By - jamelforthewin
Absolutely not. I don't even think he'll be a top 2 receiving option in terms of targets this season. Adjusting to the NFL is incredibly difficult for tight ends and even though Pitts is immensely talented he isn't going to be able to avoid those growing pains.
That’s what I’m thinking, similar to Ridley: 64-821-10, Like 56-680-7. Depends on how well the rest of the group is looking too. Ridley, Gage, Sharpe, Darby, Hurst, whether or not Olimide or Blake make the roster . Depends on how the run game works this year, OL. Obviously he was drafted to be an immediate starter, but if the offense gets going it could be a year similar to 2016. Everybody on offense was involved, 10 different guys caught TDs, 6 of those guys had like 200yds or better. Ryan isn’t as mobile as Tannehill but he’s a better passer.
One player doth not make or break a team.
Unless that player is a bad QB I agree
He could make it but I don’t see him breaking it
Probably more like AJ Terell, or whether Ryan and the OL take to Smiths system
I just feel a Mike Davis leads the team in receptions season....70 catches for like 425 yds...gross. I dont know why other than injuries to the WR's and TE's...
I will be shocked if he gets more than 5tds and 700 yds receiving. He may be out biggest red zone threat though so that may help.