Week 15 Fantasy Rankings: Best Tight Ends for Playoffs
|1||Rob Gronkowski||71||1,088||83||15||15||He just set single-season touchdown record for a tight end. No Team has been able to stop Tom Brady and him from scoring. He has also rushed for one touchdown.|
|2||Antonio Gates||53||601||60||11||6||Do not look now, but Gates is back, catching 23 passes for 250 yards and four touchdowns in his last four games. The Chargers have been looking a little less clumsy lately.|
|3||Jason Witten||64||772||59||12||5||The Cowboys' receiving corps are too hot for many NFL teams to stop, so he is getting some rest. Still one of the best fantasy starts at tight end.|
|4||Jimmy Graham||80||1,101||85||14||8||Has not scored in last two games, but is still one of the most reliable receivers on the Saints. Finally looked mortal, and perhaps mildly dinged, against the Titans last week.|
|5||Jermichael Finley||42||600||46||14||6||May have a bigger role to play in helping the Packers stay undefeated with Greg Jennings out.|
|6||Jake Ballard||37||589||45||16||4||Eli Manning is throwing great against nearly everyone in the NFL and Ballard has definitely carved out a healthy role in the Giants offense.|
|7||Aaron Hernandez||59||607||55||10||5||Still gets the targets after Gronkowski has had his fill. The Patriots can spread it around, though he not the same since coming back from a knee injury.
|8||Tony Gonzalez||73||812||62||11||7||You do not want to sit Gonzalez right now unless yo have a better tight end. Did not need him against the Jaguars injured defense.|
|9||Owen Daniels||51||644||50||13||3||Great game last week, catching seven passes for 100 yards as the Texans grapple with revolving injuries to their best offensive players.|
|10||Brandon Pettigrew||62||532||41||89||4||Lions are passing more with banged up run game. Pettigrew seems to be a reliable part of their offense. Has 16 receptions for 134 yards and two touchdowns his last four games.|
|11||Kellen Winslow||58||607||47||11||2||Not reliable but can still have some big games like against the Packers when he caught nine passes for 132 yards. The Bucs tight end got a two-point conversion against the Cowboys.|
|12||Vernon Davis||49||548||42||11||5||Bad game for fantasy owners last week against the Cardinals, catching only one pass for 32 yards. 49ers just could not keep their offense going.|
|13||Brent Celek||49||517||40||11||2||Looked to finally be breaking out in the Eagles offense, but not putting up the numbers needed to be a good fantasy start. Has 18 receptions for 195 yards in his last four games.|
|14||Dustin Keller||47||620||48||14||4||Keller is putting up alright fantasy stats with 16 receptions his last four games for 147 yards and two touchdowns against the Bills.|
|15||Marcedes Lewis||32||385||32||12||0||Catching some big passes, just not often enough for one of the worst offenses in the NFL.|
|16||Greg Olsen||43||525||40||12||5||Not looking great but did catch a touchdown and two passes for 53 yards his last game against the Falcons.|
|17||Dennis Pitta||31||318||25||10||2||The Ravens passing game is always suspect, but has two touchdowns over his previous three games.|
|18||Kevin Boss||22||288||26||13||2||Came alive against Green Bay, catching five passes for 43 yards and a touchdown.|
|19||Jermaine Gresham||43||452||41||11||5||Still has a ways to go to consider starting, but has caught 14 passes his last four games for 198 yards and a touchdown.|
|20||Jeremy Shockey||30||388||32||123||2||Just two receptions for 10 yards, but had a touchdown last week against the Falcons.|
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