Pitts is entering his third NFL season after falling short of massive expectations in 2022. Pitts was hyped up for obvious reasons -- he went for 1,026 yards and was fantasy's No. 6 TE as a 20-year-old rookie -- but the Florida product's season was derailed by Atlanta's run-heavy scheme and a seven-game injury absence. In 10 games, Pitts was limited to two weekly fantasy finishes better than 12th. On the plus side, Pitts' 27% target share trailed only Mark Andrews among TEs and he's now led the position in aDOT in both seasons. Atlanta will continue to run the ball plenty, but Pitts is still only 22 years old and remains without much competition for targets. He's an excellent post-hype target with massive upside.