In four years with the Detroit Lions, tight end Eric Ebron scored 11 touchdowns. In his first season with Andrew Luck in Indianapolis, he scored 13 touchdowns! He set career highs in targets (110), receptions (66), receiving yards (750) and touchdowns (13). He was the TE4 on the season, trailing only Travis Kelce , George Kittle and Zach Ertz . He was a Pro-Bowler for the first time, and he carved out a large role in the Indy offense, especially in the red zone. His 21 red zone targets, per Pro Football Reference, were the third-most among tight ends and 10th overall in the league. Inside the 20-yard line, Ebron had 12 receptions, 11 of which went for touchdowns. Jack Doyle returning from injury will eat into Ebron’s production in certain aspects, but with Luck’s tendencies to target his mismatch-making tight ends, there should be plenty of room for both to operate. Furthermore, with Ebron cementing his status in the red zone, he’s a threat for double-digit touchdowns again in...