4. TE Greg Dulcich, Denver Broncos
Rostered: 34.0 percent
Interestingly, tight end Albert Okwuegbunam has been a healthy scratch for three consecutive games. With Okwuegbunam out, rookie Greg Dulcich has taken on a larger role, and it has put him firmly on the fantasy radar.
On Sunday, he had four receptions for 87 yards on five targets. He has now posted double-digit fantasy points in three consecutive games.
It is difficult to trust any receiver in Denver’s offense, right now. They are scoring only 15.1 points per game, which is the second-fewest in the NFL.
Nevertheless, Dulcich’s production is noteworthy. Over the last three weeks, he has 182 receiving yards, which is third among tight ends trailing only George Kittle and Travis Kelce. In addition, Russell Wilson likes to target his tight ends. Last season, Gerald Everett thrived alongside Wilson in Seattle. From Week 10 to Week 18, Everett was eighth among tight ends in fantasy points.
Tight end is the shallowest position in fantasy football. If you do not have Kelce, Kittle, or Mark Andrews, Dulcich is worth a flier.