Says Pro Football Focus:
It seems like a fait accompli that Goedert will see a rise in usage in his second season.
He had the third-most PPR points among rookie tight ends despite backing up the guy who set the all-time tight end target record, though at barely 90 PPR points he wasn’t exactly a fantasy monster.
Entering his second year, we’d expect him to at least crack 50 targets on the season (and likely much more).
As mentioned, Zach Ertz set the new all-time record in tight end targets, and put up lower per-target and per-reception yardage numbers than fellow elite tight ends Travis Kelce and George Kittle (and others), so if Goedert cuts into Ertz’ quantity, he could knock his positionmate down a peg.