Originally Posted by gravel
In my standard scoring(non-PPR) league, Gronkowski was the 6th highest scoring flex player(RB/WR/TE). There was only one WR ahead of him, Calvin Johnson. He was about 50 points ahead of Jimmy Graham, and Graham was 60 points ahead of the next highest TE, Aaron Hernandez. Looking at the 110 point gap between first and third, it looks like it makes sense if you expect a similar season from Gronk this year. There were 6 QBs before you have a 110 point gap, 9 RBs, and 20 WRs.
The question is, with all of the weapons in NE, will Gronk get as many catches and TDs this year?
Of the two top TEs, I would expect Graham to be more likely to repeat than Gronkowski. The fact NE has so many weapons (and two TEs) is scary. It is good to know that I'm not losing my mind though.
Of course, where I'm at in my draft (PPR, first year doing such), it may be irrelevant anyways.