The Indianapolis Colts are off to a shocklingly hot start (5-2) but tight end Eric Ebron on the other hand, not so much.
Before the season Eric Ebron claimed that he was going to break the touchdown record for a tight end that was set by Rob Gronkowski.
We're hearing from Eric Ebron today over at Colts HQ. Of team goals this year, he's thinking big. "That's what we're talking about," he says of the Super Bowl.— Zak Keefer (@zkeefer) May 7, 2019
Individually? He cites Gronk's NFL record 17 touchdowns for a TE. "I gotta go get 17," he said. Had 15 last year.
Right now… Ebron is getting Colts fans pissed off by his performance…. or lack there of:
Eric Ebron is back to his natural form. Dropping balls all over the place— Horseshoe Heroes (@HorseshoeHeroes) September 29, 2019
Eric Ebron currently has four drops on the season and three touchdowns. Seven games into the season with nine games left…. Just not the greatest look for the non-honey bun eater. #HandsLikeFeet
Ebron would need about 1.5 touchdowns a game to finish the season and… that just doesn’t seem realistic… especially when you currently have four drops on the season and three touchdowns. Ouch.. Maybe get back to eating honey buns.
Never forget Ebron… I dropped more catches for you:
According to sources he could be traded before the deadline on Tuesday.