Chet Gresham's Week 17 Fantasy Football TE Rankings



by Chet Gresham - on Twitter

To differentiate between all the "Start 'Ems" on Walt's Fantasy Football Start Em, Sit Em page, you can check out the Weekly Fantasy Football Rankings, so you can figure out whom to start between Player X and Player Y.

Below are my fantasy TE rankings and a set of links for my positional Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings. Keep in mind that this list is for this week only; not the entire rest of the season. If you don't like my rankings, check out Walter's fantasy football rankings.

The rankings are based on a PPR scoring system. Each player has Walterfootball.com's projected stats and standard scoring points.


Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | DEF | FLEX


Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings - PPR: RB | WR | TE | FLEX


But who do I start...

Updated 12/29 - Follow @walterfootball for updates.
  1. Charles Clay, TE, Bills (at Dolphins)- 18 Points
    5 Catches, 75 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Clay is the lead target for Tyrod Taylor in a must-win game and will be playing his old team.

  2. Delanie Walker, TE, Titans (vs. Jaguars)- 18 Points
    6 Catches, 65 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Walker hasn't been putting up big numbers, but he's been consistent and will be called on more than usual in a must-win game for the Titans.

  3. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots (vs. Jets)- 18 Points
    5 Catches, 70 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    The Patriots need this win to keep the No. 1 seed, but the Jets might play Christian Hackenberg for some of this game and it's pretty easy to tell that they won't put up much of a fight. Still, I like Gronkowski to shred this awful pass defense enough to be the No. 1 tight end.

  4. Antonio Gates, TE, Chargers (vs. Raiders)- 17 Points
    5 Catches, 65 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    It's hard to trust the old man, but after a big game against the Jets and now a great matchup against the Raiders in a must-win spot, you can't fade him.

  5. Greg Olsen, TE, Panthers (at Falcons)- 17 Points
    5 Catches, 60 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Olsen has been inconsistent since returning from his injury, but with the tight end field looking slim, I think you have to play him with his upside in mind in a game that will help the Panthers; seeding if they win.

  6. Evan Engram, TE, Giants (vs. Redskins)- 16 Points
    5 Catches, 55 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    If Sterling Shepard can't go and Engram can, he should easily see the bulk of the targets in a good matchup.



  7. Jack Doyle, TE, Colts (vs. Texans)- 16 Points
    5 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Doyle isn't flashy and has little upside, but he continues to put up good enough numbers to make him a must-start.

  8. Vernon Davis, TE, Redskins (at Giants)- 16 Points
    5 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.


  9. Cameron Brate, TE, Bucs (vs. Saints)- 16 Points
    5 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.


  10. Kyle Rudolph, TE, Vikings (vs. Bears)- 15 Points
    4 Catches, 55 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Rudolph has six touchdowns in his last six games and is tied for second among tight ends with eight on the year. He always has a decent shot at getting in the end zone and already caught six passes this season, including a touchdown, against the Bears.

  11. Eric Ebron, TE, Lions (vs. Packers)- 15 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Ebron has come on strong to end the season, and it's worth riding that good play in a shallow tight end pool.

  12. Jimmy Graham, TE, Seahawks (vs. Cardinals)- 15 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Graham has done little over the last three weeks. The odds remain good for a touchdown from him though, and that's hard to count on from other tight ends.

  13. Vance McDonald, TE, Steelers (vs. Browns)- 9 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  14. Benjamin Watson, TE, Ravens (vs. Bengals)- 8 Points
    4 Catches, 45 Receiving Yards.


  15. Jared Cook, TE, Raiders (at Chargers)- 8 Points
    4 Catches, 45 Receiving Yards.


  16. George Kittle, TE, 49ers (at Rams)- 8 Points
    4 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  17. Garrett Celek, TE, 49ers (at Rams)- 6 Points
    3 Catches, 35 Receiving Yards.


  18. Jason Witten, TE, Cowboys (at Eagles)- 6 Points
    2 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  19. Stephen Anderson, TE, Texans (at Colts)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 15 Receiving Yards.


  20. Jesse James, TE, Steelers (vs. Browns)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 15 Receiving Yards.


  21. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Jets (at Patriots)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 15 Receiving Yards.


  22. David Njoku, TE, Browns (at Steelers)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 15 Receiving Yards.


  23. Tyler Kroft, TE, Bengals (at Ravens)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 15 Receiving Yards.



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