In 2018, Chris Herndon had an incredible season during his first year in the NFL. The Jets tight end caught 39 passes for 502 yards and four touchdowns. But a mix of injuries and suspensions kept Herndon off the field for all but one game in 2019. Now with a clean bill of health and no looming suspensions, fantasy football players are targeting Herndon as a late round pick in upcoming fantasy football drafts. Sports Illustrated’s fantasy football analyst Michael Fabiano and editor of JetsCoutnry Kristian Dyer discuss how to approach drafting Herndon in 2020.
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