Week 15 Fantasy Football: Top 30 Tight Ends in Points-Per-Reception Leagues
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Here are my top 30 tight ends for Week 15 (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) and Rob Gronkowski (forearm) shall remain off the board for now...although I'm selfishly hoping that Gronk suits up against the Niners.
Week 15: Top 30 PPR Tight Ends
1. Jimmy Graham vs. Tampa Bay
2. Aaron Hernandez vs. San Francisco
3. Greg Olsen @ San Diego
4. Brandon Myers vs. Kansas City
5. Jason Witten vs. Pittsburgh
6. Tony Gonzalez vs. N.Y. Giants
7. Jermichael Finley @ Chicago
8. Owen Daniels vs. Indianapolis
9. Dallas Clark @ New Orleans
10. Jermaine Gresham @ Philadelphia
11. Brandon Pettigrew @ Arizona
12. Heath Miller @ Dallas
13. Antonio Gates vs. Carolina
14. Vernon Davis @ New England
15. Kyle Rudolph @ St. Louis
16. Dennis Pitta vs. Denver
17. Martellus Bennett @ Atlanta
18. Benjamin Watson vs. Washington
19. Rob Housler vs. Detroit
20. Jacob Tamme @ Baltimore
21. Scott Chandler vs. Seattle (Toronto)
22. Marcedes Lewis @ Miami
23. Clay Harbor vs. Cincinnati
24. Dwayne Allen @ Houston
25. Zach Miller vs. Buffalo (Toronto)
26. Garrett Graham vs. Indianapolis
27. Tony Moeaki @ Oakland
28. Jeff Cumberland @ Tennessee
29. Anthony Fasano vs. Jacksonville
30. Logan Paulsen @ Cleveland
30a. Craig Stevens vs. N.Y. Jets
30b. Joel Dreessen @ Baltimore
30c. Lance Kendricks vs. Minnesota
1. Jermichael Finley has been an all-world performer in his last three trips to Chicago's Soldier Field, with per-outing averages of seven catches, 90 yards and one touchdown.
2. Since 2008, Owen Daniels currently has a five-game streak of only one catch against the rival Colts. Ouch!
3. Against the AFC West this season (two games), Greg Olsen has robust averages of five catches, 75 yards and 1.5 TDs.
4. The Cardinals may be stuck in an untenable situation at quarterback (Ryan Lindley, John Skelton), but Rob Housler has posted respectable numbers of late. In his last four games, Housler has 24 catches, 36 targets and 188 yards.
Jay Clemons can be reached on Twitter, day or night, at @ATL_JayClemons.
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