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Carson Wentz and that Philly offense revolves a whole lot around the tight end position, and for good reason when you have a guy like Zach Ertz. But even in the two games Ertz missed back in 2017, their backup Trey Burton caught 7 balls for 112 yards and 3 TDs.

Dallas Goedert’s play in his rookie year indicates that his ceiling is massive if given opportunity. Ertz didn’t miss any games last year, but Goedert showed that when he gets a handful of targets, he can perform. In three games with 5+ targets, he totaled 160 yards and 3 TDs.

With you potentially grabbing Ertz with your second or third pick in 2019 and Goedert possibly going undrafted, why not draft him with your last pick and protect your early round investment?

Do you like to invest in obvious handcuffs or would you rather just shoot for upside elsewhere with all of your late picks? Interested in your handcuff strategies 👇👇