In season long leagues it’s clear that there are three top-tier tight ends to pick in the first 3 rounds (Kelce, Kittle, Ertz in whatever order you want). After them, there isn’t even really a second tier anymore, it’s just a handful of somewhat uninspiring guys that’ll go way later in the draft.
I can’t say this is my original idea, but what if you used your 2nd AND 3rd round picks to get both Kelce and Kittle/Ertz? You’d be passing on some solid WR2/RB2s, but the general idea is that you could trade one for a kings ransom in a few weeks once other players understand that having guys like Cam Brate and Jesse James in their starting lineups is actually bad and they want to die.
Is this a good idea? Would this work as well as I think it might? Or would it be smarter to just use a third rounder on a back or receiver?