ESPN Fantasy Projection: Engram signed a one-year deal with the Jaguars after five seasons with the Giants. He appeared destined for stardom when he produced a rookie tight end-record 174 fantasy points back in 2017. Instead, he's struggled with injuries and the Giants' weak offense en route to four straight fantasy finishes of 13th or worse. The 2017 first-round pick has settled in as a short/intermediate target and hasn't been used near the goal line (no more than three TDs or three end zone targets in a season since 2017). Engram will benefit from new coach Doug Pederson's very TE-friendly offense (career 31% TE target share in eight seasons), though the 28-year-old is no more than a late-round lottery ticket.