It struck me today when the announcers talked about Kellen Winslow as a WR-type tight end, not a blocker, then later said Watson is much the same. Is that still true? So far this year Watson has shown tremendous improvement in his blocking. He's also shown sharp routes, terrific hands and YAC strength, while still showcasing the speed to run an end-around and totally smoke a safety straight downfield today. He's looking like a strong all-around tight end. Winslow, Watson and Ben Troupe made up a trio of tremendous specimens in the 2004 draft. Wouldn't you take Watson out of those three today? Let's go a step farther...how many other TEs drafted from 2004 until today would you take over Watson? Almost all the top TEs who come to mind -- Gates, Gonzalez, Witten, Clark, Heap, Crumpler -- are older. So far, the vaunted TE class of 2006 hasn't set the world on fire. IMO, Watson is looking better and better as a #32 pick.