Ranking the NFL's most complete tight ends

Everyone loves a versatile threat on the football field, and no position exemplifies versatility quite like tight end. Traditionally the position was one part receiver, one part offensive lineman. Of course, as the NFL has moved to more of a pass-happy approach, the old-school, in-line blocking tight end has become something closer to a novelty, with many tight ends around the league acting essentially as oversized receivers.

Because of the evolution, the tight ends who can be a threat in the passing game while holding their own in the run game have become a rare breed. That leads us to Darren Woodson's recent comments about Cowboys TE Jason Witten, when he said "You cannot tell me there's a better tight end to ever play the game." High praise for Woodson's former teammate, but is it just hyperbole?