Watch Now: Week 5 TE Sits (1:00)
If I wanted to start this out in a positive way, I’d say that it’s great you have Jonnu Smith on your roster. After all, you drafted him in the double digit rounds (if you drafted him at all) and now he’s viewed as a top-12 tight end by almost everyone after just three games. Of course, the bad news is he’s only played three games because of a COVID outbreak in the Titans locker room that could be threatening his Week 5 game against the Bills as well. And the really bad news is that tight end as a position looks as feeble as ever.
Dalton Schultz is now rostered in 70% of leagues, which means he’s probably not available in your league. If he is, consider yourself lucky and go add him right now. There is no greater priority. If he’s not, well, you’re hoping for a touchdown this week. There are a lot of ways to go about guessing who is the most likely to deliver that touchdown.
Greg Olsen’s Seahawks have an implied point total of 32 points this week against Minnesota. Only the Chiefs and Ravens are higher. Mo Alie-Cox leads avaiable tight ends in touchdowns this season with two, and he has a matchup against the Browns, who have already allowed three scores to tight ends this season. If you want to bet against a defense though, Ian Thomas faces a Falcons defense that has allowed