I decided to combine the last 3 positions together since there is usually a lower volume of these positions on rosters. Tight ends typically don’t score high points unless you have one of the top 3-5 players at the position. I tend to go after kickers that are on an offense that I know can put up points so that I can at least come away with 1 point if I can’t get 3+. As for defenses… I am looking for turnovers or sacks. If I can get both; that is even better. You have to be in good company to go in round 3 as a tight end. I felt Kyle Pitts is in that company. Going for 1,000 yards as a tight end is extremely rare. Doing it as a rookie is another feat in itself. He can have a receiver like impact on a position that struggles badly. His points could be the difference maker in setting owners apart from their opponents. He could possibly have a Calvin Johnson type impact when it comes to the red zone. In round 16 I selected my sleeper pick who I believe can be born again in Austin Hooper. He was a top notch tight end in Atlanta. Going to the Browns got him paid but not in touchdowns or yards. I blame that on the scheme and opportunities given. Sharing time between 3 tight ends and not getting fed the ball will get players on the cut list. The very next round Brevin Jordan was my option. He has potential to breakout. He is very much like a bruising running back when he catches the ball and has yard after catch opportunities. I started the defensive run in round 12 selecting Buffalo Bills defense. They have have good player at almost all defensive positions with a good offense that helps them play with a lead. As far as kickers go; Justin Tucker of the Ravens is one of the most consistent kickers in the league. He doesn’t miss much from especially from far out. Lamar Jackson can at least put him position for 1 pointers week after week.