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Fantasy TE PPR Rankings Week 5: Who to start with, sit as a tight end in fantasy football



We’ve been into the regular season for a month and the tight ends as a whole have been disappointing. We’re having a few breakdowns here and there though, and maybe, just maybe, we can begin to feel secure about the pecking order after the elites at the top. Our week 5 TE PPR fantasy rankings are based on pairings and one-month stats, but in this position, we know that the first five weeks can come out of nowhere (see CJ Uzomah and Mo Alie-Cox).

Rob Gronkowski (ribs) could be out for several weeks with the bye weeks beginning in Week 6, and Logan Thomas suffered a hamstring injury that left him out for most of Week 4. This poor position is about to lose even more weight. That’s why all the best players will be in the rosters, regardless of how disappointing they have been or how difficult their matchups are. George Kittle (@ Cardinals) and even Noah Fant (@ Steelers) should be in their rosters despite potentially having new quarterbacks this week.

WEEK 5 STANDARD RATINGS:
Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | Tight end | D / ST | Kicker

However, players in the start or sit bubble, like Dallas Goedert (@ Panthers), deserve concern. Goedert looked like it could be a must-start each week heading into the season, but we’ve seen just how pedestrian the Eagles’ passing offense is, and the Panthers have been one of the best defenders in football. Still, last week they fought mightily against Dallas tight ends, so Goedert is still in play as both he and Zach Ertz appear to be the main targets near the goal line.

WEEK 5 PPR RANKINGS:
Field marshal | Running backwards | Wide receiver | D / ST | Kicker

Mike Gesicki (@ Buccaneers), Dalton Schultz (vs. Giants), Dawson Knox (@ Chiefs), Tyler Conklin (vs. Lions) and Week 4 breakout CJ Uzomah (vs. Packers) appear to have higher ceilings this week. Schultz benefits from playing a mediocre defense for the Giants; Gesicki gets a pass defense from the Bucs that has been torched and Uzomah plays the Packers in what should be a high-scoring affair. Uzomah only has a week of high-level play, but the Packers have given up the third-most fantasy points to tight ends heading into Week 4. We’re not as convinced of him as Schultz and Knox, so start with his It’s your own risk, but why play it safe and start with just the guys with “safe floors” when those floors are five to six points? We should note that Schultz takes a hit in the PPR leagues, while Knox and Uzomah take light hits.

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Hunter Henry (@ Houston) and Jonnu Smith (@ Houston) had been the biggest disappointments until they both scored last week, but come on, it’s the Texans. Henry seems like the nominal “leader” here, but you never know how things will play out in any given week.

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Injury add-ins Cameron Brate (vs. Dolphins) and Ricky Seals-Jones (vs. Saints) have produced in the past, making them intriguing boom-bust plays. You can also try Evan Engram (against Cowboys) if the Giants’ WRs continue to deal with injuries. However, Engram was unable to do anything the last two weeks so it would really be reliant on garbage time production if it started it.

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We will update these TE PPR ratings as needed throughout the week, so please check back for the latest changes and analysis. For an individual analysis of key TEs, click here.

Fantasy TE PPR Rankings Week 5: Who to start with as a tight end

Classifications based on Full point PPR punctuation

RankPlayer
1Travis Kelce, KC vs. BUF
2Darren Waller, LV vs. CHI
3TJ Hockenson, IT @ MIN
4George Kittle, SF @ ARI
5Noah Fant, DEN @ PIT
6Dalton Schultz, DAL vs. NYG
7Mike Gesicki, MIA @ TB
8Dawson Knox, BUF @ KC
9Kyle Pitts, ATL vs. NYJ
10Mark Andrews, BAL vs. IND
elevenTyler Higbee, LAR @ SEA
12Tyler Conklin, MIN vs. DET
13Dallas Goedert, PHI @ CAR
14Zach Ertz, PHI @ CAR
fifteenHunter Henry, NE @ HOU
sixteenJared Cook, LAC vs. CLE
17Robert Tonyan Jr., GB @ CIN
18Jonnu Smith, NE @ HOU
19Cameron Brate, TB vs. MIA
twentyAustin Hooper, CLE @ LAC
twenty-oneRicky Seals-Jones, FUE vs. NO
22Evan Engram, NYG @ DAL
2. 3Gerald Everett, SEA v. LAR
24Pat Freiermuth, PIT vs. DEN
25Maxx Williams, ARI vs. SF
26CJ Uzomah, CIN vs. GB
27Juwan Johnson, NO @ FUE
28Mo Alie-Cox, IND @ BAL
29Jack Doyle, IND @ BAL
30Blake Jarwin, DAL vs. NYJ
31Ryan Griffin, New York vs. ATL
32Cole Kmet, CHI @ LV
33David Njoku, CLE @ LAC
3. 4Hayden Hurst, ATL vs. NYJ
35Adam Trautman, NO @ FUE
36Albert Okwuegbunam, DEN @ PIT
37OJ Howard, TB vs. MIA
38Eric Ebron, PIT vs. THE
39Pharaoh Brown, HOU vs. NE
40Anthony Firkser, TEN @ JAX
41Jimmy Graham, CHI @ LV
42Will Dissly, SEA vs. LAR




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