Tight End Tyler Eifert
The Dallas Cowboys situation at tight end is a bit cloudy at the moment in terms of who will be on the team and who will start in 2020. Future Hall of Famer Jason Witten has let it be known that he wants to return for another season and wants to return to the Cowboys.
Then you have restricted free agent Blake Jarwin who fans want to see given the chance to start on this team, but Jarwin could also sign an offer sheet with another team and if the Cowboys can’t match it he’s gone.
Leaving only Dalton Schultz as the tight end with game time under his belt on the team and no one wants to see him starting. So if the Cowboys are looking for a player that has the experience and is a capable blocker in the running game they should take a chance on tight end, Tyler Eifert.
Eifert has been a forgotten star in the league, at one point he was one of the best tight ends in football with his best statistical season being 2015 where he had 615 yards and 13 touchdowns.
After that time injuries took their toll on Eifert and after multiple ankles, knee, and back injuries teams decided not to give him a shot.
Now that he’s had a full season where he was able to play the entire season, the Cowboys should take a look at this former playmaker with the hopes of him returning to his 2015 form. If he can’t then it would give them a solid back up to Jarwin if he stays with the team.