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2019 Draft Rankings
Travis Kelce photo 1. Travis Kelce KC (vs . LAC)
Not only was he worthy of a first-round pick last year, but there are now question marks surrounding the No. 1 receiver on his team that could boost his targets to even higher heights. Not that he needs them, as his 150 targets were tied for fourth all-time among tight ends. Kelce gives you consistency and predictability at a very unpredictable position and an advantage every week. If you want to take him at the end of the first-round or beginning of the second-round, you should
12 weeks ago
George Kittle photo 2. George Kittle SF (at SEA)
You have to give Kittle a ton of credit for what he did in 2018. He played with a combination of Jimmy Garoppolo, C.J. Beathard, and Nick Mullens yet managed to set the yardage record for a tight end. Getting Garoppolo back for the full season should help, but he may lose a few targets considering Dante Pettis is now in a starting role, while the 49ers drafted Deebo Samuel in the second-round and Jalen Hurd in the third-round. He's still a force to be reckoned with and one of the three tight ends worth a pick in the first three rounds
12 weeks ago
Zach Ertz photo 3. Zach Ertz PHI (at NYG)
With new additions of DeSean Jackson, JJ Arcega-Whiteside, and Miles Sanders, you have to wonder if Ertz loses of his (tight end) record of 156 targets he saw in 2018. You also have Dallas Goedert coming into his second season after an impressive rookie campaign. Still, it's rare to find a tight end who can average 8-10 targets per game, making Ertz worthy of a pick in the top three rounds
12 weeks ago
O.J. Howard photo 4. O.J. Howard TB (vs . ATL)
O.J. Howard's 11.8 yards per target in 2018 ranks as the second-highest mark of all time among tight ends who saw at least 40 targets. His mark of 11.1 yards per target in 2017 would rank fifth all-time, but he just missed the cutoff with 39 targets. His career mark of 11.5 yards per target is the best of all-time (since they started tracking targets). In short, he's a rock-solid presence when healthy, but he needs to stay on the field
12 weeks ago
Hunter Henry photo 5. Hunter Henry LAC (at KC)
Prior to tearing his ACL, Henry's career arc was moving in the right direction. His per-target production is through the roof as he's seen 115 targets in his career that have amounted to 81 receptions for 1,057 yards and 12 touchdowns. By comparison, Zach Ertz saw 156 targets in 2018 and finished with 1,163 yards and 8 touchdowns
12 weeks ago
Evan Engram photo 6. Evan Engram NYG (vs . PHI)
Remember when Engram finished his rookie season as the No. 5 tight end? Well, he did that because the volume was there. He saw 115 targets that season because of the injuries to Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall. Those guys are both gone, and while Sterling Shepard and Golden Tate remain, those guys aren't going to see the target share of Beckham. Not only did Engram's target-share dip last year, but he also dealt with some injuries, leading him to finish outside the top-10 in his sophomore season. The expectation should be that he'll see 100-plus targets in 2019, which is something only 4-5 tight ends can say
12 weeks ago
Jared Cook photo 7. Jared Cook NO (at CAR)
Recency bias is real with Cook, who has been a disappointment throughout his fantasy career. Sure, he's going to play with Drew Brees in New Orleans, but don't forget that he played with Aaron Rodgers just a few short years ago. Did you know that 2018 was the first time he scored more than five touchdowns in a season? Or how about that it was his first time topping 54 receptions or 759 yards? Over the last three years there hasn't been a running back/tight end duo who's topped 195 targets on the same team (the highest duo on the Saints has been just 151). Over the last two years, Kamara has totaled at least 100 targets, which tells you that Cook's ceiling is extremely limited
16 weeks ago
Vance McDonald photo 8. Vance McDonald PIT (at BAL)
With Antonio Brown and Jesse James out of town, there are over 200 targets up for grabs in the Steelers offense, though they're not likely to throw the ball as much in 2019. Still, McDonald was given a vote of confidence when the Steelers didn't draft a tight end in the first four rounds of what was considered a deep tight end class. Not much slides past me, but did you know McDonald saw 73 targets in 2018? That ranked 12th among tight ends and he finished as the No. 10 fantasy tight end. If McDonald stays on the field, he's absolutely locked-in for 90-plus targets and a top-eight finish in 2019
12 weeks ago
David Njoku photo 9. David Njoku CLE (at CIN)
It's hard looking on the bright side if you're a Njoku supporter, as he had the opportunity of a lifetime last year when Josh Gordon was traded. It allowed him to see many more targets in the offense with Baker Mayfield, though it didn't turn into what many had hoped. He ranked seventh in targets (89), but ninth in fantasy scoring. The addition of Odell Beckham surely isn't going to help him add to that target total, so he'll need to get more efficient in order to take the next step
12 weeks ago
Austin Hooper photo 10. Austin Hooper ATL (at TB)
It may not have been as consistent as we would all have liked, but Hooper ended up as the #7 fantasy tight end in 2018 thanks to a few huge performances. If you can't land any of the top six tight ends in your draft, Hooper's ADP makes him a top late-round target.
13 weeks ago
Delanie Walker photo 11. Delanie Walker TEN (at HOU)
After missing all of the 2018 season, Walker returns to what looks like a full house of pass-catchers. He'll now compete with Corey Davis, A.J. Brown, and Adam Humphries for targets from Marcus Mariota, who really struggled in Walker's absence. While we look for reasons to fade Walker, he just might be the one Mariota looks back to in order to regain some confidence. He's not going to finish as a top-five tight end anymore, but top-12 is well within reach
16 weeks ago
Mark Andrews photo 12. Mark Andrews BAL (vs . PIT)
The Ravens have what seems like 100 tight ends but among them, Andrews is the best bet to produce. He has a chance to be the breakout player of the year at the position if Lamar Jackson is trusted to pass more, but that ceiling only makes him waiver wire speed dial worthy instead of draftable.
15 weeks ago
Eric Ebron photo 13. Eric Ebron IND (at JAC)
You don't need us to tell you that Ebron's going to come back down to earth in 2019, right? Let's say you're optimistic and aren't worried about the additions of Devin Funchess and Parris Campbell, or the return of Jack Doyle. He scored 14 touchdowns in 2018, which ranks as the third-most all-time by a tight end. His targets (110), however, ranked 13th all-time, and his yardage (750) ranked 132nd all-time. Regression was coming, and that's before Andrew Luck announced his retirement. He's just a streaming option with Jacoby Brissett under center.
12 weeks ago
Trey Burton photo 14. Trey Burton CHI (at MIN)
It was supposed to be a breakout season for Burton in 2018 under Matt Nagy, but instead, it was a mediocre season. While he did finish as the No. 7 tight end, anyone who owned him can tell you it was frustrating. He played all 16 games, but he was hampered by some injuries at the end of the year. While year two could bring more consistency, we should have both Anthony Miller and Allen Robinson nearing full health, as they dealt with injuries as well in 2018. Burton isn't going to turn into Travis Kelce despite playing in the same offense, but he's still likely going to finish as a top-10 tight end at year's end
16 weeks ago
Greg Olsen photo 15. Greg Olsen CAR (vs . NO)
We've made it through another offseason and Olsen is still playing football. He's considered retirement multiple times, but maybe he's returning because his life is probably easier with D.J. Moore and Curtis Samuel on the field? The bad news is that he's no longer the No. 1 target in the offense and he's continually losing targets to Christian McCaffrey, who set the record for receptions by a running back in 2018. Through 16 games the last two seasons, Olsen has seen a combined 76 targets, totaling 482 yards and five touchdowns. He has played through some injuries, so that's not exactly precise, but it's not far off from what you'll get out of him moving forward
16 weeks ago
Jimmy Graham photo 16. Jimmy Graham GB (at DET)
Most don't realize Graham finished with just two touchdowns last year, something we should never expect to happen again. Why? Throughout his nine-year career, he's caught a touchdown an average of every 13.4 targets. There's been just two occasions where he's averaged more than 15.8 targets. It was likely due to the fact that Aaron Rodgers had just 25 passing scores and finished with a career-low touchdown percentage. Year two should lead to more chemistry, and you should bet on Rodgers bouncing back
16 weeks ago
Kyle Rudolph photo 17. Kyle Rudolph MIN (vs . CHI)
After getting his contract extension to stay with the Vikings, it should be expected for him to remain the starter while they bring rookie Irv Smith Jr. along slowly. Rudolph may have shown up as the No. 8 fantasy tight end at year's end, but he produced top-12 type numbers in just 31.3 percent of his games, while scoring less than 7.0 PPR points in 43.8 percent of his games. With the Vikings talking about a more run-heavy approach in 2019, Rudolph's numbers will suffer even more
16 weeks ago
Jordan Reed photo 18. Jordan Reed WAS (at DAL)
Say what you want about how awful Reed has been compared to his ADP over the years, but you can't say he has been bad when healthy. Unfortunately, Reed suffered his 7th concussion of his career in the preseason so we may have to wait awhile before we can use him.
13 weeks ago
Jack Doyle photo 19. Jack Doyle IND (at JAC)
You may believe Eric Ebron stole the job from Jack Doyle last season but when Doyle came back from injury, he played 196 snaps to Ebron's 112 so don't rule out the possibility that Doyle is the one to own in Indy. Believe it or not, Doyle was excellent with Brisset two years ago, catching 23 more balls than even T.Y. Hilton.
12 weeks ago
Chris Herndon IV photo 20. Chris Herndon IV NYJ (at BUF)
Did Herndon make a splash during his rookie season? Yes, he did. Does that mean it'll continue in year two? No. The offense has been completely overhauled, starting up top with the head coach Adam Gase, who turned Mike Gesicki into an afterthought in fantasy, though many experts had him as the top tight end in last year's class. The Jets also added Jamison Crowder and Le'Veon Bell, two players who'll take targets away from Herndon over the middle of the field. Gase's offense has produced less than 58 plays in two of his last three seasons and the Jets are likely to play solid defense with a ball-control style offense. That doesn't add up to much for last year's promising rookie
16 weeks ago
T.J. Hockenson photo 21. T.J. Hockenson DET (vs . GB)
A rookie tight end in fantasy football? That usually amounts to fantasy owners being let down. There have been 70 tight ends who've been drafted inside the top six rounds of the NFL Draft since 2013. Just one of them went on to finish as a top-12 fantasy tight end. That was Evan Engram who needed injuries to Odell Beckham, Brandon Marshall, and Sterling Shepard to get there. If Marvin Jones and Kenny Golladay were to go down with injuries, then it's okay to rely on the rookie Hockenson
16 weeks ago
Dallas Goedert photo 22. Dallas Goedert PHI (at NYG)
If there were ever such a thing as a tight end handcuff, Goedert would be it. Should something happen to Zach Ertz that would force him to miss time, Goedert would be a plug-and-play top-five option every week. Unfortunately, he doesn't have much value outside of that, as there simply aren't enough targets to go around. That was clear last year when he saw more than five targets just once all season
16 weeks ago
Darren Waller photo 23. Darren Waller OAK (at DEN)
Waller is becoming a favorite sleeper among analysts in the industry and is flying up draft boards as a result. This freak of nature athlete landed in Jared Cooks role that gave fantasy owners a top 5 fantasy season last year so the upside is enormous.
17 weeks ago
Noah Fant photo 24. Noah Fant DEN (vs . OAK)
It can be argued that Fant has the better opportunity than T.J. Hockenson this year, as the Broncos receiving corps is likely to be without Emmanuel Sanders to start the year, and they have Joe Flacco at the helm, who's always gravitated towards his tight ends. Fant has a ways to go in his blocking, but as a receiver, he should be able to contribute right away. However, knowing what we do about rookie tight ends, it's best to just stream Fant when he has a good matchup rather than draft him
16 weeks ago
Tyler Eifert photo 25. Tyler Eifert CIN (vs . CLE)
His breakout season in 2015 seems so far away at this point, it's hard to rely on the tight end who's played just 14 games over the last three years. When on the field, Eifert has been extremely solid, but there's been a new offense installed in Cincinnati. Now dealing with competition between A.J. Green, Tyler Boyd, Joe Mixon, and John Ross, it's unlikely Eifert will ever get the targets needed to become a consistent fantasy option
16 weeks ago
Mike Gesicki photo 26. Mike Gesicki MIA (at NE)
It was a disastrous rookie season for Gesicki. Despite seeing just 11 targets, Raiders backup tight end Lee Smith outscored Gesicki in fantasy football. You can blame Adam Gase. You can blame Ryan Tannehill. You can blame the fact that he was a rookie. The issue is that he didn't flash even when targeted and will now play for a defensive-minded head coach. We know he's a phenomenal athlete, but there was nothing he did in 2018 that suggests breakout in 2019
16 weeks ago
Gerald Everett photo 27. Gerald Everett LAR (vs . ARI)
Last year may not have produced phenomenal results, but Everett did see a 31 percent increase in targets. Part of that likely comes from the fact that Cooper Kupp was out of the lineup for much of the season, freeing up some targets. Sean McVay's offense doesn't seem to allot many targets to the tight end position, so it's tough to see a breakout happening with Everett
16 weeks ago
Jason Witten photo 28. Jason Witten DAL (vs . WAS)
Witten is by no means a sexy add at this point in his career, but he'll see enough targets, especially in the red zone, to make him worthy of streaming two or three times this season.
15 weeks ago
Ian Thomas photo 29. Ian Thomas CAR (vs . NO)
Cameron Brate photo 30. Cameron Brate TB (vs . ATL)
He's strictly the backup tight end to O.J. Howard, but that carries some value considering Howard hasn't been able to stay on the field his first two seasons. He'll be useful in streaming situations, as he's now scored at least six touchdowns in each of the last three seasons, but as a backup tight end, he shouldn't be drafted
16 weeks ago
Will Dissly photo 31. Will Dissly SEA (vs . SF)
We don't have a big sample size of production out of Dissly, who was supposed to be "just" a blocking tight end. After catching six passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns in the first two games, Dissly came down to earth and posted just two catches for nine yards in his next two games. There was a flash of potential, but he's likely going to share the targets with Nick Vannett
16 weeks ago
Hayden Hurst photo 32. Hayden Hurst BAL (vs . PIT)
It seems many have forgotten that the Ravens selected Hurst a full round ahead of Mark Andrews, though a broken foot derailed his rookie season. Hurst was considered the more pro-ready player coming into the league, though Andrews played well enough in 2018 to create a timeshare. Hurst did add 20 pounds this offseason to help out as a blocker, which could keep him on the field a bit more, as Andrews is a poor blocker. Still, it's hard to see the Ravens produce a consistent tight end in 2019
16 weeks ago
Charles Clay photo 33. Charles Clay ARI (at LAR)
Nick Vannett photo 34. Nick Vannett PIT (at BAL)
Irv Smith Jr. photo 35. Irv Smith Jr. MIN (vs . CHI)
Geoff Swaim photo 36. Geoff Swaim JAC (vs . IND)
Nick Foles is the most tight end happy quarterback in the league which is specifically why Swaim decided to sign with Jacksonville. His athleticism and the fact that there is little competition in the Jags' receiver corps for targets makes him the ultimate deep sleeper.
14 weeks ago
Matt LaCosse photo 37. Matt LaCosse NE (vs . MIA)
LaCosse appears to be the favorite to open the season as the Patriots' starting tight end. Whether that continues all season is anyways guess and we certainly can't expect him to replace Gronk, but the fact of the matter is that this role will lead to a few big weeks here and there and perhaps more.
16 weeks ago
Benjamin Watson photo 38. Benjamin Watson NE (vs . MIA)
Vernon Davis photo 39. Vernon Davis WAS (at DAL)
Ricky Seals-Jones photo 40. Ricky Seals-Jones CLE (at CIN)
C.J. Uzomah photo 41. C.J. Uzomah CIN (vs . CLE)
Jonnu Smith photo 42. Jonnu Smith TEN (at HOU)
Blake Jarwin photo 43. Blake Jarwin DAL (vs . WAS)
Jesse James photo 44. Jesse James DET (vs . GB)
Tyler Higbee photo 45. Tyler Higbee LAR (vs . ARI)
Adam Shaheen photo 46. Adam Shaheen CHI (at MIN)
Dawson Knox photo 47. Dawson Knox BUF (vs . NYJ)
Josh Oliver photo 48. Josh Oliver JAC (vs . IND)
Jace Sternberger photo 49. Jace Sternberger GB (at DET)
Jordan Thomas photo 50. Jordan Thomas HOU (vs . TEN)
Jake Butt photo 51. Jake Butt DEN (vs . OAK)
Jordan Akins photo 52. Jordan Akins HOU (vs . TEN)
Tyler Kroft photo 53. Tyler Kroft BUF (vs . NYJ)
Jeff Heuerman photo 54. Jeff Heuerman DEN (vs . OAK)
Demetrius Harris photo 55. Demetrius Harris CLE (at CIN)
Josh Hill photo 56. Josh Hill NO (at CAR)
Mo Alie-Cox photo 57. Mo Alie-Cox IND (at JAC)
Maxx Williams photo 58. Maxx Williams ARI (at LAR)
Foster Moreau photo 59. Foster Moreau OAK (at DEN)
Nick Boyle photo 60. Nick Boyle BAL (vs . PIT)
Kahale Warring photo 61. Kahale Warring HOU (vs . TEN)
Rhett Ellison photo 62. Rhett Ellison NYG (vs . PHI)
Xavier Grimble photo 63. Xavier Grimble FA (BYE)
James O'Shaughnessy photo 64. James O'Shaughnessy JAC (vs . IND)
Darren Fells photo 65. Darren Fells HOU (vs . TEN)
Luke Willson photo 66. Luke Willson SEA (vs . SF)
Nick O'Leary photo 67. Nick O'Leary JAC (vs . IND)
Virgil Green photo 68. Virgil Green LAC (at KC)
Blake Bell photo 69. Blake Bell KC (vs . LAC)
Ryan Griffin photo 70. Ryan Griffin NYJ (at BUF)
Luke Stocker photo 71. Luke Stocker ATL (at TB)
Garrett Celek photo 72. Garrett Celek SF (at SEA)
Dalton Schultz photo 74. Dalton Schultz DAL (vs . WAS)
Anthony Firkser photo 75. Anthony Firkser TEN (at HOU)
Drew Sample photo 76. Drew Sample CIN (vs . CLE)
Ed Dickson photo 77. Ed Dickson SEA (vs . SF)
Jeremy Sprinkle photo 78. Jeremy Sprinkle WAS (at DAL)
Derek Carrier photo 79. Derek Carrier OAK (at DEN)
Jason Croom photo 80. Jason Croom BUF (vs . NYJ)
Trevon Wesco photo 81. Trevon Wesco NYJ (at BUF)
Jacob Hollister photo 82. Jacob Hollister SEA (vs . SF)
Zach Gentry photo 83. Zach Gentry PIT (at BAL)
Eric Saubert photo 84. Eric Saubert OAK (at DEN)
Marcedes Lewis photo 85. Marcedes Lewis GB (at DET)
Robert Tonyan photo 86. Robert Tonyan GB (at DET)
Troy Fumagalli photo 87. Troy Fumagalli DEN (vs . OAK)
Seth DeValve photo 88. Seth DeValve JAC (vs . IND)
Logan Paulsen photo 89. Logan Paulsen FA (BYE)
Levine Toilolo photo 90. Levine Toilolo SF (at SEA)
Dan Arnold photo 91. Dan Arnold NO (at CAR)
Tyler Conklin photo 92. Tyler Conklin MIN (vs . CHI)
Lee Smith photo 93. Lee Smith BUF (vs . NYJ)
Durham Smythe photo 94. Durham Smythe MIA (at NE)
Ben Braunecker photo 95. Ben Braunecker CHI (at MIN)
Kaden Smith photo 96. Kaden Smith NYG (vs . PHI)
Deon Yelder photo 97. Deon Yelder KC (vs . LAC)
Antony Auclair photo 98. Antony Auclair TB (vs . ATL)
Stephen Anderson photo 99. Stephen Anderson LAC (at KC)
Ross Dwelley photo 100. Ross Dwelley SF (at SEA)
Chris Manhertz photo 101. Chris Manhertz CAR (vs . NO)
Tanner Hudson photo 102. Tanner Hudson TB (vs . ATL)
Sean Culkin photo 103. Sean Culkin LAC (at KC)
Dwayne Allen photo 104. Dwayne Allen FA (BYE)
MyCole Pruitt photo 105. MyCole Pruitt TEN (at HOU)
Eric Tomlinson photo 106. Eric Tomlinson FA (BYE)
Daniel Brown photo 107. Daniel Brown NYJ (at BUF)
Jordan Leggett photo 108. Jordan Leggett TB (vs . ATL)
Tommy Sweeney photo 109. Tommy Sweeney BUF (vs . NYJ)
David Morgan photo 110. David Morgan MIN (vs . CHI)
Jerell Adams photo 111. Jerell Adams HOU (vs . TEN)
Logan Thomas photo 112. Logan Thomas DET (vs . GB)
Ryan Izzo photo 113. Ryan Izzo NE (vs . MIA)
Scott Simonson photo 114. Scott Simonson NYG (vs . PHI)
Andrew Beck photo 115. Andrew Beck DEN (vs . OAK)
Rico Gathers photo 116. Rico Gathers FA (BYE)
Alize Mack photo 117. Alize Mack KC (vs . LAC)
Isaac Nauta photo 118. Isaac Nauta DET (vs . GB)
Johnny Mundt photo 119. Johnny Mundt LAR (vs . ARI)
Richard Rodgers photo 120. Richard Rodgers FA (BYE)
Brandon Dillon photo 121. Brandon Dillon MIN (vs . CHI)
C.J. Conrad photo 122. C.J. Conrad FA (BYE)
Lance Kendricks photo 123. Lance Kendricks LAC (at KC)
Garrett Dickerson photo 124. Garrett Dickerson NYG (vs . PHI)
Hale Hentges photo 125. Hale Hentges WAS (at DAL)
Neal Sterling photo 126. Neal Sterling FA (BYE)
Joshua Perkins photo 127. Joshua Perkins PHI (at NYG)
Pharaoh Brown photo 128. Pharaoh Brown CLE (at CIN)
Antonio Gates photo 129. Antonio Gates FA (BYE)
Jaeden Graham photo 130. Jaeden Graham ATL (at TB)
Clive Walford photo 131. Clive Walford MIA (at NE)
Cethan Carter photo 132. Cethan Carter CIN (vs . CLE)
Caleb Wilson photo 133. Caleb Wilson ARI (at LAR)
Garrett Griffin photo 134. Garrett Griffin NO (at CAR)
Codey McElroy photo 135. Codey McElroy TB (vs . ATL)
Ben Johnson photo 136. Ben Johnson FA (BYE)
Marcus Baugh photo 137. Marcus Baugh CAR (vs . NO)
Ben Koyack photo 138. Ben Koyack JAC (vs . IND)
Michael Roberts photo 139. Michael Roberts FA (BYE)
Micky Crum photo 140. Micky Crum FA (BYE)
Trevor Wood photo 141. Trevor Wood FA (BYE)
Manasseh Garner photo 142. Manasseh Garner FA (BYE)
Jermaine Gresham photo 143. Jermaine Gresham FA (BYE)
Drew Belcher photo 144. Drew Belcher FA (BYE)
Jake Powell photo 145. Jake Powell FA (BYE)
Scott Orndoff photo 146. Scott Orndoff PHI (at NYG)
Ryan Hewitt photo 147. Ryan Hewitt FA (BYE)
Donald Parham photo 148. Donald Parham FA (BYE)
Moral Stephens photo 149. Moral Stephens FA (BYE)
Ellis Richardson photo 150. Ellis Richardson FA (BYE)
Ian Bunting photo 151. Ian Bunting IND (at JAC)
Cedrick Lang photo 152. Cedrick Lang IND (at JAC)
Jackson Harris photo 153. Jackson Harris FA (BYE)
Justin Johnson photo 154. Justin Johnson SEA (vs . SF)
Orson Charles photo 155. Orson Charles FA (BYE)
Ross Travis photo 156. Ross Travis FA (BYE)
Wes Saxton photo 157. Wes Saxton FA (BYE)
Cole Herdman photo 158. Cole Herdman FA (BYE)
Chris Myarick photo 159. Chris Myarick MIA (at NE)
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