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Many Fantasy owners believe that when it comes to tight ends this season, there's Rob Gronkowski and no one else. The thought is that if you miss on Gronkowski then you've automatically lost at the position.

While Gronkowski is the clear-cut No. 1 Fantasy tight end, and he is worth drafting in the first round, all is not lost if you don't end up with him on your team. There are several quality Fantasy tight ends this season, and you just have to know when to draft them.

Yes, the position takes a hit with Jimmy Graham leaving the pass-happy Saints for the run-based Seahawks, and Julius Thomas also gets a downgrade leaving Peyton Manning for Blake Bortles. Antonio Gates is suspended for the first four games, and Zach Ertz (groin) is hurt coming into the season.

Maybe it is all doom and gloom after all. Or you can look at the bright side. Travis Kelce could emerge as the next Gronkowski, Greg Olsen could continue to post career numbers with Kelvin Benjamin (torn ACL) out and we get some new reliable starters in Tyler Eifert, Kyle Rudolph and Austin Seferian-Jenkins.

Martellus Bennett, Jordan Cameron and Delanie Walker could also prove to be standout options, and don't forget about Mr. Reliable in Jason Witten, who could rebound from last year's down season if the Cowboys throw more with DeMarco Murray gone. You don't have to give up on the season if you miss on Gronkowski.

And tight end might be trending in the right direction. Last year, there were 10 tight ends who reached 100 Fantasy points in a standard league and 12 who hit 150 points in PPR, which is a high in both formats over the past three years.

It would be great if that trend continues and we get more options scoring at a high level. But with all that said, I would still draft Gronkowski in the first round if possible, and he's worth selecting at No. 7 overall in standard leagues and No. 5 overall in PPR.

When healthy, Gronkowski dominates tight ends more than any player at any other position. Last year, he was 30 Fantasy points better than Gates in standard leagues and 37 points better than Graham in PPR for the season in just 15 games, and the disparity should be much wider in 2015.

If you don't believe in Gronkowski, pass on him in the first or second round -- his Average Draft Position is No. 16 overall -- and the negatives are his injury history and Tom Brady's potential four-game suspension. Those are valid reasons, but don't use the excuse of "I don't like my team after drafting Gronkowski" because I don't buy it. That's more on how you drafted then what he should mean to your roster.

And we're going to give you an example of a team with Gronkowski, as well as other rosters where tight ends should be drafted with an early-, mid- and late-round pick using ADP on CBS Sports. The projected Fantasy points are based on CBS Sports 2015 projections for standard leagues.

Taking Gronkowski in Round 1

From No. 9 overall …

Round | Overall selection | Player | Projected Fantasy points for 2015

1 | 9 | Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots | 162
2 | 16 | LeSean McCoy, RB, Bills | 178
3 | 33 | Frank Gore, RB, Colts | 135
4 | 40 | Brandin Cooks, WR, Saints | 136
5 | 57 | Amari Cooper, WR, Raiders | 108
6 | 64 | Ameer Abdullah, RB, Lions | 110
7 | 81 | Chris Ivory, RB, Jets | 131
8 | 88 | Ryan Tannehill, QB, Dolphins | 295
9 | 105 | Davante Adams, WR, Packers | 98
10 | 112 | Charles Johnson, WR, Vikings | 103
11 | 129 | Duke Johnson, RB, Browns | 30
12 | 136 | DeVante Parker, WR, Dolphins | 84
13 | 153 | Cardinals DST | 186
14 | 162 | Matt Bryant, K, Falcons | 138
Total points: 1,894

I changed the ADP to draft Gronkowski in Round 1 and then took the best player available near No. 16, which was McCoy. Gore gives you a standout No. 2 running back in any format, but I wouldn't overlook a receiver in Round 3. That said, getting Cooks and Cooper at their ADP in those spots makes this team special if both play to expectations. You then end up with amazing backup running back/flex options in Abdullah, Ivory and Duke Johnson and a Top 10 quarterback in Tannehill. The backup receivers could see their ADP rise, especially Adams following Jordy Nelson's torn ACL, but those are the type of receivers you need to hit on behind these starters. If you build your roster this way with Gronkowski you can't be upset about the outcome.

Drafting Graham in Round 3

From No. 5 overall …

Round | Overall selection | Player | Projected Fantasy points for 2015

1 | 5 | Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seahawks | 228
2 | 20 | A.J. Green, WR, Bengals | 163
3 | 29 | Jimmy Graham, TE, Seahawks | 136
4 | 44 | Andre Ellington, RB, Cardinals | 139
5 | 53 | Julian Edelman, WR, Patriots | 144
6 | 68 | Matthew Stafford, QB, Lions | 309
7 | 77 | Giovani Bernard, RB, Bengals | 119
8 | 92 | Steve Smith, WR, Ravens | 121
9 | 101 | Allen Robinson, WR, Jaguars | 105
10 | 116 | David Cobb, RB, Titans | 91
11 | 125 | Bishop Sankey, RB, Titans | 59
12 | 140 | Devin Funchess, WR, Panthers | 84
13 | 149 | Bengals DST | 176
14 | 164 | Dan Carpenter, K, Bills | 138
Total points: 2,012

Graham is the No. 2 tight end based on ADP, and he's being drafted in the third round. That's good value given his outlook for this year. His targets (at least 125 targets a season for the past four years) should decline going to the Seahawks, and Russell Wilson doesn't attempt as many passes as Drew Brees (Wilson attempted a career-high 452 passes last season and Brees, by comparison, has attempted at least 650 passes in every year of Graham's career). Touchdowns should save Graham's production, and he should post relevant enough stats to keep him second behind Gronkowski. After starting your team with a No. 1 running back like Lynch and a stud receiver like Green then it's easy to grab Graham. And as you can see here there are still quality players around him to make this roster work.

Drafting Bennett in Round 6

From No. 7 overall …

Round | Overall selection | Player | Projected Fantasy points for 2015

1 | 7 | Antonio Brown, WR, Steelers | 212
2 | 18 | Calvin Johnson, WR, Lions | 178
3 | 31 | Lamar Miller, RB, Dolphins | 177
4 | 42 | Latavius Murray, RB, Raiders | 149
5 | 55 | T.J. Yeldon, RB, Jaguars | 129
6 | 66 | Martellus Bennett, TE, Bears | 108
7 | 79 | Eli Manning, QB, Giants | 302
8 | 90 | Alfred Blue, RB, Texans | 94
9 | 103 | Michael Floyd, WR, Cardinals | 119
10 | 114 | John Brown, WR, Cardinals | 103
11 | 127 | Knile Davis, RB, Chiefs | 85
12 | 138 | Eddie Royal, WR, Bears | 99
13 | 151 | Ravens DST | 179
14 | 164 | Dan Bailey, K, Cowboys | 131
Total points: 2,065

You're starting to see the benefit of waiting on a tight end when you can draft two top-five receivers in Brown and Johnson and then three Top 24 running backs in Miller, Murray and Yeldon before a tight end in Round 6. And Bennett has the chance for another big season after last year's breakout campaign with career highs in catches (90), yards (916) and touchdowns (six). Brandon Marshall is gone, and Kevin White (leg) could miss the entire season. That leaves Bennett in a position to be needed along with Alshon Jeffery, Matt Forte and Eddie Royal, and I like going after Bennett with a mid-round pick. You still get a good quarterback like Manning after Round 7 and key reserves in Blue, Floyd, Brown, Davis and Royal. There's a lot to like about this roster construction.

Waiting on a tight end

From No. 6 overall …

Round | Overall selection | Player | Projected Fantasy points for 2015

1 | 6 | Andrew Luck, QB, Colts | 389
2 | 19 | Jeremy Hill, RB, Bengals | 180
3 | 30 | Mike Evans, WR, Buccaneers | 173
4 | 43 | Carlos Hyde, RB, 49ers | 132
5 | 54 | Golden Tate, WR, Lions | 136
6 | 67 | Martavis Bryant, WR, Steelers | 123
7 | 78 | LeGarrette Blount, RB, Patriots | 106
8 | 91 | Isaiah Crowell, RB, Browns | 110
9 | 102 | Larry Fitzgerald, WR, Cardinals | 94
10 | 115 | David Johnson, RB, Cardinals | 37
11 | 126 | Kendall Wright, WR, Titans | 104
12 | 139 | Tyler Eifert, TE, Bengals | 59
13 | 150 | Cody Parkey, K, Eagles | 138
14 | 163 | Chargers DST | 170
Total points: 1,951

Eifert is one of my favorite sleepers this season, and I'm thrilled to see his potential now that he's healthy from last year's elbow problem, and Jermaine Gresham is no longer a roadblock to his playing time. I'll wait out Eifert in all leagues because if he whiffs and I need to start streaming there are so many guys who could be spot starters who could go undrafted. Guys behind Eifert based on ADP include Vernon Davis, Seferian-Jenkins, Larry Donnell, Jordan Reed, Eric Ebron and Ladarius Green. That's an interesting group, and I wouldn't be surprised if a couple of them emerged as top-10 Fantasy tight ends this year. But Eifert has that same upside, and look at the roster he joins in Round 12. Now, his ADP is expected to rise in the coming weeks, but he's definitely someone to target in all formats this year.

As you can see, the team with Gronkowski wasn't the highest scorer, although I'm expecting much higher point totals for Adams following Nelson's injury and Duke Johnson. Still, it shows you can wait on tight end with Graham in Round 3 and someone like Bennett in Round 6 and build a great team.

If you miss on the starting-caliber tight ends because you load up on other positions then you can go the streaming route and play the matchups on a week-to-week basis. One guy I target if I plan to stream tight ends is Benjamin Watson, who takes over for Graham as the starter for the Saints. There's upside there if he remains the full-time starter in New Orleans over Josh Hill, which is the case in the preseason, and he's a good streaming option for Week 1 against the Cardinals, who have struggled with tight ends in recent years.

The tight ends you should target this season are Olsen and Kelce in Round 5 based on their ADP, and I expect both to be in contention for a Top 3 spot at tight end barring injury. I would let Graham pass on Draft Day to target one of these tight ends after the wave of running backs and receivers come off the board.

If I miss on Kelce, Olsen or Bennett then I typically wait for Cameron or Walker or just sit back for the group of Eifert, Rudolph and Seferian-Jenkins. You can also target Dwayne Allen in this range, but I expect a drop-off in touchdowns for him with all the mouths to feed in Indianapolis. It's doubtful I'll be drafting Allen, Coby Fleener, Thomas or Gates this season because I'm expecting a downturn in production from a year ago.

Gronkowski might be the best tight end in the NFL and a Fantasy stud, but he's not the only tight end who can help you win your league. The position feels deep, and we just need a few players to emerge this season to make us all happy as Fantasy owners.