I don’t know how to further break it down to show how insanely lopsided it is. It’s so bad that it makes the case for Kelce to be the first overall pick because no other position has that kind of insane drop off in value.
Two people, maybe three if we’re lucky, get viable top end weekly production out of the spot, the other nine or ten players get inconsistent, sporadic scoring from the position. If you didn’t have to use a TE, most of them wouldn’t be drafted because the majority of them aren’t a good source of consistent scoring. It’s not just oh Kelce is better than everyone else, t