Madden 20 Ultimate Team: Best bargain tight ends (TE) in MUT - Jared Cook, Dallas Clark & more

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The tight end position is going through a rough patch this
year in the NFL. Following the retirement of the great Rob Gronkowski has left
a big hole at the position, and a lot of offenses don’t feature the position

That is not true in Madden, where the TE spot continues to be a match-up problem for defenses that players can exploit.

However, the best and biggest TE cards are incredibly expensive, which often means players end up relying on power-ups or lucky pulls in packs to fill the position.


If you want a game-changer at tight end but aren’t keen to
drop 100,000+ coins on one we have the answer for you.

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These are the best bargain tight ends in MUT that you can
buy for under 30,000 coins.

Jared Cook (87 OVR)

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Program: Veterans


Team: New Orleans Saints

Auction House Value: Xbox – 21,600 / PS4 – 24,600 / PC –

Jared Cook has long been an effective tight end in the NFL, and his first year in New Orleans has been no different. Last year he had a career-high of 896 yards and six touchdowns. He’s already found the endzone six times in 2019.

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Cook brings a strong 86 catching, 86 jumping, and 85
acceleration to the field, making him a safe target in the short area and red

Dallas Clark (86 OVR)

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Program: Legends


Team: Indianapolis Colts

Auction House Value: Xbox – 28,100 / PS4 – 22,100 / PC

Dallas Clark was a key part of the Indianapolis Colts’ success in the 2000s, consistently being an outlet for Peyton Manning and tormenting defenses that would try to slow down the Colts.

Clark has terrific hands, with 86 catching and 86 catch in
traffic as well as 85 medium route running. His 77 speed isn’t great, but you
can work him open with some smart plays and trust him to snag the ball.

Dallas Clark (85 OVR)

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Program: Legends


Team: Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Auction House Value: Xbox – 18,800 / PS4 – 18,100 / PC

This Clark card is from his 2012 season with Tampa Bay.
After finally departing Indianapolis Clark caught 47 passes for 435 yards and
four touchdowns in his first year away from Indy.

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This Clark card is a little cheaper and brings 85 catching,
85 catch in traffic, and 84 medium route running, so is a small downgrade on
the 86 OVR version.

Hunter Henry (85 OVR)

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Program: TOTW


Team: Los Angeles Chargers

Auction House Value: Xbox – 19,000 / PS4 – 17,000 / PC –

Hunter Henry missed all of the 2018 season with a torn ACL,
but returned this year and has played well, earning this TOTW card in Week 6
with a 100 yard and two touchdown game against Pittsburgh.

This TOTW Hunter Henry brings good burst with 85
acceleration as well as nice hands with 82 catching, 82 spectacular catch, and
80 catch in traffic. It’s also a solid blockers with 80 run block.

Shannon Sharpe (85 OVR)

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Program: Legends


Team: Denver Broncos

Auction House Value: Xbox – 17,900 / PS4 – 19,500 / PC –

Better known now for his fast-talking TV shows, Shannon
Sharpe was a superb tight end in the 90s for the Denver Broncos, winning two
Super Bowls there before moving to Baltimore in 2000 and claiming a third ring
with the Ravens.

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This Premier Legends card of Shannon Sharpe has 80 short route running, catching, and catch in traffic. It also has a nice 79 medium route running and 77 speed.

The best bargain tight ends (TE) in MUT

Player OVR Team Program AH Value (Xbox/PS4)
Jared Cook87New Orleans SaintsVeterans21.6k / 24.6k
Dallas Clark86Indianapolis ColtsLegends21.6k / 24.6k
Dallas Clark85Tampa Bay BuccaneersLegends18.8k / 18.1k
Hunter Henry85Los Angeles ChargersTOTW19k / 17k
Shannon Sharpe85Denver BroncosLegends17.9k / 19.5k
Kyle Rudolph85Minnesota VikingsTOTW17.3k / 19.4k
 Tyler Higbee84Los Angeles RamsTOTW17.9k / 17.1k
Dallas Clark84Indianapolis ColtsLegends17.1k / 17k
Shannon Sharpe84Baltimore RavensLegends16.9k / 17.6k
Austin Hooper84Atlanta FalconsTOTW16.7k / 16.1k
Tony Gonzalez84Kansas City ChiefsNFL 10016.6k / 17.3k
Zach Ertz84Philadelphia EaglesCore Elite16.8k / 18k
Jordan Reed84Washington RedskinsMUT Superstars16.3k / 16k
Gerald Everett83Los Angeles RamsTOTW9k / 9.1k
Delanie Walker83Tennessee TitansCore Elite9.9k / 10.1k
Shannon Sharpe83Denver BroncosLegends9.5k / 9.7k
Hayden Hurst83Baltimore RavensTOTW8.8k / 9.4k
Ryan Griffin83New York JetsTOTW9.6k / 9.6k

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