Jacob Tamme, TE, Denver Broncos
FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS
Jacob Tamme followed Peyton Manning from Indianapolis to Denver last year as free agents and he didn’t disappoint. His longtime gunslinger found him 52 times for 555 yards and 2 touchdowns. Tamme, the former Kentucky product, enjoyed his second most productive season in his five-year NFL career but with a total of 7 career touchdowns there isn’t too much to get excited about here. Put into account that he most likely will split time again at the tight end position and it is easy to figure out that you should be leaving him on the draft board unless you play in the deepest of fantasy leagues. Tamme should go undrafted.