Engram has the talent to be a top-five tight end in fantasy, but he does have more competition for targets with Odell Beckham Jr. back, a new coaching staff and Eli Manning not being good. I'll bank on Engram's talent winning over though.
67. Matthew Stafford, (QB No. 6)QB, Lions. Bye: 10.
Stafford has become much more consistent under Jim Bob Cooter and appears to be a lock for yet another top-10 finish. Unlike the running quarterbacks, Stafford doesn't have great upside, but his high floor is going to continue and you won't need to spend a high pick on him.
I have hopes that the Titans' offense will take a step up under new management, but Walker could lose some targets to the young guys. He's, of course, reliable and a big part of the offense, so I'm not running from him, but I think we're paying for his upside.
Brees will have some games where his team will trail and he'll need to put up stats to compete, but that is no longer the norm for New Orleans. Brees is now much more of a game manager with a balanced offense and stronger defense. If the defense were to fall apart, then we could see him get closer to his old upside, but the Saint will still lean on the running game at times, which was explosive last season.
Wentz will miss this offseason due to injury and might not be fully ready to go Week 1. He showed enough last season to keep the faith, but I don't think we should go all-in on him just yet, especially as he'll probably go fairly early after his MVP-caliber season.