It’s Week 3 the 2020 NFL season and fantasy football is already testing players. Injuries dealt a brutal blow in Week 3 and after a week of doing the weekly waiver wire duel and making hard decisions, it’s time to make the most crucial decision of them all–setting your lineups! We’re talking about the Tight Ends.

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The tight end position has seen a little bit of everything. Every week it seems we have a new names to consider. Some young ones developing right on time and that’s very encouraging for what is typically a talent-starved position. Then there are the journeymen whose names we kick around each week.

It’s not always easy to navigate this feast or famine position, but we’re always looking out for the right matchups. Right now, let’s see which ones do NOT pass the grade for Week 3.

Dalton Schultz, Dallas Cowboys at Seattle Seahawks

In case you haven’t noticed, Jamal Adams really likes it in Seattle. He’s been a perfect fit in Pete Carroll’s defense as the guy who is shutting down opposing tight ends and helping in stuffing the run. Granted, the two tight ends he’s helped stuff, Hayden Hurst (Atlanta) and Ryan Izzo (New England) are not top tier tight ends, and to be honest, neither was Schultz until last week when he had to step in for the injured Blake Jarwin.

If you’re willing to hold out on Schultz, he has a better matchup in Week 4 (Cleveland) and we’d give the green light for him then.