Tyler Kroft

Tyler Kroft Fantasy

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2019
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Height / Weight
6'6" / 252 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 15, 1992 (27)
Experience
6th Season
Drafted
2015 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 85 (CIN)
College
Rutgers

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Tyler Kroft News

Tyler Kroft Shows Up With a Touchdown in Week 15

Buffalo Bills tight end Tyler Kroft caught his only target in a Week 15 win over the Steelers, coming down with a 14-yard touchdown. The Bills did very little in the passing game outside of John Brown, but Kroft's touchdown was a critical one, helping to send the Bills to the playoffs for the first time in a while. Kroft won't be a fantasy option next week against the New England Patriots.

Dec. 15th • 11:35 PM
Tyler Kroft Not Worthy Of Rostering Or Starting For Week 10

Buffalo Bills tight end Tyler Kroft made some noise in Week 8 when he out-snapped fellow tight end Dawson Knox 36 to 28 and caught two of his four targets for 32 yards while Knox went catchless. Last week, however, Knox heavily out-snapped Kroft 47 to 16, and Kroft went without a catch in the game as Knox managed two receptions. The situation is a bit messy overall and the Bills passing offense isn't strong enough that it warrants watching the situation closely. Kroft can be left on waivers in all leagues.

Nov. 7th • 9:26 AM
Tyler Kroft Is A Risky Dart Throw For Week 9

Buffalo Bills tight end Tyler Kroft stole some of the shine off of rookie tight end Dawson Knox in Week 8 when Knox was shut out in the game and Kroft caught two of his four targets for 32 yards. In all likelihood, this situation is going to be messy going forward. The veteran Kroft is probably the more likely of the two tight ends to receive a higher target share, but it might be close to a 60/40 type of split. The Bills have a great matchup against the Redskins in Week 9, so there will be plenty of opportunities for Bills pass-catchers, but it's hard to know which one, or which ones, will stand out apart from wide receivers John Brown and Cole Beasley. Kroft is a dart throw at best in the deepest of leagues, but should be avoided if other options are out there.

Oct. 31st • 11:38 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Josh Allen
Matt Barkley
RB Devin Singletary
Zack Moss
LWR Stefon Diggs
Duke Williams
RWR John Brown
Isaiah McKenzie
SWR Cole Beasley
Isaiah Hodgins
TE Dawson Knox
Jason Croom
LT Dion Dawkins
Ty Nsekhe
LG Quinton Spain
Daryl Williams
C Mitch Morse
Evan Boehm
RG Jon Feliciano
Spencer Long
RT Cody Ford
Victor Salako
LDE Mario Addison
Trent Murphy
LDT Ed Oliver
Quinton Jefferson
RDT Vernon Butler
Harrison Phillips
RDE Jerry Hughes
A.J. Epenesa
WLB A.J. Klein
Vosean Joseph
MLB Tremaine Edmunds
Tyler Matakevich
SLB Matt Milano
Tyrel Dodson
RCB Josh Norman
Levi Wallace
SS Jordan Poyer
Jaquan Johnson
FS Micah Hyde
Dean Marlowe
LCB Tre'Davious White
NB Taron Johnson
K Stephen Hauschka
Tyler Bass