If he could just stay healthy.
Tight End: Dustin Keller (No. 30 overall, 2008)
Best Season: +5.4 (2008)
From feast at the wide receiver position to famine at tight end. Realistically this team could as easily have gone 4-wide and completely disregarded the tight ends taken in the last five years. Strangely, considering the explosion of versatile tight ends in that span, the pickings were slim at tight end and none of the three taken in the first round have lived up to the hype they entered the league with. Keller got off to a solid start as a rookie in New York and hasn’t been as bad in the years since as Brandon Pettigrew (-16.3 over four years) and Jermaine Gresham (-28.5 over three years) have been.