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All of those numbers were career highs by a wide margin, but we don't need to worry about them being a fluke because his increased production was more of a sign of the light coming on. Davis is a safe bet as an elite tight end, and the only number you can't expect him to replicate is 13 touchdowns. Trust Davis to get you 8 10 scores, and you'll still be thrilled with him as a draft pick at the top of Tier 3.8 Tony Gonzalez, replica Rado R20484732 Men's watch Falcons T Gon's first year in Atlanta was a good one, as he put up 83 catches for 867 yards and six touchdowns. The scary thing is that his yardage total was actually his lowest since 2002, which speaks volumes about Gonzalez's consistency. He's had at least 63 catches and 773 receiving yards for 11 straight seasons. And this year, if Matt Ryan stays healthy, Gonzalez could see a slight uptick in his numbers.
For now, figure on an 80 catch, 800 yard season with six touchdowns, knowing that Gonzalez is capable of numbers that are even a little better. He's safely on Tier 3 as a top tight end option.8 (con't) Jason Witten, Cowboys The good News about Witten is that he's surpassed 90 catches and 1,000 yards in two of the last three seasons, him an replica Rado R10366761 Men's watch elite yardage producer at tight end. But the bad News is that he's had more than six touchdowns just once in his seven year career, and last year he had just two. Because he's not a consistent red zone option, we can't include Witten on the Dallas Clark/Antonio Gates level, and Vernon Davis has the upside to surpass Witten's numbers as well.