Chandler is a big tight end that can block as well as being threat in the passing game. His stats were not that impressive last season, recording only two touchdowns, but injuries across the board on offense setback his production. However, he is a big piece in that offense, expect to see a large increase in yardage for him next season with Sammy Watkins drawing more attention from opposing defenses.
Jeff Cumberland had a breakout year in 2013 and was one of Geno Smith's primary targets. He excels in blocking and has shown impressive athleticism. He was most dangerous in the redzone where he caught four touchdowns. The same results can be expected from Jeff Cumberland, even with a new look offense.
Amaro was arguably the most dangerous tight end in college football last season as he lead the nation in both yardage and receptions among all Tight Ends. He is one of the newly added weapons to the Jets offense and can contribute early and often. I see Jace Amaro as a potential offensive rookie of the year candidate if Geno Smith can help him to exploit match ups.
In 2013 Charles Clay had an outstanding year. In the Dolphins offense he was very versatile and even took some snaps as a fullback. This versatility made him very dangerous and he was arguably the best weapon in the Miami offense. In 2014 the same production will happen again and I would not be suprised if he made the Pro Bowl.
Over the last couple of years Rob Gronkowski has been the best tight end in all of football. In 2013 however, he faced many injuries which made him miss most of the season. In seven games his production was steady. He caught four touchdowns and went for almost 600 yards. His ability to shrug off hits and gets past defenders makes him a dangerous weapon. In 2014 he wont play as many games coming back from injury but when healthy he is the best tight end in the NFL.