For the last few years, there’s been two tight ends that have dominated in fantasy football. Both Travis Kelce and George Kittle have really set themselves apart from the rest of the pass catching tight ends around the league. It’s not a surprise to see them being drafted -albeit interchangeably - as the No. 1 and No. 2 tight end off the board in nearly every single fantasy draft. San Francisco and Kittle agreed on a five year extension, worth $75 million, making him the highest paid tight end in the league. Sports Illustrated’s Ben Heisler and the editor of All49ers Grant Cohn discussed Kittle’s new contract and debated which should be drafted first in 2020 fantasy leagues.
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