As a rookie, Denver tight end Noah Fant caught 40 passes for 562 yards and three touchdowns, that’s a solid stat line for a first-year tight end in the National Football League. Heading into his second season, with fellow second-year player in quarterback Drew Lock, the buzz surrounding Fant is getting louder. Should fantasy football players target Fant as a TE1 or TE2 in their drafts? That’s what Sports Illustrated asked fantasy analyst Shawn Childs and Mile High Huddle’s Chad Jensen in the attached video.
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