Try as we’d, our PPR rankings on the tight end place are on no account that absolutely totally different from our commonplace TE rankings, and that holds true for Week 6. That makes some sense, /on the bottom end of the place, the place you possibly can be streaming or just relying on an underwhelming risk, any sleeper price comes from the amount. There are tight ends additional weak to the huge play than others, nonetheless, to not the equivalent extent as at in-depth receiver. There’s no DeSean Jackson of TEs.
Of course, merely as we wrote within the traditional rankings, Austin Hooper wins the matchup sweepstakes this week in opposition to Arizona. He’s already been a top-tier tight end this season, significantly in PPR alongside together with his fixed amount. He’ll be a favorite DFS play this week, too.
WEEK 6 NON-PPR RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running once more | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | Kicker
Gerald Everett broke out on a prime-time stage on Thursday Night Football closing week for the Rams. He had seven catches for 136 yards, exhibiting off every potential for the amount and dynamic after-the-catch talent. It’s unlikely that he’ll see such extreme utilization every week on account of the L.A. offense has so many weapons. But in his best weeks, in a high-volume passing offense, Everett will seemingly be a fantasy starter.
WEEK 6 PPR RANKINGS: Running once more | Wide receiver
Chris Herndon returns from suspension this week for the Jets, and he’s a borderline fantasy starter assuming Sam Darnold is once more from mono. As a rookie, Herndon averaged 2.5 catches throughout the video video games he started, so maybe he isn’t any additional of a PPR risk than a typical risk. But at a spot without loads of selections, Herndon may very well be worth a pickup.
Week 6 sees the first four-team bye week of the season. Fantasy owners will seemingly be without Darren Waller, Eric Ebron, Jack Doyle, Dawson Knox, and Trey Burton.
Reminder: Check once more for updates in the middle of the week. For specific particular person analysis of key TEs, strive our commonplace TE rankings.
Week 6 PPR Rankings: TEs
These rankings are for full-point PPR leagues.
|1||Travis Kelce, KC vs. HOU|
|2||Austin Hooper, ATL @ ARZ|
|3||George Kittle, SF @ LAR|
|4||Zach Ertz, PHI @ MIN|
|5||Will Dissly, SEA @ CLE|
|6||Mark Andrews, BAL vs. CIN|
|7||Evan Engram, NYG @ NE|
|8||Greg Olsen, CAR vs. TB (in UK)|
|9||O.J. Howard, TB vs. CAR (in UK)|
|10||Gerald Everett, LAR vs. SF|
|11||Vernon Davis, WAS @ MIA|
|12||Noah Fant, DEN vs. TEN|
|13||T.J. Hockenson, DET @ GB|
|14||Jason Witten, DAL @ NYJ|
|15||Vance McDonald, PIT @ LAC|
|16||Chris Herndon, NYJ vs. DAL|
|17||Jared Cook, NO @ JAX|
|18||Delanie Walker, TEN @ DEN|
|19||Tyler Eifert, CIN @ BAL|
|20||Jimmy Graham, GB vs. DET|
|21||Mike Gesicki, MIA vs. WAS|
|22||Matt LaCosse, NE vs. NYG|
|23||James O’Shaughnessy, JAX vs. NO|
|24||Irv Smith Jr., MIN vs. PHI|
|25||Lance Kendricks, LAC vs. PIT|
|26||Kyle Rudolph, MIN vs. PHI|
|27||Jordan Akins, HOU @ KC|
|28||Demetrius Harris, CLE vs. SEA|