Alie-Cox might get a chance to be an every-down type player for the first time in his career. His efficiency stats are pretty good–he was fifth at the position in yards per route run in 2020 and 20th last season. The team upgraded from Carson Wentz to Matt Ryan at quarterback, and Ryan has supported big seasons from his tight ends in the past. Over the last several seasons, Kyle Pitts (68-1,026-1 on 110 targets), Hayden Hurst (56-571-6 on 88 targets), and Austin Hooper (75-787-6 on 97 targets in 2019 and 71-660-4 on 88 targets in 2018) have all produced with Ryan at quarterback. In the 10 games where Alie-Cox has seen at least four targets, he has averaged 2.7 catches (on 4.5 targets) for 38 yards and 0.30 touchdowns. That’s not spectacular production, but it’s better than what Tyler Conklin averaged as last year’s fantasy TE15. Alie-Cox is a good late-round pick especially in best ball formats where fantasy managers go tight end by committee.