Week 14 Fantasy Football: Top 30 Tight Ends in Points-Per-Reception Leagues
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Here are my top 30 tight ends for Week 14 (points-per-reception leagues).
This countdown identifies the weekend's best bets for catches, total yards, touchdowns and receiving targets—a stat that must always factor into lineup strategies with receivers, tight ends and running backs.
To view my weekly top 30 tight ends in standard-scoring leagues, click here.
On the injury front, Dustin Keller (ankle) shall remain off the board for now.
Week 14: Top 30 PPR Tight Ends
1. Jimmy Graham at N.Y. Giants
2. Brandon Myers vs. Denver
3. Tony Gonzalez at Carolina
4. Aaron Hernandez vs. Houston
5. Greg Olsen vs. Atlanta
6. Owen Daniels at New England
7. Jason Witten at Cincinnati
8. Dallas Clark vs. Philadelphia
9. Jermaine Gresham vs. Dallas
10. Brandon Pettigrew at Green Bay
11. Jermichael Finley vs. Detroit
12. Heath Miller vs. San Diego
13. Kyle Rudolph vs. Chicago
14. Antonio Gates at Pittsburgh
15. Vernon Davis vs. Miami
16. Martellus Bennett vs. New Orleans
17. Jacob Tamme at Oakland
18. Brent Celek at Tampa Bay
19. Scott Chandler vs. St. Louis
20. Marcedes Lewis vs. N.Y. Jets
21. Jared Cook at Indianapolis
22. Dennis Pitta at Washington
23. Benjamin Watson vs. Kansas City
24. Dwayne Allen vs. Tennessee
25. Jeff Cumberland at Jacksonville
26. Tony Moeaki at Cleveland
27. Charles Clay at San Francisco
28. Zach Miller vs. Arizona
29. Garrett Graham at New England
30. Joel Dreessen at Oakland
30a. Logan Paulsen vs. Baltimore
30b. Lance Kendricks at Buffalo
1. Tony Gonzalez's No. 3 ranking is based more on reputation than production this week. In his last seven games against the Panthers, Gonzalez (73 catches, 770 yards, seven TDs) has middling averages of 5.4 catches, 54 yards and 0.4 touchdowns (to be fair, Gonzo has five road scores in 2012).
2. Dallas Clark could be a low-key difference-maker during the fantasy playoffs. Since Week 11, he has racked up either 60 yards or one touchdown all three times.
3. I have a good news/bad news proposition with Jason Witten:
The good: Through 12 games, he has collected eight or more targets 10 times.
The bad: Witten has only one touchdown in his last 16 games.
Jay Clemons can be reached on Twitter, day or night, at @ATL_JayClemons.
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