Should this hold true, that means the base offense will feature one running back and two tight ends. Recently acquired Rob Gronkowski is certain to hold one of the starting positions with either O.J. Howard or Cameron Brate holding the other, without any clear indication as to which would factor more prominently. It's just another indication of a committee approach which could limit fantasy production though it's hard not forecasting Gronkowski as Tom Brady's favored option of the group. One of the tight ends could still be traded ahead of the season and we'll have to wait for kick-off of the 2020 campaign to learn more about how targets in the passing game will be distributed. O.J. Howard is found as DLF's TE18 and represents a high-ceiling value play at 31 years of age.