With Colts TE Dwayne Allen back, that allows to use each of the tight ends to their specific strengths.
For Colby Fleener, that’s putting his 6-6 frame to work and that even comes with splitting him out wide at times.
For Allen, he’s shown an ability to excel in the backfield and as an in-line blocker, along with catching 45 passes during this rookie season.
The receiver group has gotten, and deservedly so, a ton of attention this offseason but the tight end duo of Fleener and Allen should only enhance the offensive production in 2014.
We rank Allen 19th and Fleener 35th among our TEs, which doesn't make either a solid starter in typical formats. There are a lot of mouths to feed in Indy these days, so this is a situation you might need to let play out. Allen could have some value in deeper leagues with multiple TE plays.