By Kyle Yates (FantasyPros), Fri, Sep 17th 2021, 3:25pm EDT
This TE room was essentially a near-even split from a Receiving Routes Run perspective in week one, but Dallas Goedert was the one that was able to make his mark for fantasy lineups. With that being said, Goedert ran a total of 26 Receiving Routes against Atlanta and Zach Ertz ran 23, which makes trusting Goedert as a locked-in TE1 a difficult thing. There's a strong possibility that next week, the ball heads Ertz's way more than Goedert's and that's a dangerous world to live in for fantasy managers. Goedert is absolutely still worth considering as a low-end TE1 just because of his touchdown upside and the nature of the position, but we shouldn't get too carried away just yet and call him a locked-in mid-range TE1.