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Fantasy football season is in the air and the unique offseason is causing more questions than answers as we enter our fantasy football drafts. Today we focus on Tampa Bay Buccaneers TE Rob Gronkowski and his fantasy football potential in 2020.

Rob Gronkowski’s Fantasy Football ADP

Despite his year away from the NFL, Gronkowski is still being scooped up by fantasy players in drafts this season. He has an average draft position of 72.4 per TheHuddle.com, which is sixth-best among all tight ends.

Reasons to draft Rob Gronkowski

  • Gronkowski remains a physical specimen, standing 6-foot-6 with great speed down the field. He’s a difficult matchup for most defensive backs and linebackers, causing headaches for defensive coordinators.
  • Gronkowski has a rapport with new Bucs QB Tom Brady from their days in New England, which will carry over in Tampa Bay. Expect Brady to target Gronkowski often in the red zone.
  • After taking a year off, many of the injuries that plagued Gronkowski in 2018 should be healed, making him healthier than he was in his last few seasons.

Reasons not to draft Rob Gronkowski

  • To say the Buccaneers are deep with pass catchers would be an understatement. Gronk will be competing for targets with Mike Evans, Chris Godwin, Cameron Brate and O.J. Howard, which means his opportunities could be limited.
  • Gronkowski is 31 years old and hasn’t played a game since the Super Bowl in February of 2019. He seems to be in game shape, but he’ll have to get reacclimated to the speed of the NFL.
  • Tight ends have statistically not been heavily involved in Bucs head coach Bruce Arians’ offenses, dating back to his days with the Cardinals.

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Where should I draft Rob Gronkowski in fantasy football drafts?

Gronkowski is one of the most interesting players in fantasy this year. He took last season off and now returns to the field with a new team in a new offense. He has the same quarterback, but there will still be a transition period.

There are so many talented tight ends in the league right now, led by the best of the best with George Kittle and Travis Kelce. Gronkowski is no longer at the top of the class at that position, but he’s still being drafted earlier than players with better upside.

For instance, Gronkowski is going ahead of Evan Engram, Hunter Henry and Austin Hooper, and isn’t being drafted far behind Darren Waller. In his last regular season, Gronkowski had just 47 catches for 682 yards and three touchdowns in 13 games.

I wouldn’t be drafting him as early as he’s going, and would instead target players such as Blake Jarwin and Mike Gesicki later on in the draft, getting better value.

Also see:

  • Bucs Wire – The latest Tampa Bay Buccaneers coverage
  • TouchdownWire – The latest news involving the NFL

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