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By John Aubin, Patriots Correspondent, Fri, Jul 31st 10:06pm EDT

Gronkowski looked sharp on the first day of training camp, while hauling in several impressive receptions in traffic. The report further referred to the tight end as "the best player on the field" on Thursday, a positive assessment that provides a reminder that Gronkowski enters training camp in good health and poised be a major factor in the New England offense from the get-go. (Source: Patriots.com)

Fantasy Impact: Rob Gronkowski comes into camp ranked as the best TE in fantasy and should be a first round pick in most drafts. Gronkowski will be another year removed from his knee surgery and should improve on his 82 catch season last year.

 

By John Aubin, Patriots Correspondent, Thu, Jul 16th 5:48am EDT

The Patriots tight end won the ESPY for best comeback athlete after helping the Patriots to a Super Bowl XLIX title one season after being limited to seven games by injuries. Rob Gronkowski also won the NFL's Comeback Player of the Year award last season, when he had 82 catches for 1,124 yards and 12 touchdowns en route to the championship. (Source: Boston Herald)

Fantasy Impact: The biggest key to Rob Gronkowski's success last year was staying healthy. When he is not hurt and out on the field, Gronkowski is the most dominant tight end in the NFL and in fantasy. Gronkowski is ranked to go in the first round in most fantasy drafts this year. If he can avoid injuries he will provide first round value.

 

By Michael Vincent, Patriots Correspondent, Thu, Jul 9th 1:58pm EDT

Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski were among the 10 players NFL Network revealed in its Top 10 players of 2015, which was announced on Wednesday night. Gronkowski checked in on the list at 10 and Brady ranked third. (Source: Boston Herald)

Fantasy Impact: While this list is subjective and voted on, it goes to show how dynamic this duo is when at the top of their game. They were the only teammates in the top 10. From Weeks 5 through 16, the Patriots were 10-1 and it was Brady and Gronkowski who led the charge. In those 11 games, Brady finished third among QBs, averaging 21.5 fantasy points per game. Gronkowski was also no slouch, averaging 20.1 points per game, nearly six points more than the next player. While Brady's suspension puts a cloud over what he brings to the table in 2015, Gronkowski should be a sure fire first round pick in any format.

 

By Michael Vincent, Patriots Correspondent, Wed, Jun 24th 1:55am EDT

Steve Silva of the boston.com staff reports that "the Brady-to-Chandler connection looked sharp [at practice] with Tom Brady finding his new big target often during 11-on-11 drills before Chandler exited the field early with a minor injury to his right side." Silva also added, "With 6-foot-6, 265-pound Rob Gronkowski and 6-foot-7, 260-pound Scott Chandler manning the tight end position this season, it will be a tall order for defenses to stop the Patriots in the red zone and third-down situations." (Source: Steve Silva)

Fantasy Impact: The addition and emergence of Scott Chandler will not affect what Rob Gronkowski's value at all. Chandler is replacing Tim Wright as second tight end. Wright caught six touchdown passes last season, and Gronkowski still finished nearly 40 points and three points per game better than the second player at his position. If Chandler's role is expanded to be more than just a goal line target, he could also be a low end TE option in larger leagues or multiple TE formats.

 

By John Aubin, Patriots Correspondent, Wed, Jun 3rd 9:18am EDT

Rob Gronkowski has enjoyed a fully healthy offseason for the first time in years. During the previous few offseasons, Gronkowski has been rehabbing back, knee and/or elbow issues. (Source: Boston Herald)

Fantasy Impact: When Rob Gronkowski is healthy he is the top tight end in the NFL as well as fantasy. If he can stay healthy all year he should bring first round value to a fantasy team.

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Thu, Jan 29th 4:24pm EST

Rob Gronkowski is seeking his first ring with the Patriots.

Fantasy Impact: Gronkowski is healthy for the first time entering the Super Bowl, what does that mean? It means Brady will have all of his weapons including the "Gronk" all systems go. Gronk is hoping to make his own rendition of "A Gronking to remember" with a "Gronk" like performance in the Super Bowl! Catching 12 touchdown passes this year to go along with 82 receptions for 1124, Gronkowski has had his best year since 2011. He will look to finish this season off the right way against the "Legion of Boom" and prove Seattle Seahawks Jeremy Lane wrong when he referred to Gronkowski as a "not that good".

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Jan 19th 8:16pm EST

Rob Gronkowski caught three passes for 28 yards with a TD on eight targets in Sunday's 45-7 victory over the Colts in the AFC Championship game.

Fantasy Impact: Rob Gronkowski managed to score a TD for the fifth consecutive game. Gronkowski was relatively quiet for Gronkowski's typical output. Although Gronkowski scored a TD on Sunday, his three receptions were very low. Gronkowski will be healthy for the first time in his career for a Super Bowl and will be matched up with the toughest match-up on paper in the NFL. The NFC champion Seattle Seahawks have a vaunted defense that will for sure focus in on a healthy Gronkowski.

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Jan 11th 1:33pm EST

Rob Gronkowski caught 7 receptions for 108 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 35-31 playoff win over the Ravens.

Fantasy Impact: Seemingly open on every reception, Gronkowski capitalized on his 13 targets hauling in 7 receptions. Oddly not double covered throughout the game Gronkowski found himself with room to run after each reception. Gronk's TD came on a short slant route from Brady. Gronkowski will look to continue his masterful season in 2014 with another strong performance in the AFC championship game next week!

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Sat, Jan 3rd 8:56am EST

Rob Gronkowski was unanimously voted as an All-Pro by the associated press. Receiving 50-50 first team votes, Gronkowski was the only unanimous vote.

Fantasy Impact: Gronkowski has had 82 receptions for 1124 yards with 12 TD's in his 2014 regular season run. Being able to stay healthy for the first time in his last 3 seasons, Gronkowski was back to being "Gronk" all year. Having his best season this year since his breakout season in 2011, Gronkowski continues to be Tom Brady's go to option. A healthy Gronkowski will look to put a stamp on 2014 by helping lead his team through the playoffs and into the Superbowl.

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Dec 28th 12:07pm EST

Rob Gronkowski has been declared inactive for Week 17 against the Bills.

Fantasy Impact: The Patriots will be sitting their offensive weapon in Week 17 with the #1 seed already locked up. The Patriots are not willing to risk injury before the playoffs begin with their offensive juggernaut in Gronkowski.

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Sat, Dec 27th 11:51am EST

Rob Gronkowski for the first time in the last few years in healthy going into Week 17 and the start of the NFL playoffs. The Patriots would like nothing more than to keep "Gronk" healthy.

Fantasy Impact: Gronkowski may see limited snaps as the Patriots may choose to rest some of their starters with the #1 seed clinched in the AFC playoff picture. Gronkowski will be healthy for the first time in a long time entering the playoffs and the Brady and company would love to keep it that way. Gronkowski has been a machine this year with 82 receptions for 1124 yards and 12 touchdowns!

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Dec 21st 5:44pm EST

Rob Gronkowski caught six passes on 10 targets for 31 yards and a TD in Sunday's 17-16 win over the Jets. Gronkowski has had a TD in his last three games looking sharp as the NFL playoffs near.

Fantasy Impact: Gronkowski saw 10 targets and pulled in 6 of those for a pedestrian 31 yards, but was able to haul in a TD that saved his fantasy day. Owners anticipated more from Gronkowski with Edelman being out. Although Gronk was held in check for most of the day as he was Brady's short yard security blanket all day. For the Patriots they will look to keep Gronkowski healthy as the NFL playoffs near.

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Dec 14th 9:35pm EST

Rob Gronkowski had three catches for 96 yards with a Touchdown in Sunday's win over the Dolphins. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Rob Gronkowski has now scored in two straight games for the Patriots. Gronkowski was held without out a catch in the first half before he exploded for his 96 yards on just three catches. Gronkowski's last single digit contest in fantasy output? Was Week 7 against his AFC rival and Week 16 opponent the New York Jets! Gronkowski will look to add to his 11 touchdowns on the season against the Jets in Week 16.

 

By Charlie Finn, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Dec 8th 4:28pm EST

Rob Gronkowski caught 8 of 11 targets for 87 yards and a touchdown in Sunday nights 23-14 win over the Chargers. Gronkowski's 14 yard touchdown came on a back shoulder fade. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Gronkowski continued his dominance as the clear cut #1 TE in the NFL. With 10 touchdowns and consistent double digit fantasy points, Gronkowski has pulled away as #1 TE with Graham's recent struggles. Gronkowski looks to continue his dominance, against the Dolphins at home in Week 15!

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Nov 24th 10:55am EST

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski caught 5-of-10 targets for 78 yards in the team's Week 12 win over the Lions.

Fantasy Impact: Fellow TE Tim Wright ate into his targets, but there's no question Gronk remains a huge part of the Patriot's offense. He'll be a top TE1 in a huge Week 13 against the Packers.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Tue, Nov 18th 12:16am EST

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski caught 4-of-5 targets for 71 yards and a touchdown in the team's Week 11 win over the Colts.

Fantasy Impact: The Colt's defense was able to keep Gronk under control for most of the game, but he blew up in the fourth quarter. Fire him up as an elite TE1 in Week 12 against the Lions.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Nov 3rd 4:07pm EST

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski caught 9-of-10 targets for 105 yards and a touchdown in the team's Week 9 win over the Broncos.

Fantasy Impact: Now fully healthy, Gronkowski is looking like the best tight end in football. He'll have the bye week to rest up before the Patriot's face the Colts in Week 11.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Oct 27th 5:37pm EDT

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski caught 9-of-9 targets for 149 yards and three touchdowns in the team's Week 8 win over the Bears

Fantasy Impact: Gronk was simply unstoppable in Week 8, tossing around defenders on his way to a huge fantasy day. He's back to his elite form, and, barring any injuries, is a great bet to be fantasy's top tight end for the rest of the year. He's got the Broncos in Week 9.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Fri, Oct 17th 6:36pm EDT

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski caught 5-of-10 targets for 68 yards in the team's Week 7 win over the Jets.

Fantasy Impact: While he was held out of the end zone, he looked great, and was involved in 93% of snaps. He will be an elite TE option when the Patriots face the Bears in Week 8.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Oct 12th 8:58pm EDT

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski hauled in 7 catches for 95 yards in the team's Week 6 win over the Bills.

Fantasy Impact: Gronk played on nearly every offensive snap, excluding a short exit in the third quarter with an elbow issue. He also had a touchdown called back by a holding penalty. He'll remain an elite option next week against the Jets.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Tue, Sep 30th 12:56am EDT

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski hauled in 2 catches for 31 yards and a touchdown in the team's Week 4 loss to the Chiefs.

Fantasy Impact: Gronk had only one catch in the blowout loss until backup QB Jimmy Garoppolo tossed him a 13-yard touchdown late in the 4th quarter. While it's clear Gronk isn't 100%, he's moving in the right direction, and will continue to be an elite TE1.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Sep 22nd 4:04pm EDT

Patriot's tight end Rob Gronkowski hauled in 3 catches for 44 yards and a touchdown in the team's Week 3 game against the Raiders.

Fantasy Impact: Gronk continues to increase his snap count, and played on almost 60% of snaps in the game. He also barely missed having a second TD on a dropped pass in the end-zone. His role is continuing to expand, and he remains an elite option at TE.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Sep 15th 3:24pm EDT

Patriot's TE Rob Gronkowski hauled in four catches for 32 yards in the team's Week 2 match-up against the Vikings.

Fantasy Impact: Gronkowski was limited to just 27 snaps on a day when the Patriot's defense took control with 4 interceptions and a blocked field goal returned for a touchdown. He remains an elite option in all formats.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Sep 8th 12:52pm EDT

Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski hauled in 4 catches on 11 targets for 40 yards and a TD in the team's Week 1 game against the Dolphins. He was the team leader in targets, even though he only played on 38-of-86 offensive snaps.

Fantasy Impact: Gronk appeared a bit stiff all afternoon, but while he was clearly on a snap count, his usage was encouraging. He'll remain an elite, must-start TE in all formats.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Thu, Sep 4th 4:07pm EDT

Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski was limited in Wednesday practice, reports Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald. (Source: Jeff Howe on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The Patriots will likely limit Gronk throughout the week in preparation for Sunday. The team hasn't made any official announcements, but he continues to be on track to start Week 1. He may be on a snap count, but he is a must-start in all leagues.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Tue, Sep 2nd 11:41pm EDT

The Patriot's head coach commented on Tuesday "we'll have to make the decision we feel like is best for the team and we'll do that as we go through the week." (Source: CSN New England)

Fantasy Impact: Following Gronkowski's announcement on Monday that he is "ready to go" for Week 1, it's in classic Bill Belichick form to cast some doubt on the situation. It's extremely unlikely Gronk would have made his announcement on Monday unless he was sure he would suit up. Get him in your rosters.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Sep 1st 4:21pm EDT

“I'm ready to go. I’ll be playing," Gronk told reporters. He added that he won't be playing every snap. (Source: Boston Globe)

Fantasy Impact: Even a limited Gronk is better than nearly every other TE in the league. He's had a hugely impressive recovery after tearing his ACL last December. The only concern now would be if the Patriot's are rushing him back and risking another injury, so we will keep an eye on the situation. For now, he is a must-start in all formats - get him in your lineups.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Wed, Aug 27th 1:04pm EDT

The Patrtiot's acquired TE Tim Wright in a trade with the Buccaneers Tuesday, but ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Wright was brought in to compliment Gronkowski, not fill-in for him. (Source: Adam Schefter on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Gronk hasn't had any setbacks in his rehab, and we're optimistic he will start Week 1 until we hear otherwise. We may not see anything official out of New England until game-day inactives are announced.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Sat, Aug 23rd 2:24am EDT

TE Rob Gronkowski did not play in the Patriot's third preseason game on Friday night. According to the NFL Network's Albert Breer, "everything is still on course" for his recovery from ACL surgery, and the TE's outlook for Week 1 is "optimistic, but not certain." (Source: Albert Breer on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Gronk seems to be moving through the recovery process without any setbacks, and it was highly unlikely we'd be seeing him suit-up in the preseason anyway. We'll continue to follow his progress carefully. Gronk is a game-changing force when he's healthy.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Aug 18th 5:37pm EDT

The Patriots' tight end participated in 11-on-11 drills for the first time on Monday, and even took some minor contact. Afterwards, he said he's had "no setbacks" in his return from ACL surgery and that he plans to play a full 16-game season. (Source: Mike Reiss on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: While Gronk's intentions for the season won't necessarily translate into reality, he's had no setbacks and is clearly headed in the right direction. The Patriot's are highly unlikely to make any official announcements about the TE's Week-1 availability until much closer to game day, and he won't be seeing any preseason action. We'll continue to follow his progress leading into the regular season.

 

By Robert Cheng, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Aug 18th 5:27pm EDT

Rob Gronkowski got his first 11-on-11 work today and got "in and out of his routes without an issue." Although he caught a lot of passes, he did no participate in blocking drills. (Source: NFL.com)

Fantasy Impact: It's still a toss up as to whether Gronk will play Week 1. Gronk will sit out the last two preseason games, so these practice developments will be key in determining whether or not he can play. Gronk has said as recently as August 18th that he still plans to play all 16 games.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Fri, Aug 15th 3:20pm EDT

The MMBQ report added that the tight end was running with a "decent but not terrible limp," and looked "far from a lock to play Week 1." (Source: The MMQB)

Fantasy Impact: Considering Gronkowski is just 8 months removed from tearing his ACL, a slight limp is understandable, and the TE continues to make strides in his recovery. He still hasn't been cleared for physical contact, and it's doubtful he'll see any preseason action. We'll continue to monitor Gronk's progress closely, but it's likely we won't know his true Week 1 status until much closer to game day.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Tue, Aug 12th 10:08pm EDT

The Patriot's tight end has a "50-50" shot to play in Week 1, according to a Pro Football Talk report. (Source: Pro Football Talk)

Fantasy Impact: Just over seven months removed from his ACL tear, Gronkowski has been inching his way back into team activities. He's avoided the PUP list, which means the Patriot's are confident he will be available some time in the first six weeks of the season, but with Gronk's injury history, the team is being extra cautious. We'll continue to closely monitor the situation leading up to the Patriot's season-opener at Miami on September 7th.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Mon, Aug 11th 7:22pm EDT

Gronk participated in his first 7-on-7 drills of the year, wearing a non-contact jersey on Monday. (Source: Tom Curran on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: There's still no timetable for his return to action, but all signs point to a Week 1 debut for the tight end. If he can get healthy, Gronk will battle Jimmy Graham for fantasy's top TE spot.

 

By Graham Barfield, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Aug 10th 6:30pm EDT

Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski is feeling stronger and has not suffered a set back, but there is still no time-table for his return. (Source: Ben Volin - Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The good news keeps rolling in for the 25-year-old Gronkowski, as he has not suffered any setbacks during his rehab. It's also a good sign that the Patriots did not place Gronk on the active/PUP list to start camp. It looks like Gronk is on place to play Week 1, but he still hasn't been cleared for contact. He is a game-changer for both the Patriots and fantasy teams and his 3rd round ADP should be considered a great value.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Thu, Jul 31st 3:31pm EDT

The Boston Globe's Ben Volin reports that Gronk is "firing off the line, planting hard, cutting and catching passes from Brady." (Source: Ben Volin on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: The TE continues to work in only individual drills, but all signs point to a healthy Week 1 return. Expect Gronk's 35/TE3 ADP to continue to rise throughout camp.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 9:38pm EDT

The Boston Globe reported that while Gronk has been practicing in full pads, he has only been participating in non-contact drills. The TE has been sitting out 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 work. They added that it would "be a surprise" if Gronkowski got any preseason snaps in. (Source: Boston Globe)

Fantasy Impact: The Patriots want to make sure Gronkowski is healthy for the long run and continue to ease him back into football. Gronk has stayed the course with his return from ACL surgery, and all signs point to him being ready for the season opener.

 

By Robert Cheng, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 12:22pm EDT

Gronk, who sat out team drills on Thursday, participated in 11-on-11 drills at "half-to-3/4" speed on Sunday. (Source: NFL.com)

Fantasy Impact: So far, all indications point to Rob Gronkowski playing in Week 1. Gronkowski himself predicted as much, and this type of slow-but-steady progress is encouraging.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Thu, Jul 24th 1:12pm EDT

Gronk wore a knee brace and did not participate in 7-on-7 or 11-on-11 drills on Thursday. (Source: Boston.com)

Fantasy Impact: Gronk did participate in positional drills and 1-on-1 work with Tom Brady. He was able to cut and plant with no problem, but seemed to struggle accelerating while pushing off his right leg on routes. Although he avoided the PUP list to start camp, Gronk is clearly not 100%. The Patriots are going to ease the TE back into football as he continues to recover from ACL surgery.

 

By Jeff Moore, Patriots Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 7:23pm EDT

Gronkowski, who had surgery to repair his torn ACL in January, has been cleared by team doctors and is not on the Patriot's active/PUP list to start camp. (Source: Albert Breer on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Avoiding the active/PUP list for the start of camp means Gronk will not be eligible for the reserve/PUP list to start the season. This puts him directly on track to play Week 1. If Gronk can get through camp and into football condition without any setbacks, he'll battle Jimmy Graham for the top TE spot.

 

By Andrew Sears, Patriots Correspondent, Sun, Jul 20th 12:51am EDT

Gronkowski is recovering from ACL surgery on January 9th. Last season marked the 2nd straight year his season ended early due to injury. While Gronk said he plans to play the full season, it's very possible he'll be unable to participate at the beginning of training camp. (Source: Mike Reiss)

Fantasy Impact: Despite the optimism, Gronkowski's going to be a high upside risk for fantasy owners. He's nearly missed as many games over the past 2 years as he's played. His 3rd round ADP (#30 overall) will be a hefty price tag for anyone drafting him.

 
Fantasy Football Empire | Aug 1st
With Jimmy Graham moving from New Orleans to Seattle, this move further solidifies Rob Gronkowski as the number 1 overall tight end in 2015 drafts. Fantasy football league managers will have to make a draft day decision on drafting a top 5-6 RB, a top WR, or the top TE in Gronkowski. Gronk does come with a couple of chinks in the armor with missing 5 games in 2012 and 9 games in 2013. It's hard to justify drafting him 11th overall if quarterback Tom Brady's 4 game suspension is not reduced. A decision on Brady's potential reduction in his suspension won't be decided until mid to late July. His fantasy playoff schedule includes a tough matchup at Houston in week 14, a neutral matchup versus Tennessee in week 15, and a favorable matchup at the New York Jets in week 16.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 1st
Far and away the number 1 TE. Owning Gronkowski is like owning a stud Tight End and an extra WR3.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 1st
If you don't have Gronk at #1 you are either kidding yourself or trying to be smarter than you really are.
Yahoo! Sports | Jul 31st
Has 54 TDs in 65 career games - a healthy Gronk should easily reach 1,000 yards and 12 TDs, which will likely lap the rest of the TE field
The NY Times | Jul 31st
Gronk angry. Gronk score touchdown. Gronk win your fantasy game. Brady suspension could slow him down some in the early goings.
Breaking Football | Jul 30th
He's officially the man again. You won't be finding him in the 4th round this year...
WalterFootball | Jul 29th
Gronkowski has caught 308 passes in his career and 54 of those have gone for touchdowns. His 17.5% touchdown rate is insane and now he's gone a full season without getting injured and is still just 26 years old. Draft him and draft him often.
Fantasy Sports LR | Jul 25th
With Graham in SEA and Thomas leaving Den, the gap in value at TE rises...
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Gronk was the top-scoring fantasy tight end with 82 receptions for 1,124 yards and 12 receiving touchdowns. He should maintain the top spot in 2015.
SoCalledFanEx | Jun 27th
It is pretty easy to provide tight end rankings for Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham, but there's a good chance neither of those players will end up on your 2015 Fantasy Football team. The tight end position comes with a lot of responsibilities: protecting the quarterback, helping to open up lanes for the running back and […] The post 2015 Fantasy Football Tight End Rankings appeared fi...
Gridiron Experts | Jun 24th
Nine tight ends produced over 100 fantasy points in standard scoring leagues. If you have an elite tight end, like New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski, your fantasy team has a significant advantage on a week-by-week basis. Gronk led all tight ends in 2014 with 178 fantasy points in standard leagues. Erika Moody | 5 Productive Tight Ends Not Named Gronk - Gridiron Experts [[ This is a content summ...