Compiling an inclusive ranking of players for dynasty leagues is about more than the simple "talent + age" formula.
That's why before you try to figure out which players should be targeted above others for your dynasty team, you need to see what CBS Sports Senior Analyst Heath Cummings has to say.
Cummings has revealed his top 40 tight ends for dynasty leagues. It would be wise to hear his logic.
After all, this is the man who last season picked New York Giants rookie Evan Engram as the No. 1-ranked tight end for dynasty leagues. Engram finished the season with 64 receptions for 722 yards and six TDs, all top-seven finishers for the position. And he's only 23 years of age.
Now Cummings has studied every tight end for 2018 and is projecting which ones are worth acquiring and holding onto.
One of his top picks that we'll give away Trey Burton, who had just 63 receptions in four seasons with the Eagles, but will finally get a chance to shine after signing a four-year deal with the Bears. Cummings has him ranked fifth out of all TEs in dynasty value.
Cummings is also calling for two other tight ends, each age 23 or younger, who he expects will have a breakout 2018 and a long career of success. It's likely you haven't considered either of these sleepers, but Cummings has them ranked in his top 10. And it's picks like those that could give you an edge now and for the future.
So which tight ends should you key on for 2018 and beyond in Fantasy Football? Join SportsLine now to find out which tight ends are top targets in dynasty leagues, all from the veteran CBS Sports Senior Analyst who was all over Evan Engram's huge rookie season in New York.