Fantasy Football TE Rankings: Week 6

Tight end is normally a top-heavy position, but there is some depth this year. If you're unsure of who to start this week, check out my rankings. The bye comes at a perfect time for Jimmy Graham, who left last week's game with an injury. I list the top 15, because those are the only ones who are usually worth starting.

Byes: Kansas City Chiefs & New Orleans Saints

Updated: Oct. 9

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

Rank & Player Opponent Notes
1. Julius Thomas, DEN @NYJ Thomas is always a high-end start.
2. Rob Gronkowski, NE @BUF If Gronk is healthy, Gronk is starting for you.
3. Greg Olsen, CAR @CIN Olsen is one of the few reliable targets in Carolina.
4. Martellus Bennett, CHI @ATL Bennett has played really well so far this season.
5. Delanie Walker, TEN JAC Walker is one of the few Titans who is performing well.
6. Antonio Gates, SD @OAK Two TDs against the Jets and now he's got the Raiders.
7. Larry Donnell, NYG @PHI Go ahead and keep playing Donnell.
8. Jordan Cameron, CLE PIT You can play Cameron, but he's not a high-end starter.
9. Zach Ertz, PHI NYG He's looked good so far. This could be his breakout season.
10. Heath Miller, PIT @CLE Big Ben loves Miller.
11. Vernon Davis, SF @STL Davis' spot will be determined by how healthy he is. If you own him, be cautious.
12. Jason Witten, DAL @SEA He's had a slow start, but don't bail on him just yet.
13. Owen Daniels, @TB Daniels will be needed to step up with Pitta out.
14. Jordan Reed, WAS @ARI Looks like Reed will finally be healthy.
15. Charles Clay, MIA GB You could do worse.

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