2010 fantasy football draft guide: tight end TE comeback players. Welcome to the 2010 fantasy football season! Here are my top 3 tight end TE comeback players to begin the 2010 fantasy football season. Comeback player selections are based on a standard mixed NFC/AFC single season redraft fantasy football league for the 2010 season. Tight end TE comeback player selections are based on players who have the ability to once again be a solid fantasy football quarterback option in fantasy football leagues for the 2010 season. For additional fantasy football rankings and draft tools, check out my Blog at Hawk Fantasy Sports.
Tight End (TE) Comeback Players
Tony Scheffler – Det
With fellow Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew recovering from a torn ACL, the excellent pass receiving Scheffler could easily emerge into one of Matthew Stafford’s more reliable and favorite targets to begin the 2010 season. A comeback season to around 600 receiving yards and 3-5 touchdowns is well within reach for Scheffler over the course of the 2010 season. With a ranking commonly around #30 among fantasy football tight ends, Scheffler is a solid late round flyer pick who is primed for a comeback season in 2010.
Anthony Fasano – Mia
After a small breakout campaign in 2008, Fasano was on numerous fantasy football radars entering the 2009 season as a big time breakout candidate. Unfortunately for Fasano and fantasy football teams, the receiving stats just did not accumulate. Yet on the upside, it was not so much Fasano’s inability to be a good receiver that led to the down stats, but rather the fact that the Dolphins had a rookie quarterback in Chad Henne throwing the ball so the offensive molded into a high running attack rather than passing attack. Now entering the 2010 season having a much more experienced Henne running the offense, it seems reasonable to expect a lot more passing plays in the Dolphins offense this season. So with that in mind, Fasano could once again return to fantasy football tight end starter worthiness during the 2010 season.
Ben Watson – Cle
So what happens when a solid veteran pass catching tight end has a starting spot on a football team that has virtually no proven or reliable wide receivers? The answer, Ben Watson becomes fantasy football tight end starter worthy once again for fantasy football teams during the 2010 season. And I honestly would not worry about the lack of talent at quarterback in Cleveland, as this could actually mean even more targets to the tight end.