Top fantasy sleeper pick

Why Cole Kmet could be the top fantasy sleeper pick

Last season, Kmet was an unessential tight end for dream purposes. He got 60 passes for 612 yards, without any scores

That made him the No. 22 tight end in standard scoring, No. 21 in half-PPR, and negative. 20 in full PPR. Drafters are extending Kmet to improve this season

He's commonly the twelfth tight end falling off the board with an ADP of 117.1 in Yahoo! associations

The greatest trouble spot in Kmet's dream game last season was clearly his absence of scores, and there are a lot of motivations to accept he can not just find the endzone this season

Jimmy Graham, who was a significant red zone danger in Matt Nagy's offense, is no more

Luke Getsy's new offense will be worked around the zone-running plan and afterward utilizing the run game to set up the play-activity pass

It's a well-known fact that the tight end assumes a significant part in offenses that look like what Getsy is introducing in Chicago