3. Tyler Conklin, TE, NY Jets
Conklin has been fairly productive this season for the Jets out of the tight end position, bringing in nine catches on 12 targets for 78 yards. His best week came against the Cowboys when Conklin hauled in five catches for 50 yards.
This game against the Chiefs can turn out similarly to the game against the Cowboys, where the Jets are trying to move the ball quickly down the field, creating opportunities for Conklin in the middle of the field.
Additionally, there is little competition for targets out of the tight end group for the Jets. No other tight end has more than one target this season, and Jeremy Ruckert should have an expanded role in the run game moving forward.
If Ruckert takes control of the running sets and Conklin can be fresh for the passing downs, he could unlock more routes and catches for sure.
At $4,900, Conklin provides good value at the tight-end position and can potentially do some damage for owners. If he can find the endzone for the first time this year, it will pay off for owners.