5 Teams We Want to Draft Brock Bowers

Brock Bowers, NFL Draft Prospect Landing Spots

University of Georgia tight end prospect Brock Bowers has been the consensus No. 1 tight end in the 2024 NFL Draft for several years. Rightfully so, too — he consistently impresses with his speed, strength, blocking, and reliability. He’s the best tight end prospect in years, and his arrival in the NFL is highly anticipated.

Let’s look at a few interesting NFL destinations for the dominant tight end.

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Cincinnati Bengals

With Tee Higginslong-term future in Cincinnati uncertain, seeing the team replace him in the passing attack with Bowers would be pretty cool. Joe Burrow‘s Bengals have always lacked a true threat at tight end, so it would be fascinating to see what a Ja’Marr Chase-Bowers one-two punch would look like on the field.

If Cincinnati can acquire a talent like Bowers, I don’t think their offense would miss a beat — even after potentially losing Higgins. The dynamic tight end could bring a whole new aspect to this offense, and it would be a treat to watch.


Indianapolis Colts

Anthony Richardson flashed huge potential before going down with a season-ending injury only a few weeks into the 2023 season. He should be a full-go for 2024, though, and if you’re general manager Chris Ballard, you want to make sure he’s surrounded with weapons. Richardson already benefits from Michael Pittman Jr., who has been issued the franchise tag for 2024 but isn’t signed long-term. If Pittman signs an extension and the Colts are able to draft Bowers, look out.

A great receiver paired with one of the greatest tight end prospects we’ve ever seen would be a lethal couple of weapons for Indianapolis’ young gunslinger. As a bonus, we’d get to watch a young group grow together and learn to win.

Tennessee Titans

The Titans suffer from a severe lack of offensive weapons. Former first-round pick Treylon Burks is still struggling while veteran DeAndre Hopkins is turning 32 this season. Those are the two top names. It’s a huge problem for the team, especially given that Tennessee needs to develop potential franchise quarterback Will Levis. That can’t happen without a competent group of pass-catchers.

Enter, Bowers. The gifted tight end would provide Levis with a valuable safety net and top-end pass-catching ability. That sort of reliable player is invaluable in the NFL, and acquiring Bowers would be massive for the Titans, both now and long-term. If the Titans fail to develop Levis, their future looks cloudy, but if they succeed, they’re right back to competing. Obviously, there are multiple ways to do this, but drafting Bowers is an intriguing option for sure. Watching the young pairing of Bowers and Levis would be a treat.


Los Angeles Chargers

Justin Herbert is undoubtedly one of the most talented quarterbacks in the NFL, but his supporting cast has been up-and-down, to say the least. Keenan Allen is aging, Mike Williams and Quentin Johnston are question marks, and nobody knows what’s going on with impending free agent Austin Ekeler. It goes without saying that the Chargers badly need new blood.

That new blood could come in the form of an up-and-coming superstar like Bowers. Los Angeles hasn’t had a big-name tight end in years, and finally bringing in a young weapon like him would be huge for the franchise. It’s hard to say which direction new head coach Jim Harbaugh will choose to go, but the idea of establishing a Herbert-Bowers connection for the foreseeable future has to be appealing.

Seattle Seahawks

Seattle is another interesting potential destination for the Georgia product. They have a fun group of weapons with DK Metcalf, Kenneth Walker, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba, but the offense lacks a tight end. Convenient, huh? The Seahawks could also look to replace the production of an aging Tyler Lockett, which lends this proposal even more credibility.

If other needs like offensive line are addressed elsewhere, Seattle could afford to go all-in on making an elite offense with the addition of Bowers in the first round. He would make the group nearly unstoppable. Who wouldn’t enjoy watching that? The fun factor is off the charts here.

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