ESPN doesn’t consider Logan Thomas one of the NFL’s top 15 tight ends

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ESPN completed its list of the top 10 players at every position on Thursday with a look at the top 10 tight ends in the NFL.

The top of the list was predictable, with George Kittle, Travis Kelce and Darren Waller holding down the top three spots. No controversy there.

So, where was Washington tight end, Logan Thomas?

Well, Thomas did not make the top 10. That’s not really a surprise considering he has one year of strong production. However, five other players were mentioned as receiving votes, and Thomas was not among them.

That feels like a stretch.

Somehow, Evan Engram of the New York Giants was listed in the top 10. Thomas was much better than Engram in 2020, yet Engram made the Pro Bowl. Engram making the Pro Bowl last season tells you everything you need to know about Pro Bowl voting.

Back to this list.

Zach Ertz was ranked No. 10. While Ertz was bad last season, he is still a good player with a proven body of work.

Some of the other tight ends listed outside of the top 10 were Austin Hooper and Robert Tonyan. Give me Thomas every day over those players. Washington was outbid for Hooper last offseason and ended up with Thomas. Washington certainly came out the winner in that scenario.

ESPN certainly didn’t ask Washington tight ends coach Pete Hoener for his input.