The one difference between my Mock Draft 3.0 and its predecessors is that this Mock Draft includes a second and third round. This will allow us to have a Mock Draft to compare with the actual NFL Draft on our Live NFL Draft Broadcast. While a lot of people are only interested in the first round, Super Bowls are won and lost on the second and third day of the NFL Draft. If you look at the All-Pro first team last year, it is littered with players that were not taken until the second or third day of the NFL Draft. It is also littered with players that were not drafted at all.
Here is how I see the second day of the NFL Draft going this year. This Mock Draft assumes there will be no trades, but we obviously know that teams will be wheeling and dealing to make sure they draft their favorite prospects, but also find good value. The first round of Mock 3.0 can be found HERE.
33) Cleveland Browns: Utah OT Garett Bolles – Bolles should be able to contribute immediately in 2017. He is one of the faster offensive linemen in the NFL Draft and at 6’ 5” and 297 lb.; he has the size to be a starter this year. The Browns need some help along the offensive line and Bolles would be a welcome addition to that unit.
34) San Francisco 49ers: Penn State WR Chris Godwin – Godwin did not have the best numbers at Penn State, but he did score 11 touchdowns and he has been a star of the draft evaluation process with a 40-yard dash time of 4.42 seconds and a broad jump of 10’ 6.” The 49ers need playmakers and Godwin has the physical tools to develop into an elite NFL receiver.
35) Jacksonville Jaguars: Ole Miss TE Evan Ingram – The Jaguars have a need at tight end with the trade of TE Julius Thomas and Engram is a very athletic tight end that could help this offense stretch the middle of the field the way they envisioned when they signed Thomas.
36) Chicago Bears: Texas Tech QB Patrick Mahomes II – I do not think Mahomes goes in the first round, but the Bears need to find a quarterback for the future and by not taking one with the third pick, I think they really need to address quarterback with this pick.
37) Los Angeles Rams: Kansas State DE / LB Jordan Willis – The Rams would like to improve on their 31 sacks from last year and Willis is one of the best pass rushers in this draft. He ran a 4.53 second 40-yard dash and his 6.85-second three-cone time was impressive for a man that is 6’ 4” and 255 lb. He has a ton of versatility and should be a major upgrade to their pass rush.
38) Los Angeles Chargers: Wisconsin OLB T.J. Watt – Watt may not make it to the second round, as he has been impressive at his Pro Day and the NFL Combine. Defensive coordinator Wade Phillips is familiar with the Watt family; he coached Texans DE J.J. Watt while Phillips was the defensive coordinator in Houston. Watt would give the Chargers a high motor from the outside that always seems to be around the football.
39) New York Jets: Ohio State CB Gareon Conley – Ohio State went quarterback in the first round, so they need to upgrade a pass defense that was terrible last year, especially against the deep pass. Conley needs to develop to be a shutdown cornerback, but his 4.44-second 40-yard dash time and 37” vertical jump give him the tools to develop into a shutdown cornerback down the road.
40) Carolina Panthers: Tennessee RB Alvin Kamara – The Panthers need to add a running back that can be part of a committee this year and develop into a feature back in the future. Kamara would make an excellent backup to veteran RB Jonathan Stewart and he could step in as a featured back when Stewart eventually injures his foot again at some point this season.
41) Cincinnati Bengals: Auburn DE Carl Lawson – I think durability concerns will keep him out of the first round, but he has too many physical gifts as a pass rusher to fall beyond the second round. Cincinnati needs to add some pass rush; they could also look for an offensive lineman at this spot.
42) New Orleans Saints: Ohio State WR Curtis Samuel – Samuel is a player that many scouts expect to be a player that can dominate in the slot, at scat running back and in the return game. Wide receiver became an area of need when they traded WR Brandin Cooks to New England. A player with Samuel’s versatility would fit into New Orleans perfectly.
43) Philadelphia Eagles: Clemson CB Cordrea Tankersley – The Eagles D was much improved under rookie head coach Doug Pederson, but they still need a cornerback and Tankersley has the size (6’ 1” and 195 lb.) and speed (4.40 40-yard dash) to develop into a great cornerback at the NFL level.
44) Buffalo Bills: Colorado CB Chidobe Awuzie – It is such a deep cornerback class this year, I would not be surprised if Awuzie went at the end of the first round, it just depends on how the teams have these cornerbacks rated on their draft board. Awuzie is a four-year starter that has the ability to play the slot corner immediately. He would help a Bills team that lost CB Stephon Gilmore.
45) Arizona Cardinals: California QB Davis Webb – This would give them a chance to draft a quarterback and develop him for the future. QB Carson Palmer started the season playing below average and even though his play improved at the end of the year, they cannot go into 2017 with no backup plan if the 37-year old Palmer’s play were to decline or he were to suffer an injury.
46) Indianapolis Colts: Western Michigan OT Taylor Moton – Moton had a great NFL Combine and his stock has been going up over the past month. He is a player that some scouts think projects better at guard than tackle. Indianapolis needs to upgrade a disastrous offensive line and Moton is a player that can provide depth at multiple positions and develop into a quality starter.
47) Baltimore Ravens: Missouri OLB Charles Harris – I initially had Harris going at the end of the first round in earlier Mock Drafts, but he finished 29th out of 32 edge rushers by SPARQ score at the NFL Combine. His 61 tackles, nine sacks and two forced fumbles in 2016 will be enough to put him in the second round and the Ravens need to find a pass rusher. He is is more suited for 3-4 linebacker and he would be able to help the Ravens pass rush immediately.
48) Minnesota Vikings: Florida DT Caleb Brantley – The Vikings made offensive line their priority in free agency, but they have to think about an insurance option if DT Sharrif Floyd is unable to play this year (knee injury). Brantley did not have the best NFL Combine, which will probably keep him out of the first round. Brantley was a second-team All-SEC selection and he has enough good tape to stay in the second round. He would be a great insurance policy for Floyd that could develop into a quality starter.
49) Washington: Alabama LB Tim Williams – I think some off-field issues and failed drug tests will keep him from going in the first round, but Washington needs pass rush and Williams is a guy that can contribute immediately as a rookie in a pass rushing role.
50) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon – Mixon would probably have been taken in the first round if talent were the only consideration. His arrest as a freshman for striking a woman in an Oklahoma bar will probably cause him to slide out of the first two rounds. I think the talent will eventually become too much for someone to pass up and the Buccaneers did host him for a draft visit leading up to the NFL Draft.
51) Denver Broncos: Ohio State ILB Raekwon McMillan – I originally had the Chiefs going with McMillan at the back of the first round, but he is entrenched as a second round pick in many of the Mock Drafts I have been reading. I do not think he will make it back to the Chiefs in the second round, the Broncos need to find an inside linebacker and McMillan is someone that could start for them this year.
52) Cleveland Browns (via Tennessee Titans): North Carolina State S Josh Jones – He ran his 40-yard dash in 4.41-seconds, tallied a vertical jump of 37.5” and lifted 225 lb. 20 times. There are rumblings that he could be a surprise first round pick, so Cleveland would be ecstatic if he fell to this spot and gave them a fourth prospect with first round value in this draft.
53) Detroit Lions: East Carolina WR Zay Jones – Jones played in a pass happy offense and managed to catch 158 passes for 1,746 yards and eight touchdowns. Zach Whitman of 3sigmaathlete.com has a SPARQ scoring system that was developed by Nike that measures athleticism and Jones ranked second among all receivers with a score of 133.7. I think his Combine performance will be enough for him to go in the second round and he would be a nice addition to a Lions team that could use a third receiver that can contribute immediately.
54) Miami Dolphins: Colorado CB Ahkello Witherspoon – At 6’ 3” and 198 lb., Witherspoon has the size to play bigger receivers at the NFL level. He also ran his 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds and he logged a 40.5” vertical jump. He would be a major upgrade for the Dolphins secondary, which surrendered 30 passing touchdowns last year.
55) New York Giants: Florida State OT Roderick Johnson – Johnson is one of the more intriguing players in this draft. At 6’ 7” and 298 lb., his physical tools have him as a first round talent. He was very inconsistent at Florida State and he has some bad game tape that does not make sense given his physical gifts. The Giants need help on the offensive line, but he will take a year or two to develop.
56) Oakland Raiders: Florida CB Quincy Wilson – The Raiders need depth in the secondary and Wilson would give them a player that 6’ 1” and 211 lb. and can run the 40-yard dash in 4.54 seconds. Some scouts think he will eventually move to safety, which will give the Raiders a player that can play multiple positions as a rookie.
57) Houston Texans: Pittsburgh QB Nathan Peterman – The Texans have not been able to make it over the hump with bad quarterback play and they need someone with pro style offense experience that could take snaps this year if necessary. Peterman is a player that has experience in a pro style offense, but probably needs a couple seasons to develop into a quality starter.
58) Seattle Seahawks: Troy OT Antonio Garcia – Garcia had a great Senior Bowl and a good NFL Combine and is likely to go in the first two rounds. Seattle needs to add offensive lineman in this draft and after taking a cornerback in the first round, they will need to use a couple picks to rebuild an offensive line that was among the worst units in the league last year.
59) Kansas City Chiefs: USC CB Adoree’ Jackson – He is a little on the small side at 5’ 10” and 186 lb., which I think will keep him from being a low first round or high second round selection. Kansas City could use some help at the slot cornerback position and Jackson is someone that could help them in that regard in 2017.
60) Dallas Cowboys: Washington FS Budda Baker – The Cowboys lost two cornerbacks in free agency and they need a free safety. Baker is a little undersized at 5’ 10” and 195 lb., but he is a great playmaker with good speed that can play both safety and slot corner as he develops into a NFL starter.
61) Green Bay Packers: Pittsburgh G Dorian Johnson – The Green Bay Packers lost G T.J. Lang in free agency, so they need to address the offensive line. Johnson is a great value in the second round, he can play both guard and tackle and he has been starting since his freshman season. He would give them good depth in 2017 and he could develop into a starter down the road.
62) Pittsburgh Steelers: Houston OLB Tyus Bowser – Bowser had a very good NFL Combine with a 4.65 second 40-yard dash, 37.5” vertical jump and benching 225 lb. 21 times. The Steelers are in need of both inside and outside linebacker in this draft, so I think they use address outside linebacker after going inside linebacker at the end of the first round.
63) Atlanta Falcons: Tennessee CB Cameron Sutton – He is a little on the small side at 5’ 11” and 188 lb., but Atlanta could use some help at the slot cornerback position and Sutton is a four-year starter that should be able to step in this year and provide depth at the cornerback position.
64) Carolina Panthers (via New England Patriots): Minnesota CB Jalen Myrick – The Panthers secondary was not the same without CB Josh Norman, who departed in free agency for Washington. He is a little undersized at 5’ 10” and 200 lb., but he has blazing speed (4.29 second 40-yard dash) and he has the ability to contribute as a returner while he develops into a NFL cornerback.
65) Cleveland Browns: Indiana G Dan Feeney – The Browns have a need at both guard and tackle and Feeney is a four-year starter that could be ready to contribute in 2017. He would be a welcome addition to a line that needs some toughness in the middle of the offensive line and he would provide depth with the ability to play center.
66) San Francisco 49ers: Temple OG Dion Dawkins – Dawkins is exactly what a team is looking for in the third round. He has first or second round ability, he can play both guard and tackle and he should be able to contribute immediately. The 49ers are in need of both guard and tackle help, so Dawkins would be a great value that would also fill a need.
67) Chicago Bears: Iowa FS Desmond King – King was able to compete in the 40-yard dash at his Pro Day and ran the 40-yard dash in 4.50 seconds. He is a very good playmaker that is always around the ball and he could compete for playing time in 2017 in a Bears secondary that is in need of upgrades across the board.
68) Jacksonville Jaguars: Miami QB Brad Kaaya – QB Blake Bortles looked like he had the ability to be a franchise quarterback in 2015 before he regressed in 2016. I think they need a better backup than QB Chad Henne and they need someone they feel comfortable turning to if they decide not to exercise Bortles’ option for the 2018 season. Kaaya will not be ready to start in 2017, but projects as someone that could develop into a starting quarterback, so I think this pick makes a lot of sense.
69) Los Angeles Rams: Alabama WR ArDarius Stewart – Unless the Rams are going to hope that free agent WR Robert Woods is going to turn around their weak receiving core, they had best add a receiver in this draft. Stewart struggled to put up big numbers with freshman QB Jalen Hurts, but his 54 receptions for 864 yards and eight scores should lead him to being selected in the late second or early third round. I like him to land with the Rams.
70) New York Jets: Ohio State C Pat Elflein – The Jets are in need of a center after parting ways with longtime C Nick Mangold. Elfein is a three-time First-Team All-Big Ten selection and he would be able to give them depth at both center and guard while they develop him into a starting center.
71) Los Angeles Chargers: San Diego State G Nico Siragusa – The Chargers need to improve on the offensive line and Siragusa has the physical talent to be a Day 1 starter at guard. He is 6’ 4” and 319 lb. and he has 33.5” arms. He also showed great athleticism at the NFL Combine, leading offensive lineman with a 32” vertical, benching 225 lb. 28 times and posting a short shuttle time of 4.56 seconds. He would really upgrade an offensive line that has been a question mark in recent years.
72) New England Patriots (via Carolina Panthers): Vanderbilt OT William Holden – He is a little lean for an offensive tackle at 6’ 7” and 312 lb., but he has a very good frame and the footwork to play offensive tackle at the NFL level. New England develops players better than any team in the NFL and it is not realistic to think there will be a guaranteed Day 1 starter at the 72nd pick. The Patriots need help on the offensive line and this would be an excellent addition.
73) Cincinnati Bengals: Utah G Isaac Asiata – The Bengals offensive line took a hit in free agency and Asiata would give them three-time All-Pac 12 selection that led all offensive lineman at the NFL Combine with 35 reps of 225 lb. At 6’ 3” and 323 lb., he has the size and strength to be a strong guard on the interior.
74) Philadelphia Eagles: Ohio DE Tarell Basham – His stock has been rising in recent weeks and I would not be shocked if he made it to the second round. He was the Mid-American Conference Defensive Player of the Year with 11.5 sacks and 16 tackles for a loss. At 6’ 4” and 269 lb. he has the size to play a 4-3 DE and the speed to play a 3-4 linebacker, so he would give the Eagles good depth at the defensive end spot with the potential to develop into a starter.
75) Buffalo Bills: Ashland TE Adam Shaheen – The Bills could use an upgrade at tight end and Shaheen is an absolute monster at 6’ 6” and 278 lb. He played against Division II competition, but he scored 26 touchdowns the last two seasons and he could contribute this year, especially in the red zone.
76) New Orleans Saints: Alabama LB Ryan Anderson – New Orleans needs some linebacker help in this draft. Anderson probably does not have the speed and size to develop into an All-Pro linebacker, but he is a good player that comes from a great program that could end up being a quality starter in the NFL. There is a debate about whether he will be better as a 4-3 SAM an outside linebacker in a 3-4 scheme, but he is a very good football player that could start for years in the NFL.
77) Arizona Cardinals: Alabama S Eddie Jackson – Jackson was a star his junior season with six interceptions and two touchdowns. That allowed him to be selected All-SEC first team and AP All-American third team. Unfortunately, 2016 did not go as well, as he broke his leg and missed most of the season. The Cardinals need a young safety to replace the departed Tony Jefferson. Jackson can contribute on special teams early and develop into a starter down the road.
78) Baltimore Ravens: USC WR JuJu Smith-Schuster – He is fast enough in the 40-yard dash, especially for his size (6’ 1” and 215 lb.). There are a lot of people that think he can develop into a starting receiver, but he lacks the freakish athleticism that has people saying he could be a star. I think he is a good value pick in the third round; he should make the roster and be able to contribute as a rookie.
79) Minnesota Vikings: Toledo RB Kareem Hunt – I do not think that the signing of RB Latavius Murray will keep them out of the market for a running back. Hunt is capable of being in a committee his rookie year and developing into a starter. He ran his 40-yard dash in 4.57 seconds and he has the size and talent to help them this year and possibly developing into a starter.
80) Indianapolis Colts: Miami OG Danny Isidora – After taking an offensive tackle in the second round, they turn to guard in the third round. Isidora started 38 consecutive games at Miami and running backed averaged 5.44 yards per carry between the tackles. He would be a welcome addition to help improve their running game.
81) Washington Redskins: Utah S Marcus Williams – Washington needs to think about becoming younger at the free safety position and Williams was a star at the NFL Combine with a 43.5” vertical jump, 129.0” broad jump and a 4.56 second 40-yard dash. He also is a very good safety, as he posted five interceptions at Utah and had 10 interceptions against only 44 targets in 2015 and 2016.
82) Denver Broncos: Washington CB Sidney Jones – Jones may not play this year, as he tore his Achilles tendon at his Pro Day. Denver is deep enough at cornerback that they can afford to redshirt him this year, but they do need to find talent to upgrade an aging unit. Jones would have been a first round pick had it not been for the injury, so Denver drafts a very good player that will be able to help them in 2018.
83) Tennessee Titans: Texas A & M SS Justin Evans – The way I have my first round mock, the Titans end up with a cornerback and not a safety. I think they address safety in the third round and Evans is a great athlete that posted a 4.45 second 40-yard dash and a 41.5” vertical jump. He may not be available here, as I have seen mocks that give him a second round grade.
84) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Georgia State WR Rob Davis – I am not sure if he will sneak into Day 2, but his combine performance compared to Atlanta Falcons WR Julio Jones back in 2011. He ran his 40-yard dash in 4.44 seconds, vertical jumped 41” and bench-pressed 225 lb. 19 times. He also had a very good game against Wisconsin, which had one of the best secondary units in the NCAA last year. Tampa Bay did sign WR DeSean Jackson in free agency, but they also need to add some youth at the position.
85) Detroit Lions: West Virginia CB Rasul Douglas – Detroit needs to think about a cornerback in this draft in a division with the Green Bay Packers. Douglas has good size at 6’ 2” and 209 lb. He is not the fastest cornerback (4.59 second 40-yard dash), but he did have eight interceptions last year and he always seems to be around the football.
86) Minnesota Vikings from Miami Dolphins: Michigan T Erik Magnuson – He will probably take a couple years to develop, but he is 6′ 5″ and 305 lb. with the ability to play both tackle and guard. He would be good depth for a rebuilding offensive line that needs to add more depth to complement their free agent additions.
87) New York Giants: South Florida RB Marlon Mack – The Giants do not need a featured back in this draft, but they need someone to pair with RB Paul Perkins that has the ability to catch out of the backfield. Mack is a player that can serve as a scat back early in his career and could develop into a starter if Perkins is not able to be a featured back.
88) Oakland Raiders: Texas RB D’Onta Foreman – The Raiders lost their leading rusher, RB Latavius Murray in free agency to Minnesota. Murray led their backfield with 12 rushing touchdowns and the Raiders need a physical back to replace him. Forman is a big man at 234 lb., but that size did not prevent him from registering a 4.45 second 40-yard dash and a 33” vertical. I think he would be a nice addition to a backfield that lacks a physical runner.
89) Houston Texans: Florida CB Teez Tabor – Nobody damaged their draft stock more than Tabor. I would not be surprised if he ended up being a Day 3 selection. Before the NFL Combine and his Pro Day, he was a first round selection. He then went and ran a 4.62 second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine and made matters worse with a 4.75 second 40-yard dash at his Pro Day. There is enough good tape of him that he could still be a Day 2 selection, but I think he is going to tumble down the board in a deep cornerback draft.
90) Seattle Seahawks: Charlotte DT Larry Ogunjobi – I have read projections that have him being a second round pick, which could happen, because this is not the extremely deep defensive tackle draft that it was in 2016. Seatle has a great defense, but they could afford to add some quality depth on the defensive line.
91) Kansas City Chiefs: Eastern Washington WR Cooper Kupp – The Chiefs need a red zone threat at receiver and Kupp has good size at 6’ 2” and 195 lb. He dominated at a small school, posting 117 receptions for 1,700 yards and 17 touchdowns. I think a slow 40-yard dash keeps him out of the first round, but he should still be a Day 2 selection.
92) Dallas Cowboys: Virginia Tech TE Bucky Hodges – The Cowboys need to think about life after TE Jason Witten, who is at the back end of his career. Hodges is not ready to start this year, as he is more receiver than tight end. He could still play a big role for them this year as a receiver and learn from one of the best how the tight end position is played.
93) Green Bay Packers: Wyoming RB Brian Hill – He helped himself at his Pro Day by running the 40-yard dash in 4.47 seconds, an improvement over his 4.54 time at the NFL Combine. He has the ability to run the ball and catch and at 6’ 1” and 220 lb., he has the size to be a good complement to receiving RB Ty Montgomery
94) Pittsburgh Steelers: Michigan TE Jake Butt – The Steelers tried to replace TE Heath Miller with TE Ladarius Green, but Green cannot be counted on to stay healthy. Butt suffered an ACL tear in the Orange Bowl, but all indications are that he will be ready for football activity in July and he should be ready to play football this year. He could have been in the first round conversation had it not been for the injury, which makes him a good value pick in the back of the third round.
95) Atlanta Falcons: Michigan DT Chris Wormley – Wormley was a three-year starter at Michigan, but he probably will not be ready to start immediately in the NFL. He can run the 40-yard dash in 4.80 seconds, which is the speed Atlanta covets on their defense. He could be part of a rotation early in his career as he develops into a starter.
96) New England Patriots: Oklahoma RB Samaje Perine – The Patriots have a lot of pass receiving backs, but they need someone to replace the tough yards that veteran RB LeGarrette Blount gained in short yardage and near the goal line. Perine is probably not fast enough to be a featured back, but he would fit nicely into the Patriots RBBC.
97) Miami Dolphins (Compensatory Selection): Alabama DT Dalvin Tomlinson – The Miami Dolphins do need to add some depth along the defensive line. Tomlinson does not project as a rookie starter, but he should be able to be part of a defensive line rotation and develop into a starter down the road.
98) Carolina Panthers (Compensatory Selection): Villanova DE Tanoh Kpassagnon – An AFC scout speaking with ESPN said Villanova DE Tanoh Kpassagnon is “built like a Greek god.” The problem is that he has a low football IQ. This is the perfect fit, because he could learn behind DE Julius Peppers for the next year or two as the Panthers try to develop a physically gifted player that has the physical tools to dominate at the NFL level.
99) Baltimore Ravens (Compensatory Selection): Bucknell OT Julie’n Davenport – He will not be ready to start in 2017, he is a physical talent that needs to learn the technique. The Ravens do a very good job of developing young players. He could add depth early in his career as he develops into a starter down the road.
100) Tennessee Titans from Los Angeles Rams (Compensatory Selection): South Alabama TE Gerald Everett – Everett had a great NFL Combine, running his 40-yard dash in 4.62 seconds and posting a vertical jump of 37.5 inches. He has the ability to play tight end or move outside and he would be a playmaker early in his career that could learn from one of the better tight ends in the NFL, 32-year old Delanie Walker.
101) Denver Broncos (Compensatory Selection): Florida Atlantic DE Trey Hendrickson – Hendrickson has been a star of the evaluation process, as he was a star at the East West Shrine Game and followed that up with a solid NFL Combine performance. The Broncos need some help along the defensive front and Hendrickson has the flexibility to play both linebacker and defensive end.
102) Seattle Seahawks (Compensatory Selection): Kuzztown G Jordan Morgan – He will have an adjustment period coming from a small school and he will need to improve as a pass blocker, but Morgan has a lot of upside as a run blocker and he could be a major upgrade for their run game.
103) New Orleans Saints from New England Patriots through Cleveland Browns (Compensatory Selection): Auburn DT Montravius Adams – He projects better as a defensive tackle in 4-3 scheme than an end in a 3-4 scheme. He is a great athlete that was inconsistent in games, but there is enough physical talent to plug him into a rotation and see if he can develop into a starter down the road.
104) Kansas City Chiefs (Compensatory Selection): Florida ILB Jarrad Davis – He is a little on the slow side (4.78-second 40-yard dash), but he was a very productive player at Florida and he has enough talent to play both inside and outside linebacker. The Chiefs could use some depth at linebacker and he would be able to play multiple positions as they try to develop him into a starter.
105) Pittsburgh Steelers (Compensatory Selection): Iowa DT Jaleel Johnson – Johnson has been compared to another player the Steelers drafted back in 2009, DT Ziggy Hood. Pittsburgh could afford to add some depth along the defensive line and Johnson fits their scheme well.
106) Seattle Seahawks (Compensatory Selection): Pittsburgh OT Adam Bisnowaty – He is not the most athletic tackle in this draft, but he is a four-year starter that projects as a right tackle. He would provide instant depth along the offensive line with the chance to develop into a starter down the road.
107) New York Jets (Compensatory Selection): Clemson TE Jordan Leggett – The Jets have finished last among fantasy tight ends in back-to-back seasons, they need to find a legitimate target at tight end. He had 46 receptions for 736 yards and scored seven touchdowns this year. There are questions about his motor, but there are no questions about his physical talent and his size to play the position.