NFL Fantasy Football Depth Chart Analysis: Washington Redskins Tight Ends

June 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Just one year ago, Chris Cooley was regarded as one of the elite tight ends in the game.  He had a string of four consecutive years of at least 734 yards, having set a career high of 849 (as well as 83 receptions) in 2009.  Then, an injury to his ankle seven games into the 2009 season changed everything.
Second year player Fred Davis was given the chance to fill in the role and proved that he had the ability to perform just as well as Cooley.  Over the season’s final eight weeks he caught 31 passes for 360 yards and five TDs.
Now, with Donovan McNabb at the helm of the offense, the Redskins enter the season with both TEs in the mix and a whole slew of questions.  Will the team go with more two tight end sets?  Will they trade one of the two prior to the season?
Mike Shanahan likes to run the ball.  Just look at the names of the running backs who have generated 1,000 yard seasons under his supervision (outside of Terrell Davis and Clin...

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