Bengals beat writer Paul Dehner looked at the team's TEs and offered the following:
This will be the year Tyler Eifert becomes a difference-maker and the two-tight-end offense truly pays dividends. Assuming Jermaine Gresham continues along the line of his career averages, a breakout from Eifert brings a combined 95 catches and 1,000-plus yards into the realm of possibility.
He also mentioned in the story that if a typical increase from year one to two holds true, Eifert could be looking at 700 of those 1,000 yards. Our projections aren't quite as high, and we see Eifert just shy of 500 yards and Gresham around 400. Neither are getting drafted in early drafts and both sit outside our top-20.