He's just a Jag playing in a weak division Aka Rogers
Everybody knows it's just a bunch of padded paper stats.
You've been selling the te koolaide w Swaim, Jarwin, Schultz, Hanna and old man Witten for 8+ years.
We have 1 te playoff TD in 25 years. But he plays Snapcounts like a #1 wr in losing fashion
Jared Cook would make Schultz look like a hs te at 35.
He doesn't have to play every passing snap to get 4 Tds a year
This te scheme averages 5 tds a year max for 20 years and 1 playoff TD in that span also
Wow, I thought he actually caught those passes and TD's, and now I find someone just wrote down some numbers and passed them off as real. Who they hell knew?
I'm not sure what Schultz has to do with the last 25 years, but hey, you can make things up right along with that guy that made up Schultz stats!
Oh, wait, I remember you. You're the guy that learned football by playing fantasy football. I love how you changed your position by the way. It was always before that the TE wasn't putting up the big fantasy stats, and now that the TE put up strong stats the story is the stats are fake.
By the way, Dalton Schultz played 81% of the Cowboys offensive snaps, and ….
Tyler Higbee played 92% of the snaps with the Super Bowl Champion Rams and his production was well below Schultz in every statistical category.
C.J. Uzomah played 77% of the snaps for the Super Bowl runner up Bengals, and he also fell well below Schultz's production
Dawson Knox played 87% of the snaps with the Buffalo Bills, and he too was below Schultz statistically.
Then there was Cole Kmet (83%), Noah Fant (84%), Tyler Conklin (81%) who all played as many or more of the snap counts with much less production.
And many others just below Schultz's snap counts that had much less production
This all kind of blows up that idea that teams only give a lot of playing time to TE's like Kelse & Kittle, and the notion that only teams with TE's like that can be successful.