strongly disagreed on all points. you make some big stretches and omit some important context to reach your conclusions.
yes, the titans did lose Corey Davis and his targets. Julio Jones takes those targets and then some. he is many tiers above Davis in terms of talent and they will feature him as such. Jones and Brown will make up the majority of the passing offense and Henry will demand a ton of touches as well.
now as far as Firsker gobbling up ALL of the tight end touches, thats also a huge stretch. is there any offense in the NFL where one tight end gets ALL of the targets and catches outside of the few teams that have elite tight ends? thats not going to happen.
as far as the Patriots offense goes… your stats are meaningless when they are going to be transitioning from Cam Newton to Mac Jones. Cam is a running QB who has a completely different skill set than Jones.
they will still be a running team but gone will be the days of the read option and in are the days of feeding off the play action. they brought in bourne, algohlor and 2 high paid tight ends. this team will indeed be throwing the ball more than they did under Cam, and more redzone opportunities will be opened up with Cam no longer vulturing rushing attempts inside the 10.
there have also been years under the Billicheck regime where two tight ends have been featured heavily in the passing game. the precedent is there for it to happen. and while im not comparing Mac to Brady. he is very similar type of player. so i do expect a shift back to a more classic style of offense that they ran with Brady.
i could easily see the Pats featuring a very balanced attack, using lots of play action out of 2 tight end sets and lining the tight ends out wide. even with the addition of a couple wrs and with Meyers still involved, there are no wrs who absolutely demand targets like Julio and Brown do. there will be targets to go around for both Jonnu and Henry, with Henry being the better wr of the two. lets remember Jonnu has only topped 400 yards in a season once.
im not saying Firsker has no upside or that he will be bad…
Im saying i think you are completely upselling Firsker and completely dismissing Henry. in reality they are both probably about the same in terms of where they will fall.
i personally prefer Henry’s upside but hes not someone i would want as a TE 1, and neither is Firsker. they are both solid fliers to take as your TE 2 if your TE 1 is not one of the top tier guys.