Noah Fant Dynasty Profile: Fantasy Outlook, Value, Projections, and Rankings

After splitting the role last season, what does Noah Fant's future look like, and what is his value in dynasty fantasy football leagues going forward?

Noah Fant Dynasty Profile: Fantasy Outlook, Value, Projections, and Rankings

As we inch toward the new season, the ever-changing NFL landscape has player fantasy values constantly on the move. Whether you’re used to the dynasty platform or are still learning the dynasty rules, let’s dive into the latest dynasty fantasy football value of Noah Fant.

Noah Fant’s Dynasty Outlook and Value

The Seahawks haven’t had a fantasy-relevant tight end since Jimmy Graham was a low-end TE1 from 2015-2017. Their latest experiment was Noah Fant after they acquired him as part of the Russell Wilson trade. Fant operated as the Seahawks’ TE1. He played 60% of the snaps, which led the tight end group. It just didn’t amount to anything for fantasy purposes.

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Fant caught 50 passes for a career-low 486 yards and four touchdowns, averaging 7.2 ppg. Fant had a couple of moments as a streamer, but there was no real rhyme or reason to his production, and he finished as a TE1 just three times all season.

Noah Fant’s Fantasy Ranking

I really liked Fant as a prospect. But he’s now played four NFL seasons and has very little to show for it. He’s still just 25 years old, but I don’t see anything changing for him. He’s just not a true starting tight end.

Fant’s rookie deal would’ve been up already, but the Seahawks exercised Fant’s fifth-year option after trading for him. I can’t help but wonder if they regret it now that they have to pay him $6.85 million this season and can’t get out of it.

I expect Fant to play out the final year of his deal and sign somewhere else in 2024. Perhaps he lands with a team that figures out how to make him a TE1. But even if you think that’s in the cards for Fant, I don’t expect him to be much different this year than last year.

We have Fant at TE19 (No. 150 overall) in our dynasty Superflex rankings. He’s not a desirable target in dynasty startup drafts. Fantasy managers don’t absolutely need to drop him, but he doesn’t need to be on fantasy rosters, either.