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We all know that relying on a rookie TE is rarely a good idea. And no one is suggesting you should depend on Bellinger for meaningful production. Even if he hits the season as the Giants’ lead TE, he’d likely sit no higher than 4th in target distribution behind at least Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney and Saquon Barkley (in some order) – with Wan’Dale Robinson also factoring in. But as a purely end-of-draft consideration, Bellinger sports only upside. And his path to leading the position is not that difficult, with only Ricky Seals-Jones and Jordan Akins as competition. RSJ has totaled 169 targets across 5 seasons with 4 teams. Akins topped out at 55 targets in 2019 and 27 catches in 2020. Each joined the Giants on a small, 1-year deal.
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