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One of the most fun parts of managing a deep dynasty roster is cultivating value by planting seeds at the end of your bench during the offseason. We'll go position-by-position separate players out into Snorkel, Scuba, and Submarine levels to serve dynasty players of all levels.
Finally, tight ends, where the bar to fantasy relevance is low enough to introduce a new crop of contributors every season.
Jeremy Ruckert, NY Jets - Ruckert is already a force as a run blocker, and his role in the offense grew as the season went on. It's only a matter of time before he gets a shot to start.
Jelani Woods, Indianapolis - Remember him? He was a sleeper before going down for the season. He has already shown that he can be a red zone force, and this offense should be even better next year as long as Anthony Richardson stays healthy.
Luke Schoonmaker, Dallas - Jake Ferguson emerged this year and might block Schoonmaker from fantasy relevance for another year or two. Still, Schoonmaker has a higher ceiling, and it's clear that this offense will make its TE1 a good fantasy play, no matter who it is.
Cade Otton, Tampa Bay - Otton hasn't been consistent enough for fantasy to stay in lineups this year, but for the 24-year-old second-year player to be on the field for 90+% of snaps every single week in a very successful offense bodes well for his future.
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