By Peter Gleason
The Cleveland Browns feature one of the weakest front sevens in the NFL, and in fact will be relying on many younger, developing players.
While that generally will benefit opposing quarterbacks and wide receivers, it’s also a boon to opposing tight ends, especially on teams such as the Eagles, who have a rookie quarterback and wide receivers with uncertain roles.
Carson Wentz might find the most success targeting slot receiver Jordan Matthews, but he could also find Zach Ertz a handy cog against the Colts’ defense, especially in the red zone.
There’s some good touchdown potential here for Week 1.