Chet Gresham's Week 3 Fantasy Football TE Rankings



by Chet Gresham - on Twitter

To differentiate between all the "Start 'Ems" on Walt's Fantasy Football Start Em, Sit Em page, you can check out the Weekly Fantasy Football Rankings, so you can figure out whom to start between Player X and Player Y.

Below are my fantasy TE rankings and a set of links for my positional Weekly NFL Fantasy Football Rankings. Keep in mind that this list is for this week only; not the entire rest of the season. If you don't like my rankings, check out Walter's fantasy football rankings.

The rankings are based on a scoring system. Each player has Walterfootball.com's projected stats and standard scoring points.


Fantasy Football Weekly Rankings: QB | RB | WR | TE | DEF | FLEX


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But who do I start...

Updated 9/20 - Follow @walterfootball for updates.
  1. Rob Gronkowski, TE, Patriots (vs. Texans)- 11 Points
    5 Catches, 56 Receiving Yards, 1 TD.
    Gronk, as usual, has the highest upside of all tight ends, but we will need to monitor his status after tweaking his groin last week.

  2. Jordan Reed, TE, Redskins (vs. Raiders)- 9 Points
    6 Catches, 95 Receiving Yards.
    Reed has yet to break out, but this feels like a game where it should happen. Delanie Walker had a nice game against the Raiders, while the Jets have no tight ends. I expect a strong game at home for Reed this week.

  3. Travis Kelce, TE, Chiefs (at Chargers)- 8 Points
    6 Catches, 88 Receiving Yards.
    Kelce was dominant against the Eagles last week and should continue to be a big part of this offense.

  4. Zach Ertz, TE, Eagles (vs. Giants)- 8 Points
    5 Catches, 83 Receiving Yards.
    Ertz has been on fire so far this year and gets a great matchup against the Giants, who have always had trouble with tight ends. This year hasn't been any different, as they've given up a touchdown to a tight end in each of their first two games.

  5. Delanie Walker, TE, Titans (vs. Seahawks)- 7 Points
    4 Catches, 73 Receiving Yards.
    Walker should continue to see red-zone work, and with Corey Davis out, he should see an uptick in targets.

  6. Eric Ebron, TE, Lions (vs. Falcons)- 7 Points
    4 Catches, 71 Receiving Yards.
    Ebron showed up Monday night and will likely have more chances this week against the Falcons, who will be able to score points and push the Lions to do the same.



  7. Kyle Rudolph, TE, Vikings (vs. Buccaneers)- 6 Points
    4 Catches, 69 Receiving Yards.
    I'll likely lower Rudolph a bit if Bradford can't go.

  8. Martellus Bennett, TE, Packers (vs. Bengals)- 6 Points
    4 Catches, 68 Receiving Yards.
    Bennett has yet to find the end zone, but it's coming and this week seems like a good time for it.

  9. Hunter Henry, TE, Chargers (vs. Chiefs)- 6 Points
    4 Catches, 67 Receiving Yards.
    With Antonio Gates breaking the touchdown record, I expect Henry to be the lead tight end moving forward.

  10. Jason Witten, TE, Cowboys (at Cardinals)- 6 Points
    6 Catches, 67 Receiving Yards.
    Witten has been solid so far this season, and he should continue to be an outlet for Dak Prescott against good defenses like Arizona.

  11. Benjamin Watson, TE, Ravens (at Jaguars)- 6 Points
    3 Catches, 65 Receiving Yards.
    Watson was used extensively last week, and I expect he will continue to be used as such until he's injured.

  12. Jack Doyle, TE, Colts (vs. Browns)- 6 Points
    4 Catches, 63 Receiving Yards.
    Brissett has found a good connection with Doyle, and it shouldn't be hindered too much by the Browns' defense.

  13. Austin Hooper, TE, Falcons (at Lions)- 5 Points
    2 Catches, 59 Receiving Yards.


  14. Coby Fleener, TE, Saints (at Panthers)- 5 Points
    3 Catches, 58 Receiving Yards.


  15. Cameron Brate, TE, Bucs (at Vikings)- 5 Points
    3 Catches, 58 Receiving Yards.


  16. Jared Cook, TE, Raiders (at Redskins)- 5 Points
    3 Catches, 57 Receiving Yards.


  17. Zach Miller, TE, Bears (vs. Steelers)- 5 Points
    3 Catches, 55 Receiving Yards.


  18. Evan Engram, TE, Giants (at Eagles)- 5 Points
    4 Catches, 53 Receiving Yards.


  19. Charles Clay, TE, Bills (vs. Broncos)- 5 Points
    4 Catches, 51 Receiving Yards.


  20. Julius Thomas, TE, Dolphins (at Jets)- 5 Points
    4 Catches, 50 Receiving Yards.


  21. Jimmy Graham, TE, Seahawks (at Titans)- 4 Points
    3 Catches, 49 Receiving Yards.


  22. David Njoku, TE, Browns (at Colts)- 4 Points
    3 Catches, 48 Receiving Yards.


  23. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Jets (vs. Dolphins)- 4 Points
    3 Catches, 44 Receiving Yards.


  24. Jesse James, TE, Steelers (at Bears)- 4 Points
    3 Catches, 43 Receiving Yards.


  25. Vernon Davis, TE, Redskins (vs. Raiders)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 42 Receiving Yards.


  26. George Kittle, TE, 49ers (vs. Rams)- 4 Points
    2 Catches, 42 Receiving Yards.


  27. Jermaine Gresham, TE, Cardinals (vs. Cowboys)- 4 Points
    3 Catches, 40 Receiving Yards.


  28. Ed Dickson, TE, Panthers (vs. Saints)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 36 Receiving Yards.


  29. Antonio Gates, TE, Chargers (vs. Chiefs)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 36 Receiving Yards.


  30. Tyler Eifert, TE, Bengals (at Packers)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 36 Receiving Yards.


  31. O.J. Howard, TE, Bucs (at Vikings)- 3 Points
    3 Catches, 36 Receiving Yards.


  32. Ryan Griffin, TE, Texans (at Patriots)- 3 Points
    3 Catches, 32 Receiving Yards.


  33. Seth DeValve, TE, Browns (at Colts)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 31 Receiving Yards.


  34. Virgil Green, TE, Broncos (at Bills)- 3 Points
    2 Catches, 31 Receiving Yards.


  35. Stephen Anderson, TE, Texans (at Patriots)- 2 Points
    2 Catches, 27 Receiving Yards.


  36. Levine Toilolo, TE, Falcons (at Lions)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 26 Receiving Yards.


  37. Dion Sims, TE, Bears (vs. Steelers)- 2 Points
    2 Catches, 26 Receiving Yards.


  38. Geoff Swaim, TE, Cowboys (at Cardinals)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 26 Receiving Yards.


  39. Trey Burton, TE, Eagles (vs. Giants)- 2 Points
    2 Catches, 25 Receiving Yards.


  40. Anthony Fasano, TE, Dolphins (at Jets)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 24 Receiving Yards.


  41. Gerald Everett, TE, Rams (at 49ers)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 24 Receiving Yards.


  42. Richard Rodgers, TE, Packers (vs. Bengals)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 23 Receiving Yards.


  43. Luke Willson, TE, Seahawks (at Titans)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 23 Receiving Yards.


  44. Will Tye, TE, Jets (vs. Dolphins)- 2 Points
    2 Catches, 22 Receiving Yards.


  45. Clive Walford, TE, Raiders (at Redskins)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 21 Receiving Yards.


  46. Dwayne Allen, TE, Patriots (vs. Texans)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 21 Receiving Yards.


  47. Maxx Williams, TE, Ravens (at Jaguars)- 2 Points
    1 Catch, 20 Receiving Yards.


  48. Marcedes Lewis, TE, Jaguars (vs. Ravens)- 1 Points
    2 Catches, 19 Receiving Yards.


  49. A.J. Derby, TE, Broncos (at Bills)- 1 Points
    1 Catch, 19 Receiving Yards.



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