Generally 1st and 2nd round picks are expected to contribute right away, I'm not saying they should be playing like pro-bowlers, but should be playing meaningful snaps. If the player or coaching staff is not able to get them meaningful minutes, outside of injury of course, that player wasn't ready and was not worthy of being picked so high in the first place. This team had several other glaring needs that should have been addressed before picking yet again another TE. To make it worse, this staff is just not aware of their own limitations. The coaching staff has tried in vain to make the 12 package successful and they have had Fausano, Bennett, Phillips, Hanna and now Escobar. Sometimes it's not the players, it's the coaches that are not capable. I just don't buy into that Escobar may be worth the pick one day when the coaching staff's track record clearly shows that they cannot make the 12 work. Sure Witten will retire eventually and maybe Escobar was picked to replace him, but that doesn't help today. We needed a G, S, DL today Those positions needed to be addressed today, because I can almost guarantee that there will be another TE next year or the following year that we would be able to draft that is every bit as talented as Escobar, probably more so.