Knowing the best and worst case scenarios for players is one of the keys to building a successful Fantasy football roster. And before you evaluate this year's crop of tight ends, you'll want to hear what Heath Cummings has to say.
Cummings is a CBS Sports Senior Fantasy Writer, and a former Footballguys staff writer and host of The Fantasy Football Show on ESPN 1510 in Kansas City. He's one of the top Fantasy football minds in the nation and he specializes in detailed statistical analysis.
If you want an edge in Fantasy Football, Cummings is the go-to expert. Now he's taking a deeper dive into the tight end position, giving his best and worst case scenario for four big names with similar average draft position and comparing them to SportsLine's computer model's projections.
We can tell you that Cummings isn't as high on Giants rookie tight end Evan Engram, saying his upside is 848 yards and seven touchdowns, but his downside is 508 yards and and four touchdowns -- significantly less than his numbers last season (722-6).
Cummings has also identified a veteran tight end who comes with huge risk. His upside is over 600 yards above his downside, so this boom-or-bust player could sink your playoff hopes.
So what's the upside and downside for some of the most popular tight ends in 2018 Fantasy football? And which veteran could sink your season? Join SportsLine now to see Heath Cummings' tight end upside and downside projections and analysis, all from one of the top Fantasy analysts in the nation. ... Use promo code HEATH to get your first month for just $1.