McDonald is fully capable of expanding his role in the Pittsburgh passing offense to help offset the loss of Antonio Brown, who saw 168 targets last year. In his first season with the Steelers, he caught a solid 50 balls (on 73 targets) for 610 yards and four touchdowns, and he even missed a game (Week 1). He finished as the No. 10 tight end in PPR formats and should see an uptick in targets even if his snaps don’t spike. If he were more durable, he’d be my primary target at the position.