The Britt is coming!
Michael Floyd, Arizona Cardinals | Mohamed Sanu, Cincinnati Bengals: Here and here.
Kenny Britt and Kendall Wright, Tennessee Titans: (1) Finally, Kenny? In Round 7, throw out his average selection. Get him. Downfield danger always makes for a healthy gamble. (2) PPR folks should look at this stealth potential 80-catch sophomore. Either way, both are thankful Dowell Loggains has replaced Chris Palmer.
Vincent Brown, San Diego Chargers: Damn you, Nick.
Brandon Myers, New York Giants: Yet another Pros vs. Joes entry makes the list. Eli loves using his tight ends, especially around the end zone. Myers has some of the softest hands in the NFL. Highly undervalued in PPRs so far.
Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns: Norv knows vertical offenses with dominant tight ends. Cameron could develop into the next Antonio Gates.
Martellus Bennett, Chicago Bears: I think many will be surprised by how often Bennett will be asked to stay in and block, though there's plenty of chances for him to at least match his 2012 Giants production in this system and remain a legit inside-the-20 target.
Tyler Eifert, Cincinnati Bengals: FAD writeup for you....
Rob Housler, Arizona Cardinals: Bruce Arians enjoyed using the mobile Dwayne Allen last year. The athletic Housler resembles Allen in his "move" designation. Palmer loved throwing to Myers in Oakland last year. Put it all together....
***I almost included Coby Fleener, who has massive breakout potential in his old Stanford O, but I'll have to wait to see how Allen's foot injury checks out. Though Pep Hamilton will use both tight ends frequently, if Fleener and Allen are healthy, I'm hesitant to say Fleener would grow that much in production. Maybe in 2014.
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