I understand why early drafters want to take a shot on the talent of Kyle Pitts, who is the TE5 off the board. I’m not convinced that Arthur Smith is ever going to feature him properly or throw the ball enough (with Desmond Ridder at quarterback and Bijan Robinson at running back) to support two fantasy starters in the passing game (i.e. Drake London and Pitts). The good news is that the Falcons did throw more with Ridder at quarterback (28.8 pass attempts per game) than they did with Marcus Mariota under center (23.1 per game), so there is some optimism that the Falcons’ passing “attack” can approach normalcy in 2023. Pitts did have one of the most productive rookie seasons by a tight end ever–68 catches for 1,026 yards–but his receiving yardage somehow dropped from 60.4 to 35.6 per game in his second season. Much of that had to do with Atlanta’s quarterback situation, but we don’t know if that’s really been addressed yet.