2010 fantasy football draft guide: tight end TE best value picks. Welcome to the 2010 fantasy football season! Here are my top 3 tight end TE best value picks to begin the 2010 fantasy football season. Best value picks are based on a standard mixed NFC/AFC single season redraft fantasy football league for the 2010 season. Tight end TE best value picks are based on players who offer the best value at their likely draft position in 2010 fantasy football drafts. These players will likely have a history of successful seasons in the NFL, and because of their history, are somewhat safer and more reliable draft picks for fantasy football teams during the 2010 season. For additional fantasy football rankings and draft tools, check out my Blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports.
Tight End (TE) Best Value Picks
Zach Miller – Oak
If you are looking for outstanding value at the tight end position for a mid round draft pick in your fantasy football league, then look no further than Zach Miller in the forgotten land of Oakland. New quarterback Jason Campbell is a tight end loving passer, which was more than evident in Washington as he made Chris Cooley into the leading receiver for the Redskins. Gifted with outstanding size, speed, and pass catching ability for a tight end, Miller who is commonly ranked around the #15 spot among all fantasy football tight ends, could easily make a leap into the top 10 scoring tight ends during the 2010 season, with an outside shot at being a top 5 scoring tight end.
Brent Celek – Phi
After posting an outstanding 971 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns last season, Celek is still commonly underrated in fantasy football tight end rankings entering the 2010 season. In terms of overall fantasy football value, the difference between scoring for the #1 drafted tight end and Celek will likely amount to an average of 1-3 points less per game for fantasy teams. So with a draft pick likely 20 plus spots after the #1 drafted tight end, fantasy football teams can get essentially the same tight end value later in their draft.
Owen Daniels – Hou
Before Daniels suffered his torn ACL injury midway through the 2009 season, he was on the verge of having a huge breakout season. So while knee injuries are definitely a concern in football, Daniels at just age 27 is plenty young enough to recovery fully and make a push to become an elite tight end in the NFL during the 2010 season. With a pick around the #10 tight end drafted in your fantasy football league to begin the 2010 season, Daniels offers fantasy teams the value of being a top 5 scoring tight end in 2010.
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