Finishing last year as the No. 10 tight end, Godert played 70%+ of the snaps last season thanks in no small part to a series of injuries at receiver. He is arguably the team’s best or second-best pass-catcher (after Ertz) so HC Doug Pederson should be looking for ways to play more two-TE sets to keep him on the field. If he plays 70% or more snaps in 2020 then he has a chance to repeat as a low-end TE1. He has top-five upside if anything were to happen to Zach Ertz.