After last years performance, fans are a little wary of the second year tight end. But after last Sunday’s performance when he net, in 5 catches, close to half of last years over all yardage and as many touchdowns. It’s safe to say we are taking a long second look at the young man. I expect big things from Jenkins this year.
“By no means is Seferian-Jenkins a finished product, but Sunday’s breakout game is a promising start. The franchise record for touchdown catches by a tight end in a season is eight, set by Jimmie Giles in 1985, and Embree stresses that Seferian-Jenkins will only get better as he continues to mature as a player.”We still have a long ways to go, but he’s gotten a lot better with a lot of little things. He’s getting there,” he said. “He played well, but he definitely had a lot of room for improvement in some areas.” – reported by Greg Auman of The Tampa Bay Times.
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