Analyzing Tony Gonzalez's Long-Term Fantasy Value in 2013 After Week 4
Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez has made it clear the 2013 season will be his last in the NFL, and it's apparent he wants to go out with a bang as he absolutely exploded on Sunday.
Gonzalez was the go-to guy for Matt Ryan against New England on Sunday Night Football, catching a whopping 12 balls for 149 yards and two touchdowns—one in each half.
With a combination of injuries and attention from secondaries hampering the effectiveness of star wideouts Roddy White and Julio Jones, Gonzalez has emerged as a formidable target when secondaries blanket coverage on the two stars on the outside.
There were major questions as to how the 17-year veteran would end his career after failing to reach 40 yards receiving in each of his first three games, so Week 4's outburst couldn't have come at a better time.
Gonzalez remained as one of the top tight ends in fantasy football despite his slow start, and his coming-out party on Sunday Night Football only validates his elite position in the NFL. Fantasy GMs are lucky to have a reliable option like Gonzalez on their roster.
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