Fantasy football isn’t all about the touchdowns.
Sure, end-zone trips account for a large chunk of fantasy points. That’s why Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas was such a hit among fantasy owners last year: He scored 12 touchdowns in his breakout season.
It stands to reason that otherwise productive players get a little overlooked when they don’t make reservations for six as often as their peers. In the points-per-reception (PPR) format, however, they can actually be more consistent than their counterparts.