2019 NFL Draft Guide Player Profile: Eric Ebron
Colby Conway takes an in-depth look at Eric Ebron to let fantasy football owners know what to expect from the Indianapolis Colts TE during the 2019 season
UPDATE (8/24): Andrew Luck's retirement hurts Ebron the most. In Brissett's full season as a starter in Indy back in 2017, the tight end was peppered with targets, but the position ended with just four touchdowns on the season. Jack Doyle had a great PPR season that year, but Ebron NEEDS touchdowns to be a TE1 in fantasy. He did most of his damage inside the 20s last season, and yes, this is a completely different season with Brissett, considering he actually had a full offseason to prepare for the job and not just two weeks like a couple years ago. Brissett has a documented rapport with Doyle, and Doyle is the guy who will work primarily outside the 20s, but can also be a threat in the red zone. There's a lot of weapons in Indianapolis, but the loss of Luck makes this incredibly worrisome for Ebron. He's a fringe TE1 in 10-team formats with Luck's retirement.