The Cardinals have topped my list twice, only faltering at running-back depth. The Cardinals do not come close to being number one in terms of Tight Ends. Let's get it started.
Arians loves his TE's so four of these guys will make the roster, maybe five. Sperry, to many, has stood out at OTA's. Arians would like to integrate his TE's in the passing game, and as Jeff King is not a receiving TE he could be the odd man out, with Sperry replacing him.
I'm confused here and maybe you Niner fans can help me out. I'm young and jobless so I cannot really pay for the NFL Coaches tape but it has Jennings and Nelson listed as TE/LS and Dobbs listed as a TE/DT. If you could tell me which position these guys play more of that would help me solidify my answer, but your TE unit is scary because Davis hardly comes off the field and can do it all.
Thus far the Niners are in the lead. Even with their questionable talent behind Davis with the departure of Delanie Walker. Miller is probably the second best TE in the division as of right now.
Cook is one of those guys who has talent... Yes. But he never quite lived up to it in Tennessee. Now with Bradford who outshines Hassleback in his twilight and Locker in his prime, Cook could actually do something.
The NFC West is stacked with raw talent at Tight End. Only Miller and Davis have achieved that potential. Can Cook or Housler make the NFC West a TE Powerhouse?
I'll give the best TE talent to the Niners without a doubt... What is tough is the #3 and #4 positions... Do I rank the Cardinals lower based solely on the fact that in his two seasons Housler has 0 TD's? Or the Rams because in his five seasons Cook hasn't reached his true potential? I'll give them a tie.
TE: #3 (Tied w/ Rams)