Week 6 Fantasy TE Rankings: Gerald Everett, Chris Herndon among tight end sleepers to watch




For the first time all season-closing week, the “play-your-tight-end-against-Arizona” method backfired, as Tyler Eifert had merely two catches and didn’t price. Don’t worry, though: We’re nonetheless going once more to that properly in Week 6, as confirmed by Austin Hooper’s No. 2 place in our TE rankings. You are probably shocked by that, nonetheless, it is deserved. Hooper’s obtained 8.4 targets per sport this yr, catching as a minimum six in 4 out of 5 video games. Some of his manufacturing has can be found in garbage time, nonetheless, fantasy elements are fantasy elements.

Hooper couldn’t unseat Travis Kelce on the excessive of our rankings, nonetheless, Kelce might very nicely be affected going forward if the ankle injury Patrick Mahomes sustained in Week 5 is worse than anticipated. Hooper is joined by George Kittle (@ Rams) and Zach Ertz (@ Vikings) in some other case a daily greater tier.

WEEK 6 NON-PPR RANKINGS:
Quarterback | Running once more | Wide receiver | D/ST | Kicker

Then Will Dissly is offered in. He’s confirmed he isn’t a fluke. He was drafted as a block-first tight end, nonetheless, someplace between his time on the University of Washington and now, he turns into pretty the purpose for Russell Wilson. If you snagged Dissly off the waiver wire, don’t even consider dropping him. He ought to possibly start for you the rest of the easiest way.

WEEK 6 PPR RANKINGS: Running once more | Wide receiver | Tight end

If you aren’t as lucky and have not received a top-end TE, you could want to keep participating within the matchups. Vernon Davis (if healthful) and Mike Gesicki face off throughout the Redskins-Dolphins sport, which ought to see a great deal of offensive manufacturing in a gathering of two unhealthy teams. Broncos rookie Noah Fant (vs. Titans) will get to face a Tennessee safety that’s been fourth-worst in the direction of the place in fantasy elements this season. If you’re super decided, you probably can try a Browns’ TE in the direction of Seattle, who’s given up the third-most receiving yards to the place in 2019, although whether or not or not that’s Demetrius Harris or Ricky Seals-Jones stays to be seen.

Two tight ends that had been afterthoughts sooner than Week 5 have to be excellent choices in some Week 6 lineups. Gerald Everett had his full breakout on Thursday night, exhibiting good chemistry with Jared Goff and strong working after the catch. He ought to possibly start as a fantasy TE until he slows down. And for the Jets, Chris Herndon returns from suspension and is a borderline fantasy starter as long as Sam Darnold is healthful.

A reminder, Week 6 is the first week with 4 teams on bye. The tight ends of this week are Darren Waller, Dawson Knox, Trey Burton, Eric Ebron, and Jack Doyle.

Note: These rankings will possibly be up to date all by means of the week, so confirm once more for the latest.

Week 6 Fantasy TE Rankings

These rankings are for conventional, non-PPR leagues.

1Travis Kelce, KC vs. HOU
2Austin Hooper, ATL @ ARZ. Hooper will get to face all people’s tight end’s favorite opponent, and he does it as definitely considered one of fantasy’s best tight ends already in 2019. This is a match made in heaven for Hooper.
3George Kittle, SF @ LAR
4Zach Ertz, PHI @ MIN
5Will Dissly, SEA @ CLE. Dissly has confirmed he isn’t a fluke. He’s reached as a minimum 4 catches and 50 yards in each of the earlier 4 weeks. Cleveland just isn’t good at defending the TE place, each, so start Dissly with confidence.
6Mark Andrews, BAL vs. CIN. Since Andrews turned an on a regular basis on the injury report in Week 3, he’s caught 12 passes for 91 yards. That’s a far cry from his back-to-back eight catch video games to start the season. Andrews continues to be a fantasy starter, nonetheless, we are also making an attempt at first of an injury-prone career.
7Evan Engram, NYG @ NE
8Greg Olsen, CAR vs. TB (in UK). The Bucs have been second-worst behind Arizona in the direction of tight ends for fantasy capabilities in 2019. As prolonged as Olsen just isn’t hurting after a prolonged flight (principally kidding), he’s a terrific selection in Week 6.
9O.J. Howard, TB vs. CAR (in UK). Howard obtained three targets in Week 4 and two in Week 5. It’s getting more durable and more durable to think about in him on a weekly basis, nonetheless, it is moreover highly effective to ignore the immense experience everyone knows he has.
10Gerald Everett, LAR vs. SF. Everett is coming off a career day of seven catches for 136 yards in the direction of the Seahawks. He’s now seen 19 targets all through the earlier two weeks, and if that workload retains up, he has to be in fantasy lineups.
11Vernon Davis, WAS @ MIA. Monitor Davis’ concussion standing all by means of the week after he missed Week 5. If he’s good to go, he’s a robust fantasy play in the direction of Miami.
12Noah Fant, DEN vs. TEN. The Titans have been the fourth-worst safety in the direction of fantasy tight ends in 2019. Fant has an awesome weekly floor as a result of the Broncos look to keep the athletic rookie involved, and this week, he should even have some ceiling.
13T.J. Hockenson, DET @ GB. Hockenson’s injury standing will need clearing up after he left Week 4 ahead of the Detroit bye with a head injury.
14Jason Witten, DAL @ NYJ
15Vance McDonald, PIT @ LAC
16Chris Herndon, NYJ vs. DAL. Herndon makes his return from a four-game suspension for the Jets this week. The second-year TE presents some athleticism and receiving means to a workforce hoping to have Sam Darnold once more. The addition of Demaryius Thomas might overlap some with Herndon’s utilization, so we’ll have to see how that shakes out in New York.
17Jared Cook, NO @ JAX. Cook has seen six targets two weeks in a row, so probably he’s acquired some chemistry brewing with Teddy Bridgewater.
18Delanie Walker, TEN @ DEN
19Tyler Eifert, CIN @ BAL. Eifert dissatisfied as all people’s favorite choice in the direction of Arizona in Week 5, and he goes once more to being a deep-league solely selection in Week 6 as an extreme quantity of his price will depend on the occasional touchdown.
20Jimmy Graham, GB vs. DET
21Mike Gesicki, MIA vs. WAS. You might do worse do you have to decide than participating within the athletic Gesicki in the direction of the porous Washington safety. He’s a broadly obtainable waiver wire selection for homeowners with Darren Waller or Eric Ebron on bye.
22Matt LaCosse, NE vs. NYG.
23James O’Shaughnessy, JAX vs. NO
24Irv Smith Jr., MIN vs. PHI
25Lance Kendricks, LAC vs. PIT
26Kyle Rudolph, MIN vs. PHI
27Jordan Akins, HOU @ KC
28Demetrius Harris, CLE vs. SEA




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