[Stands up, faces group] My name is Reb, and I like to throw to the TE. [Group Response] : Hi Reb!!!! While I do not think the Open Radio 5 segment addressing over targeting of TEs was addressed to me specifically, I could not help but think I am one of the users to whom said discussion is generally applicable. If done properly, I think a user could throw to the TE without a "target count" in their head. As I see it, whether a TE is over-targeted is relative to the formations, schemes and circumstances through which the ball is delivered. I try to limit how many times I target the TE from traditional run formations on run down and distances. This includes play action. With the right TE, you can get exploit the 7 man front on a run down with a favorable match up against a LB or a defense selling out on the run inside. This is part of the game and a prudent user will and should cross up the defense to get them on their heels. These are the sneaky TE plays and 5-7 a game is cheese. 1 or 2 a game is fine. 3 to 5 is questionable. My question for the board is this: If I am targeting the TE as much as a WR, but I am doing so from obvious passing formations on obvious passing downs, then do I have to concern myself to any further extent than i would if deciding whether a certain WR was over targeted. You know I am throwing. My TE is standing up like a WR. Stated simply, is a TE ever just another WR on the field? The distinction in the NFL is getting hazy (Gronk, Graham, Finley, etc.). These guys play traditional TE in running formations but play outside as de facto for just as many, or more, snaps. What do you think HK?