"Joel Dreessen of the Houston Texans. According to Pro Football Focus, Dreesen is the top TE available. They graded him at +10.0 on the season. Dreesen was Houston’s second tight end in 2011 but that doesn’t mean he wasn’t valuable. He logged 722 snaps on the season, reeling in 28 receptions for 353 yards and a team-leading six touchdowns. Along with being a decent pass catcher, Dreessen can also block. PFF graded him at +3.8 in pass blocking and +5.1 in run blocking on the season, including Houston’s two playoff games. In that span, Dreesen was called to run block for over 400 snaps. He was a major part of Houston’s lethal rushing attack. With Tony Moeaki coming back, Dreesen would be a perfect second TE and would be a huge improvement over the likes of Leonard Pope and Jake O’Connell."