Travis Kelce is a regular starter in every league that requires a tight end. This week, matched up with the Giants, he's even better than that. He's a guy you have to start in nearly any competition where tight ends are used. He's facing the Giants, and they're that bad against the position.
New York, as we've been mentioning in the Weekly for a while now, has allowed a tight end to score in every game. That includes good players (Jason Witten, Zach Ertz) and nobodies (Tyler Higbee, Garrett Celek). Nine games in a row now. (It's actually 10, if you want to dip back into last season; Jordan Reed scored in Week 17.) Two Bucs scored against this defense.
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Great quote from Celek after scoring this week. "I was told all week that I was a fantasy sleeper. I had to get everyone some points."
Kelce isn't a sleeper, but he looks great this week.