Top 25: Fantasy Tight Ends for Week 10

Top 25: Fantasy Tight Ends for Week 10
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Week 10 Byes – Tight Ends:

  • Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles
  • Jared Cook, Oakland Raiders
  • Benjamin Watson, Baltimore Ravens

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Top 25: TE Rankings – Week 10

1 Rob Gronkowski A stagnant Denver defense has always caused issues for New England, but Gronkowski should remain productive coming off the bye.
2 Evan Engram Engram has become a must start every week. He has solidified himself as Eli’s most trust worthy target.
3 Cameron Brate The Jets have not been too great against opposing tight ends this year, and with Mike Evans out, Brate could see more looks.
4 Jimmy Graham Graham will look to stay hot on Thursday night against a shaky Cardinals defense.
5 Austin Seferian-Jenkins He’s slipped up a bit the past two weeks, but I expect ASJ to get back involved in the Jets offense, especially now with Jeremy Kerley facing suspension.
6 Jack Doyle The Colts have been relying on Doyle for most of their offensive production. Keep playing him.
7 Hunter Henry Henry will look to maintain his dominant pace after coming off a bye week. While Jacksonville may present a tough task, their defense may be too busy trying to wrap up the Bolts other weapons.
8 Vernon Davis Davis remains at number 8 this week as the Redskins expect him to fill in for Jordan Reed yet again. He has been solid when put in that position, so he remains a TE1 for now.
9 Tyler Kroft Kroft continues to produce for the Bengals. He should see similar production this week against Tennessee
10 Delanie Walker Walker finally had himself a solid outing last week, and has proved to Tennessee that he should be a targeted more if the Titans want to keep winning.
11 Jason Witten The matchup isnt ideal, but with Dez Bryant not 100%, and Ezekiel Elliot now ruled out, Witten could be in store for a solid work load.
12 Austin Hooper Hooper was quiet last week for Atlanta. His inconsistencies make him a risk play each week, but his athleticism always presents some upside.
13 Charles Clay Clay looks to return to the Bills lineup after missing the past few games. If he ends up playing, he becomes a solid play against New Orleans.
14 David Njoku Tought to trust anyone on the Browns roster for Fantasy, but a matchup against Detroit presents some upside for the young tight end.
15 Eric Ebron Ebron finally got the looks he deserved last week. The Lions could very easily showcase their offensive firepower this week against Cleveland, so expect Ebron to get involved.
16 Tyler Higbee Higbee has remained a touchdown or bust type player all year, but as of late, he’s been efficient. Risky play, but the Rams are hot, so Higbee could be worth plugging into your lineup.
17 A.J. Derby New England presents a favorable match up, but the Broncos haven’t been able to maintain any sort of offensive production as of late. Risky play.
18 Ed Dickson Dickson failed to catch a pass last week for the Panthers. He hasn’t been too productive since his big game a few weeks back, so big risk play this week.
19 Garrett Celek Who? Yup, San Fran’s back up tight end. With George Kittle out, Celek could be in store for a solid Week 10 against the Giants poor defense. Though we haven’t see his potential, he remains a gamble.
20 Jermaine Gresham Gresham faces a tough Seattle defense Thursday night. Risky play.
21 Martellus Bennett Bennett has just been claimed off waivers by the Patriots. He was a solid starter last year for them, but now he’ll be competing with Gronk for touches.
22 Coby Fleener Fleener has been pretty bad since his hot start to the season. He’s a last resort gamble for those scrambling for a tight end.
23 Dion Sims With Zach Miller out for the year with a leg injury, Sims will get a chance to step up in the Bears offense.
24 Julius Thomas Thomas had an outstanding Week 9 against Oakland, but it was likely a one time thing. Minnesota presents a tough matchup this week as well.
25 Marcedes Lewis Lewis cooled off a bit last week after his big outing in Week 8. The Chargers won’t be an easy matchup for him this week.


– Kyle Hirshkind is the Managing Editor for cover32/Jets and covers the New York Jets. He is also a weekly contributor to cover32/Fantasy. Like and follow on

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