A lot of people say that receiving Tight Ends are the new dominating force in the NFL. It's tough to argue when you look at guys like Jimmy Graham, Vernon Davis, and Aaron Hernandez. They stretch the field vertically and are matchup nightmares, but a lot of them lack the blocking ability of elite blocking TEs. Yeah some of these receiving TEs can be good blockers, but they don't compare to a Jason Witten or Tony Gonzalez on the blocking level. My question for you guys is would you rather have a receiving or blocking Tight End? Right now, I would love nothing more than a great blocking one. These guys can be like an extra O-line man, and we all know that improving the O-line improves the entire team. The hidden gem is these blocking TEs are still incredibly dangerous on a receiving level. They wont be getting 1,000+ yards a season or burn the defense deep, but they are still matchup nightmares due to their size. They excel at converting those 3rd and 5s and such with their great hands and huge bodies. They can get just enough separation to reel in those 5-10 yard passes all day. On defense there is nothing more frustrating than knowing that on a 3rd down, the offense is going to the TE. You know it, the defenders know it, and yet it is extremely hard to stop. I haven't even mentioned the redzone threat, that's pretty obvious though. People keep looking in college for the next Vernon Davis or the next Jimmy Graham, but I would rather get the next Jason Witten or Tony Gonzalez. Plus you wont have to deal with the receiving divas like Cook and Finely. Remember Frank Wycheck? He fits the mold of my kind of TE. Aside from the extremely rare ultimate hybrid (Gronk), give me a Witten over a Graham.