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Moeaki looks mo better at practice
Posted Jun. 15 at 03:16 AM
Maybe you're in one of those deep dynasty leagues where virtually every even moderately known player is on a roster. Or maybe you simply want to use a last-round pick in a draft this year on a player with starting potential. If so, consider Kansas City tight end Tony Moeaki.
According to this story from the Kansas City Star, Moeaki has been impressive at practice thus far. The third-rounder has exhibited both good hands and downfield ability, something which has been totally absent from Kansas City's offense since they traded Tony Gonzalez two years ago.
Kansas City's other options at the position -- Leonard Pope, Brad Cottam -- have minimal receiving ability or accomplishments in the league, so it's not far fetched to think Moeaki could be the team's leading receiver among tight ends from the get go. Maybe he'll even start.
If nothing else, Moeaki's potential is just another reason to hold off on drafting tight ends this season. The position is deep enough that there's not a great need to be the first owner to select a starter, or to take a No. 2 before the final round of a draft.
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