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Top Tight End (TE) NFL Fantasy Football Rankings – 8/ 7/ 2013

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Consistency was a big problem for Jared Cook during his time with the Tennessee Titans but with shoddy quarterback play through his career, it’s hard to blame him. In free agency Cooks old Head Coach Jeff Fisher signed him to play in St. Louis, giving him a second chance to make good on the skills he possesses as a receiving threat.

Cook has the ability to be a TE1 option and I believe the time is now for Cook to have a breakout season as he’s developing chemistry with quarterback Sam Bradford.

Could be wrong about Cook, but with the depth we have at the tight end position, you can afford to take a chance on him as mid to low-end TE1 option and still recover off the waiver wire if things don’t go as planned.

Breakout Season Will Come For Sam Bradford In 2013

Bradford will finally have an offensive line that gives him enough time to make a difference. Through the offseason I’ve heard rumblings that the Rams are planning for a pass first, up-tempo offense that should complement Bradford strengths.

Why not, as we are seeing teams script offensive game plans around familiar concepts that their young quarterbacks are familiar running back in college. This was the case with Colin Kaepernick a year ago as the 49ers wisely used the pistol offense, albeit not every play, but enough to make an impact and give their quarterback added confidence to execute plays on the field.

Bradford has the physical tools and mental makeup to be a quality starter in the NFL and I believe his best days are to come. While the Rams have brought in much-needed talent at the receiver position over the past two drafts, Cook should be one of the premier go to option in the passing game.

If Cook hits, he could end up as a top five option in fantasy leagues. If not, go to the waiver wire and find a hot option. I’ll put my money on Cook having success in 2013.

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1

Jimmy Graham, NO

2

Rob Gronkowski, NE (I)

3

Vernon Davis, SF

4

Jason Witten, DAL

5

Tony Gonzalez, ATL

6

Jared Cook, STL

7

Greg Olsen, CAR

8

Kyle Rudolph, MIN

9

Martellus Bennett, CHI

10

Dwayne Allen, IND

11

Jermichael Finley, GB

12

Dustin Keller, MIA

13

Fred Davis, WAS

14

Brandon Myers, NYG

15

Jordan Cameron, CLE

16

Antonio Gates, SD

17

Owen Daniels, HOU

18

Coby Fleener, IND

19

Brandon Pettigrew, DET

20

David Ausberry, OAK

21

Rob Housler, ARZ

22

Jermaine Gresham, CIN

23

Tyler Eifert, CIN

24

Brent Celek, PHI

25

Ed Dickson, BAL (I)

26

Luke Stocker, TB (I)

27

Julius Thomas, DEN

28

Travis Kelce, KC

29

Marcedes Lewis, JAX

30

Taylor Thompson, TEN

31

Zach Miller, SEA (I)

32

Heath Miller, PIT (I)

33

James Casey, PHI

34

Tony Moeaki, KC

35

Jeff Cumberland, NYJ

36

Delanie Walker, TEN (I)

37

Scott Chandler, BUF (I)

38

Matt Spaeth, PIT

39

Jake Ballard, NE (I)

40

Jacob Tamme, DEN

41

Vance McDonald, SF

42

Adrian Robinson, NYG

43

Mychal Rivera, OAK

44

Kellen Winslow Jr, NYJ

45

Anthony Fasano, KC

46

Zach Ertz, PHI

47

Jordan Reed, WAS

48

Lance Kendricks, STL

49

Ladarius Green, SD

50

Luke Willson, SEA

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