Engram's having the best season of his career, but at the same time, he's playing almost exactly the same as he's played since signing with Seattle in 2001. He's still a possession, slot receiver that rarely works downfield, is little threat to break one, but a first down machine. His DVOA is in the high teens/low 20s (once), where it's been for 6 of his 7 seasons in Seattle. His receptions per first down (1.5) are only slightly up from his average as a Hawk (1.4). What's remarkable is that he's done all this as the Hawks most targeted receiver. Not #1, just most targeted. That, in many ways, is a credit to Mike Holmgren. With Hackett and Branch ineffective and/or injured and a sputtering running game, Holmgren found ways to target B-Easy as many as 21 times in a single contest (Cleveland).
Engram is about as consistent as a receiver gets. Healthy, he's a drive-extending asset. However given his career high in receptions (and thus tackles taken), age and recent medical history, he's also an injury risk. A major injury risk.