyton Manning in dynasty last year.

      • Jack Casey

        Just curious why are you here if you hate their advice so much? What’s the point of reading it? Just for humor?

        • PaulyG4

          I read most of the articles on this site but I’m most interested in dynasty articles. I read this one and make mental notes of what they advise to gauge their competency. This column sucks (not sure if the same writer has been in charge of it this whole time, though) but Joey Cartolano’s weekly one isn’t bad.