All three, DeVante Parker, Preston Williams, and Mike Gesicki love to leap up over the DB and pull passes in. And, Fitzpatrick loves to loft them there to take advantage of the mismatches. They will be hard to defend.
Cameron Wolfe (ESPN) wrote:
Should we be concerned about tight end Mike Gesicki's prospects with wide-receiver-friendly Chan Gailey running the offense?https://www.espn.com/nfl/insider/story/ ... advice#MIA
Gesicki shouldn't disappear in Gailey's offense, but his production may have a ceiling. Gesicki will continue to be used in a "big slot" role rather than as a traditional tight end, which should help his chances to stay on the field when the offense goes to three- or four-receiver sets. Scott Chandler's 2011-12 seasons could serve as an example of Gesicki's potential tight end production. Chandler had 81 catches for 960 yards and 12 touchdowns over two seasons (29 games, 22 starts) as the Bills' No. 1 tight end when Gailey was the coach. -- Cameron Wolfe