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Both have their selling points. For Lee, it's experience. For Finley, it's potential. Each offers a degree of uncertainty as fantasy owners consider both players during their annual fantasy drafts this summer. Can Lee return to his 2007 form, when he ranked among the top 10 fantasy performers at his position? Can the unproven Finley live up to lofty expectations?
Fantasy owners are torn. So far, Lee has the edge in Average RapidDraft Position (he currently ranks 229th overall), but Finley is making up ground fast.
Fantasy owners know that there are two brands of tight ends: those who are durable and helpful every so often, and those who are difference-makers on a weekly basis. Lee is the former and Finley the latter. Finley not only can win the Packers' starting job, he possesses the athletic gifts to be the sleeper fantasy tight end of the year.
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