Tony Moeaki | Kansas City Chiefs | TE
2012 Experience: 3rd Season
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Fantasy Football Outlook: Coming off a productive rookie season, Tony Moeaki looked primed to land as a teams TE2 on draft day, but with possible TE1 upside, during the season. Unfortunately Moeaki suffered a torn ACL in camp, and was lost for the season.
The rehab is going well, and Moeaki has the talent to be a future TE1 but don’t look to target him until the later rounds, in deep leagues.
If Moeaki was on a pass heavy team with a top-notch quarterback, he would be a possible top ten at his position, but instead he will be playing in the Chiefs run heavy offense, with a quarterback who is below average.
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2012 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: ADP's | Rankings | Mocks | Cheat Sheets + Auctions
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
While Tony Moeaki had a great rookie season, many fantasy owners may not have given him much of a thought because of the Chiefs conservative 2010 offense. When you look at Moeaki’s fantasy outlook and projections heading into this season, he will probably be a name that can be found off the waiver wire, early in the season.
However, I wouldn’t be surprised if Moeaki is starting in 12 team leagues by the middle of the season as this youngster has the attributes of someone that can build off his 47 receptions and 556 yards from a year ago. The Chiefs tipped their hand with the selection of receiver Jonathan Baldwin in the first round of the draft, in that they want to continue the development of the passing game.
Remember, Coach Todd Haley was the offensive coordinator with the Cardinals when they went to the Super Bowl so fantasy owners should look at him as more than just a ground and pound type of play caller. Maybe Moeaki isn’t worth drafting this summer, as Matt Cassel tends to be a slow starter, but this guy should be worth using as we head into the second half of the season.
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