3. Kyle Pitts, TE, Atlanta Falcons
No one was more disappointed in the lack of a passing game than Kyle Pitts. And, surely, no one was more frustrated with the inaccuracy of the Atlanta Falcons’ opening-day starter than Kyle Pitts.
The sky is the limit for Pitts but it is hard to reach your potential when all you opportunities end up ten feet over your head or ten feet in front of you. The Falcons cannot waste another year of their young tight end. We all want to see him go on to become one of the greatest of all time.
It is hard to fault him for a rough year that ended with a major injury, nevertheless, it is fair to say he needs to get back on track even if that lies more on the shoulders of the starting quarterback and the play-caller.