2019 Outlook: Eric Ebron

Eric Ebron was a Fantasy star in 2018, but he could struggle to replicate his production this season. He's still worth drafting as a No. 1 Fantasy tight end, but don't reach for him on Draft Day. He should be considered outside of the top-five tight ends, and he's only worth drafting with a mid-round pick in all formats. You don't want to chase his stats from last year when he was the No. 4 Fantasy tight end in PPR, and he had 110 targets for 66 catches, 750 yards and 14 total touchdowns, which was second in the NFL among all non-quarterbacks behind only Antonio Brown. The good news is he plays in a Colts offense that features the tight end with coach Frank Reich and quarterback Andrew Luck, which is why Ebron was so productive in 2018. But Jack Doyle (hip) was hurt last year, and he should be healthy now. And the Colts added Devin Funchess and Parris Campbell in the offseason to join T.Y. Hilton. More mouths to feed means less targets for Ebron, and that could lead to less production. Be wary of Ebron as a standout Fantasy option in 2019.

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