2019 Outlook: George Kittle

George Kittle is one of three rare tight ends who has wide receiver-like expectations, which is why you shouldn't be surprised to see him get picked before 30th overall. He set an NFL record last year with 1,377 yards, more than any tight end. That might be hard to replicate, but it's nuts to think he'll finish with only five touchdowns again. Kittle should keep up his average of 8.3 targets per game, but with Jimmy Garoppolo returning to the field, his efficiency should rise after 25 percent of his 2018 targets were uncatchable.

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