As soon as Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns opted out of the 2019 NFL season, Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki became an instant late-round value in 2020 fantasy drafts. Already on my radar as a potential third-year tight end breakout, Gesicki is now in line to see even more volume from the slot during the 2020 season.
Investing an early-round pick on the Travis Kelce and George Kittle’s of the world can give you a huge advantage at the position, but the best values at the tight end position can often be found in the later rounds. In this article, we’ll look at why Gesicki’s fantasy value is just too good to pass up at his current 125.7 FleaFlicker PPR ADP.
Before we look ahead to the 2020 NFL season, we must first look at the process of how we got here. Along with using Consistency Score (CS) to look at Gesicki’s two years in the NFL, we’ll also use Relative Athletic Score (RAS) for a peek at the former Penn State standout’s athletic traits.