He has touchdowns in two straight games -- more scores than he had all last season. He set a career high for yards against San Diego (53) and receptions against Minnesota (five). Stafford is also targeting him more and he looks more confident than last season.
Detroit needs him to be the No. 3 option after Calvin Johnson and Golden Tate. So far, he is fitting right into that billing and becoming a more reliable target than he was at any point during his first year, the story said. Those in need of help at the TE may want to think about targeting Ebron on your wire.