ESPN Fantasy Projection: Engram was the No. 5-scoring fantasy TE as a rookie in 2017, but hasn't been able to match that success in three seasons since. The former first-round pick ranked seventh in fantasy PPG in both 2018 and 2019, but missed 13 games during the span. In 2020, he finally appeared in 16 games and finished no lower than sixth in routes, targets and receptions, but his efficiency plummeted, which left him with a 15th-place fantasy showing. Engram scored six TDs as a rookie, but has seven total the past three seasons. He led all TEs in drops (eight) and was near the basement in catch rate and YPT in 2020. Engram's raw skills supply him with upside, but he may miss a few weeks to open the season, he struggled in 2020 and Kenny Golladay, Kadarius Toney and Kyle Rudolph are now in the mix. The 27-year-old is best-viewed as a TE2.