Fantasy Football TE Rankings Week 6

Fantasy Football TE Rankings Week 3

Fantasy Football TE Rankings

Hello NFL fan! We have Fantasy Football TE Rankings Week 3 ready for you. This week Trevor will share his power ranking table and tell you a little bit why they chose the specific power ranking order in the comments below. If you want to get more info on Fantasy Football Rankings then check out our QB, RB, WR power ranking lists.

Trevor Stewart
Trevor Stewart
Travis Kelce, KC, TE1
George Kittle, SF, TE2
Zach Ertz, PHI, TE3
Mark Andrews, BAL, TE4
Evan Engram, NYG, TE5
Darren Waller, OAK, TE6
Vance McDonald, PIT, TE7
Austin Hooper, ATL, TE8
Delanie Walker, TEN, TE9
Jared Cook, NO, TE10
O J Howard, TB, TE11
Eric Ebron, IND, TE12
Trey Burton, CHI, TE13
Jordan Reed, WAS, TE14
David Njoku, CLE, TE15
Trevor StewartNo surprise this week with the top three tight ends. Unless they are on bye or injured, the Terrific Trifecta of Kelce, Ertz, and Kittle will sit atop the rankings. Mark Andrews lands in the top five this week. Andrews has emerged as a favorite target of Lamar Jackson in this new-look Ravens offense. If you bought into the offseason buzz surrounding the Ravens tailoring the offense to their young QB Lamar Jackson, then you are happy with the results. I have him ahead of Evan Engram this week because the matchup between Kansas City and Baltimore has all the makings of a shootout. He missed practice Wednesday, but from all reports it was just a maintenance day. If he's healthy he is the first tight end after the Terrific Trifecta I would fire up. I have Vance McDonald at #7, which may surprise some people, but his connection with Mason Rudolph was apparent. He caught two touchdowns from Rudolph after Big Ben exited the game. His yardage wasn't overly impressive, but with the red zone prowess and being a potential safety blanket for a young QB, he gets the edge over Austin Hooper and Delanie Walker.

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