5. TE Delanie Walker
Coming off of a serious ankle injury in the first game of the 2018 season that cost him the entire year, many questioned whether or not Walker’s time in the NFL was coming to an end.
While he isn’t currently what he once was, he’s still been productive, catching 21 passes for 215 yards and two touchdowns, along with 11 first downs (according to Pro Football Reference).
He started out very good this season, netting two touchdowns in a 43-13 blowout of the Cleveland Browns in Week 1,
Since then, Walker has yet to get into the end zone again, but in his defense, he’s split time with the likes of Jonnu Smith, MyCole Pruitt, and Anthony Firkser. Plus, the passing game in general hasn’t been amazing for the most part.
Walker only had five plays in the previous game against the Chargers, with him missing practice for most of the week with a re-occurring issue with his ankle, but once healthy, I expect Walker to flourish with Tannehill at QB.