New York Giants (Bronze medal)
Engram had a very solid rookie season, albeit under the radar. With 64 receptions for 722 yards and six touchdowns, Engram proved to one of the few reliable targets available to Eli Manning. If he continues to ascend as one may imagine, a 1,000 yard season seems feasible. This seems especially true given that he only started 11 games in 2017.
Regarding Ellison, he provides the Giants with a veteran presence serving the role of blocking tight end.
Washington Redskins (Silver medal)
If… and it’s a big IF Reed could stay healthy, he would easily be the best tight end in this division. Unfortunately, he has never been able to participate in a full season. In fact, over the past two years, he missed an entire season’s worth of time.
Prior to last season, in two years Reed scored 17 touchdowns with over 150 catches. The talent and production is there.
After Reed, Washington has the luxury of being able to rely upon an 11-year veteran with two Pro-Bowl’s to his name. Davis has back-to-back seasons with 40+ catches and over 575+ yards. Not bad for a backup.