It’s no surprise the #1 is Eric Ebron since he was arguably the most dominate tight-end last year in football with 13 touchdowns. He had 66 receptions with 750 yards averaging a monster 11.4 yards per reception, compared to Travis Kelce who had 13 yards per reception with 13 touchdowns as well.
However, the main difference is the draft position. Ebron went in the mid to late-late rounds whereas Kelce went in the first 3 rounds. Fantasy Football is all about value and picking with value in mind. Getting top 3 talent in a tight-end with a 5th-8th round pick is solid.
Considering most tight-ends, in a standard league, get about 4-8 points per week, getting over 10 consistently for a late-round pick is money. Look for Ebron to have another fantastic season alongside Funchess and Hilton too.
Focusing on these players for good value will help your team dominate the fantasy football world in 2019.