Boyle is flying under the radar, which makes sense since he caught just 31 passes for 321 yards and two scores in his fifth season. However, there is the possibility that he has a mini-breakout as the TE2 in Baltimore. He played 70% of the snaps last season and that number might spike after the Ravens traded away Hayden Hurst (42%), and Mark Andrews is not the most durable tight end in the league. (Andrews also has Type 1 diabetes, which is a concern among the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.) Per PFF, Boyle averaged 1.45 yards per route run last season, which was better than Greg Olsen, T.J. Hockenson, Mike Gesicki and O.J. Howard. Boyle is a deep sleeper with TE1-type upside if Andrews is sidelined for any reason.