Tight end (3):
- TE1: Tony Gonzalez
- TE2: Alge Crumpler
- TE3: Kyle Pitts
Tony Gonzalez, the greatest tight end in NFL history without a shadow of a doubt. The stats speak for themself, there is no argument for any other player. His consistency, durability, and dominance are unmatched. The Atlanta Falcons were lucky to have him, just too bad they couldn’t get him any further than the NFC Championship Game.
Tony Gonzalez was Matt Ryan’s tight end, and Alge Crumpler was Michael Vick’s tight end. Crumpler made four-straight Pro Bowls for Atlanta and was pretty reliable.
As for Kyle Pitts, he might not seem worthy quite yet to make this list but who wouldn’t want that talent sitting right behind Gonzalez and Crumpler? He is regarded as the greatest tight-end prospect ever for a reason. Much of this is anticipation for what is and will become.
It would be a lot of fun to see these three guys on the field at the same time. Just imagine what Arthur Smith would do with them. Too bad Tony and Alge can’t come back and help make up for Kyle’s injury.