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Evan Engram

TE | Giants

6'3" 234 lbs
Aug 31, 1994 (24)
Drafted 1.23
Exp 1


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19 reps
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  • Evan Engram continues prolific rookie season · Dec 11, 2017

    Evan Engram caught four passes for 54 yards on seven targets Sunday against the Cowboys

    Evan Engram is just about the only offensive skill position player getting meaningful reps right now that is a lock for a starting role in 2018. Continued success this year will only make him a more savvy professional in year two and beyond. What is more amazing is that he is doing this while the team around him crumbles. He isn't simply a supporting cast member, he is featured nearly every week and teams are scheming against him.

  • Evan Engram struggles against Chiefs · Nov 19, 2017

    Evan Engram caught only one of six targets Sunday

    For months, teams have known that Engram was going to get targeted heavily and they failed to stop him. Today, his streak ended and he finished the day with only nine yards. His dynasty value remains sky high as this performance is more typical of rookie tight ends than his year to date performance. The biggest impacts to his dynasty value that are in the near future are a lower target share when Odell Beckham is healthy and the possible departure of coach Ben McAdoo.

  • Evan Engram continues to roll · Nov 7, 2017

    Engram caught four passes for 70 yards and a touchdown Sunday on 10 targets

    Everyone and their brother's uncle's boyfriend knows that the Giants are going to feed Evan Engram in an offense devoid of most of it's top talent at receiver. In spite of that, Engram continues to produce meaningful fantasy stats, even if his reception percentage is a little low. He keeps on marching up the dynasty tight end rankings with each week he puts on a show as a rookie.

  • Evan Engram still ascending · Oct 24, 2017

    Evan Engram accounted for almost half of the Giants passing offense Sunday

    In an ugly outing for the Giants, Engram looked like the only player worth owning. He caught six balls for 60 yards and a touchdown, but only posted a 50% catch rate on his 12 targets. It isn't a knock on him, though, in a game where the team had a less than 50% completion rate and threw for only 134 yards. Engram can produce as a rookie even when the defense knows he is going to get the ball. He is a dynasty stud.

  • Engram featured player for Giants · Oct 16, 2017

    Evan Engram hauled in five of seven targets for 82 yards and a touchdown.

    No other player was targeted more than three times. In terms of the passing offense in 2017, this team goes through Engram as the featured player after a bevy of injuries at receiver. The growth and development of erred as a result of this should make him one of the top tight ends in the league moving forward.

  • Evan Engram garners double digit targets · Oct 2, 2017

    Evan Engram received 11 targets against Tampa Bay

    Not only is Engram involved, but he is heavily involved in this offense. Despite converting only six of 11 targets for 62 yards, he looked more like a receiver and was moved around the field in the game today. His arrow is pointing straight up for dynasty and this is a rarity for a rookie tight end.

  • Evan Engram still involved in tough match up · Sep 24, 2017

    Evan Engram maintained his involvement with five receptions on seven targets in a tough match up with the Eagles

    While Evan Engram has looked like the most valuable rookie tight end out of this year's elite class, a big question mark was whether he could continue that momentum against an Eagles defense that doesn't give much production up to tight ends. Today, Engram caught five balls for 45 yards. While that won't light the world on fire, it is a good indication that his production won't be going away anytime soon and that he will remain a cog in this offense despite his inexperience. Consider him the most valuable rookie tight end until further notice.

  • Evan Engram a bright spot for hapless Giants · Sep 11, 2017

    Evan Engram caught four passes for 44 yards in his NFL debut.

    Engram had a decent night in a game where the Giants just couldn't get anything going. It's clear he has a tremendous amount of talent and it's also evident the Giants aren't going to bring him along slowly. This was a solid start for Engram, though expectations for young tight ends should always be held in check.

  • Value

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    Compare Engram's ADP
    Overall Rankings
    Source: Top 200+
    Rank Ranker Comment
    34 Jake Anderson, 08/16
    36 Travis May, 09/16 Top TE for years to come.
    38 Levi Chappell, 09/20
    39 Zach Wilkens, 09/10
    Average 40.86
    42 Rob Willette, 09/20
    47 TJ Calkins, 09/19 Instant stud
    50 Pete Lawrence, 09/20
    TE Rankings
    Source: TE Rankings
    Rank Ranker Comment
    1 Austan Kas, 09/13
    2 Bruce Matson, 08/30 Youth, talent and production
    3 Jeff Haverlack, 09/18 Love the way he's being used
    3 Matt Price, 09/13
    3 Jaron Foster, 09/12
    3 Ryan McDowell, 09/19
    Average 3
    4 Eric Hardter, 08/12 First rookie TE1 since Gronk. That's important.
    4 Joseph Nammour, 09/12 Engram is a playmaker, but exists in a crowded offense. Might be inconsistent from week to week, but he's a plug and play TE1 every week.
    4 Jeff Miller, 09/09 This time next year I expect him to join the top tier.
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