Saturday, November 27

Fantasy TE PPR Rankings Week 10: Who to start with, sit as a tight end in fantasy football

As the bye weeks continue and injuries mount, transmission at tight end is more important than ever, especially since there have been so few tight ends who have been reliable options week after week. Of course, you’re not going to bench Travis Kelce, Darren Waller, or Mark Andrews, but we’re at the point where, realistically, you might have a better sleep option than George Kittle. We’ll go through it all in our fantasy TE PPR ranking from week 10.

Logan Thomas (hamstring) should be back in Week 10, so do yourself a favor and snag him if he’s available in your league. It is rare to acquire a player with a top five advantage in any position for free, but this is the opportunity. Dawson Knox (hand) is very possessed, but also keep an eye on his injury status. The biggest loss of the byes this week is probably CJ Uzomah, so all the best players are on the table. That being said, a lot of people won’t need transmitters this week, but we know some will.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

Dan Arnold (@ Colts), Pat Freiermuth (vs. Lions), and Tyler Conklin (@ Chargers) are really the only three streamers we can advise you to play with confidence. The Colts, Lions and Chargers are very generous with tight ends, and with each of those guys being a focal point in their offenses, they should eat this week. Of course, start Thomas (against Buccaneers) too, but it almost doesn’t feel right to call him a streamer. Let it be known that we like it as a top 10 game this week and the rest of the way.

Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | D / ST | Kicker

We’ve gotten to the point where it’s hard to consider Mo Alie-Cox (against Jaguars) as a PPR play, regardless of the matchup. He sits 33rd among tight ends in goals per game, and we know his only saving grace is a touchdown. Tommy Sweeney (@ Jets) has a strong showdown if Knox stays out, but hasn’t benefited much from Knox’s absence. Like Alie-Cox and Sweeney, Jonnu Smith (against Browns) hasn’t shown us enough this season to consider him a favorable matchup, especially when he’s constantly beaten. Jared Cook (against Vikings) has been attractive in certain weeks, but not in Week 10 against a top-eight defense against fantasy tight ends. Marcedes Lewis (vs. Seahawks) is another type of TD or bust better suited for standard leagues.

As mentioned above, the best studs are up for grabs this week, so while there are only a handful of playable options at the position, we expect a small percentage of fantasy owners to have to worry about streaming. Trust your studs and don’t overthink it.

Note: We’ll update these TE rankings throughout the week, so check back for the latest player moves and analytics.

Fantasy TE PPR Rankings Week 10: Who to start with as a tight end

Classifications based on Full point PPR punctuation

1Darren Waller, LV vs. KC
2Mark Andrews, BAL @ MIA
3Mike Gesicki, MIA vs. BAL
4Travis Kelce, KC @ LV
5Kyle Pitts, ATL @ DAL
6Logan Thomas, WAS vs. TB
7Rob Gronkowski, TB @ WAS
8TJ Hockenson, IT @ PIT
9George Kittle, SF vs. LAR
10Tyler Conklin, MIN @ LAC
elevenPat Freiermuth, PIT vs. THAT
12Dan Arnold, JAX @ IND
13Noah Fant, DEN vs. FI
14Dalton Schultz, DAL vs. ATL
fifteenDallas Goedert, PHI @ DEN
sixteenHunter Henry, NE vs. CLE
17Zach Ertz, ARI vs. CAR
18Tyler Higbee, L to R @ SF
19Jared Cook, LAC vs. MIN
twentyMo Alie-Cox, IND vs. JAX
twenty-oneMarcedes Lewis, GB v. SEA
22Gerald Everett, SEA @ GB
23Jonnu Smith, NE vs. CLE
24Tommy Sweeney, BUF @ NYJ
25Jack Doyle, IND vs. JAX
26Adam Trautman, NO @ TEN
27Austin Hooper, CLE @ NE
28David Njoku, CLE @ NE
29Tommy Tremble, CAR @ ARI
30Hayden Hurst, ATL @ DAL
31Tyler Kroft, New York vs. BUF
32Geoff Swaim, TEN vs. NO
33Will Dissly, SEA @ GB

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