Fantasy Football TE Rankings Week 4

Fantasy Football TE Rankings Week 4

Fantasy Football TE Rankings Week 4

Hello NFL fan! We have Fantasy Football TE Rankings Week 4 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
Evan Engram, NYG, TE2
Darren Waller, OAK, TE3
Zach Ertz, PHI, TE4
Mark Andrews, BAL, TE5
Austin Hooper, ATL, TE6
Delanie Walker, TEN, TE7
Eric Ebron, IND, TE8
O J Howard, TB, TE9
Vance McDonald, PIT, TE10
Jared Cook, NO, TE11
Trey Burton, CHI, TE12
George Kittle, SF, TE13
Jordan Reed, WAS, TE14
David Njoku, CLE, TE15
Trevor StewartNotes:   Evan Engram leapfrogs all the way to the #2 spot behind Travis Kelce. Evan Engram has been a great mid-round pick for owners, gobbling up targets on a team without wide receiving weapons. Now that Saquon Barkley is out for an extended period of time and Daniel Jones AKA Danny Dimes is in, look for him to continue to get peppered with targets. He's had two games with over 23 fantasy points already this season.   Darren Waller slots in at #3 in front of Mark Andrews and Zach Ertz this week. Ertz has been solid this season, but he hasn't been the fantasy juggernaut he was last season. His ROI so far in season-long fantasy isn't what owners have been hoping for when they drafted him in the early rounds. Andrews faces off against the Browns, who rank 11th in points given up to the opposing tight ends. In a blowup spot last week in Kansas City, Andrews was oddly quiet. Meanwhile, Waller balled out last week, logging 13 catches for 134 yards! This guy is the real deal on a team that will be playing from behind A LOT. They will have to throw to stay in the game and Waller is the #2 pass catcher behind Tyrell Williams in that offense. He matches up against the Colts this week, who rank 27th when it comes to giving up fantasy points to opposing tight ends. This could be another feast spot for Waller.   On Bye: George Kittle Injured: David Njoku and Jordan Reed

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