Fantasy Football TE Rankings: Week 10

Tight end is normally a top-heavy position, but there is some depth this year. With six teams on bye, your options are hurting a bit. If you're unsure of who to start this week, check out my rankings. I list the top 15, because those are the only ones who are usually worth starting.

Byes: Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, New England Patriots, San Diego Chargers & Washington Redskins

Last Update: Nov. 8

Other Rankings: QB, RB, WR, TE, DEF

Rank & Player Opponent Notes
1. Jimmy Graham, NO SF Graham looks completely fine, which is great for his owners.
2. Julius Thomas, DEN @OAK Thomas is always a high-end start, despite just eight catches in his last three games.
3. Greg Olsen, CAR @PHI Olsen is one of the few reliable targets in Carolina.
4. Martellus Bennett, CHI @GB Bennett's production ebbs and flows based on if he scores.
5. Travis Kelce, KC @BUF He's inconsistent, like many tight ends, but you can justify starting Kelce.
6. Heath Miller, PIT @NYJ With Big Ben throwing six touchdowns a game, Miller is worth a look.
7. Larry Donnell, NYG @SEA The Seahawks have a good defense, but are allowing the fourth-most fantasy points to TEs.
8. Owen Daniels, TEN With so many teams on bye, Daniels is good fill-in option.
9. Jason Witten, DAL @JAC A good matchup for Witten.
10. Delanie Walker, TEN @BAL Walker seems okay with Mettenberger under center, but has a tough matchup.
11. Zach Ertz, PHI CAR Ertz has promise, but he's been a little boom-or-bust this season.
12. Vernon Davis, SF @NO Davis doesn't look himself this season.
13. Mychael Rivera, OAK DEN Rivera has come out of nowhere with two strong efforts.
14. Charles Clay, MIA @DET You could do worse, but he's got a poor matchup.
15. Jared Cook, STL @ARI Cook hasn't played well, but he has a great matchup. The Cardinals have a tendency to give up a lot of points to TEs.

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