"I'm going to try to go for Offensive Rookie of the Year, which I probably won't get because Sammy Watkins is there," Ebron told the Detroit Free Press on Sunday. "But we're going to try."
It's interesting that Ebron already views Watkins as the prohibitive favorite.
Sessler, however, believes the No. 4 overall pick's production will take a hit due to a crowded wide receiver corps.
If Watkins is truly on par with A.J. Green and Julio Jones, the presence of Robert Woods and Mike Williams won't prevent the rookie from immediately snatching the top spot in the pecking order. The question is whether the former Clemson star can overcome EJ Manuel's scattershot passes and a ground-oriented offense in Buffalo.