2013 Tight Ends (TE) PPR Rankings – Fantasy Football Projections

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Take a at our 2013 tight end ppr rankings.

2013 PPR Rankings: : Top 200 | QB | RB | WR | TE | K | D/ST |

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1

Jimmy Graham

2

Rob Gronkowski

3

Antonio Gates

4

Aaron Hernandez

5

Vernon Davis

6

Jermichael Finley

7

Jacob Tamme

8

Brandon Pettigrew

9

Jermaine Gresham

10

Jason Witten

11

Kyle Rudolph

12

Fred Davis

13

Tony Gonzalez

14

Greg Olsen

15

Jared Cook

16

Brent Celek

17

Owen Daniels

18

Kellen Davis

19

Dwayne Allen

20

Scott Chandler

21

Coby Fleener

22

Ed Dickson

23

Dustin Keller

24

Lance Kendricks

25

D.J. Williams

26

Kellen Winslow

27

Martellus Bennett

28

Joel Dreessen

29

Tony Moeaki

30

Marcedes Lewis

31

Anthony Fasano

32

Niles Paul

33

Dallas Clark

34

Dennis Pitta

35

Heath Miller

36

Tony Scheffler

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2012 PPR TE Rankings

Last Updated – August 24th

1 Jimmy Graham
2 Rob Gronkowski
3 Antonio Gates
4 Aaron Hernandez
5 Vernon Davis
6 Jermichael Finley
7 Jacob Tamme
8 Brandon Pettigrew
9 Jermaine Gresham
10 Jason Witten
11 Kyle Rudolph
12 Fred Davis
13 Tony Gonzalez
14 Greg Olsen
15 Jared Cook
16 Brent Celek
17 Owen Daniels
18 Kellen Davis
19 Dwayne Allen
20 Scott Chandler
21 Coby Fleener
22 Ed Dickson
23 Dustin Keller
24 Lance Kendricks
25 D.J. Williams
26 Kellen Winslow
27 Martellus Bennett
28 Joel Dreessen
29 Tony Moeaki
30 Marcedes Lewis
31 Anthony Fasano
32 Niles Paul
33 Dallas Clark
34 Dennis Pitta
35 Heath Miller
36 Tony Scheffler

2011 PPR TE Rankings

Rankings Last Updated – September 2nd

Just look at Jason Witten’s value change from standard redraft leagues to PPR leagues as an indication of the value in adding a point per reception to a tight end. While Witten is still a top five option in standard leagues, he’s clearly the second best option in PPR, and he’s not that far away in total production from Chargers Antonio Gates.

Adding a point per reception, in my opinion, makes veterans like Kellen Winslow, Tony Gonzalez and Zach Miller better fantasy options because we know they will be active in the offense. This makes high upside youngsters like Jimmy Graham a little less appealing because if you can get a reliable reception producer, it’s worth selecting them as your starter to begin the season, because of their consistent production.

Our tight end projections below take into account not just each pass catchers 2011 projected stats, but each players upside, risk, weather factors, strength of schedule, style of offense and the team they have (skill players) around them. Throughout the summer, we will be updating this page because injuries, free agency and unexpected breaking news are constant and values are always in flux.

For fantasy player rankings beyond standard league play feel free to check out our cheat sheets section of the website for rankings in various league play. We will also have mock drafts available to help you get an idea of where various tight ends are being selected in different league styles.We also have Standard and Keeper / Dynasty rankings for tight ends as well.

1

Antonio Gates

2

Vernon Davis

3

Dallas Clark

4

Jason Witten

5

Jermichael Finley

6

Owen Daniels

7

Jimmy Graham

8

Kellen Winslow

9

Marcedes Lewis

10

Tony Gonzalez

11

Rob Gronkowski

12

Dustin Keller

13

Zach Miller

14

Aaron Hernandez

15

Kevin Boss

16

Brandon Pettigrew

17

Chris Cooley

18

Fred Davis

19

Lance Kendricks

20

Heath Miller


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