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Choice and Lee are obvious, but many people might be surprised to see the other two names on this list. Don’t be. While I love Jason Witten and think he is still one of the better tight ends in the league, it’s clear he has lost a step.
Bennett has been solid when called upon as a receiver this season and, once again, one of the team’s best blockers. Actually, I would feel more comfortable with him at right tackle than Colombo. That’s not a joke.
Butler has shown he simply has a knack for getting to the quarterback. He’s explosive off the ball and vastly improved in his run defense. If he continues on this path (and Spencer doesn’t improve), he should compete for a starting job next season.