Week 15 Rankings: Top 20 Tight Ends

Let’s keep our Week 15 rankings rolling with a look at the best tight ends for the coming week. Who has the best matchup? Who has been struggling? Let’s take a look:

  1. Rob Gronkowski – New England Patriots – at Denver
  2. Jimmy Graham –New Orleans Saints – at Minnesota
  3. Tony Gonzalez –Atlanta Falcons – vs. Jacksonville
  4. Jermichael Finley –Green Bay Packers – at Kansas City
  5. Jason Witten –Dallas Cowboys – at Tampa Bay
  6. Antonio Gates –San Diego Chargers – vs. Baltimore
  7. Aaron Hernandez – New England Patriots – at Denver
  8. Owen Daniels –Houston Texans – vs. Carolina
  9. Brandon Pettigrew –Detroit Lions – at Oakland
  10. Kellen Winslow –Tampa Bay Buccaneers – vs. Dallas
  11. Dustin Keller –New York Jets – at Philadelphia
  12. Vernon Davis–San Francisco 49ers – vs. Pittsburgh
  13. Jermaine Gresham –Cincinnati Bengals – at St. Louis
  14. Jake Ballard –New York Giants – vs. Washington
  15. Anthony Fasano –Miami Dolphins – at Buffalo
  16. Brent Celek – Philadelphia Eagles – vs. New York Jets
  17. Heath Miller –Pittsburgh Steelers – at San Francisco
  18. Greg Olsen –Carolina Panthers – at Houston
  19. Ed Dickson –Baltimore Ravens – at San Diego
  20. Jared Cook –Tennessee Titans – at Indianapolias


  • Jermichael Finley laid a complete egg in Week 14, picking up 0 receptions on only 1 target.  Does anyone really expect that to continue for another week?  He still has 42 receptions for 600 yards and 6 TD and you have to think the Packers are going to make a concerted effort to get him more involved.  Do not downgrade him off of last week’s terrible showing.
  • While Owen Daniels hasn’t scored since Week 4, he was significantly more active in the offense in Week 14.  He had 7 receptions for 100 yards and should remain a major cog in the offense without Andre Johnson.  In Week 14 Tony Gonzalez torched the Panthers for 7 receptions and 82 yards, so consider Daniels a good play as a TE1.
  • Vernon Davis was once again terrible, picking up 1 reception for 32 yards.  He’s now had 47 yards or less in 11 times this season and has been above 67 yards just once.  Over his past three games he has 102 yards and 0 TD.  His upside keeps him as a borderline TE1, but it is impossible to trust him at this point.

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Make sure to check out all of our Week 15 articles:

Week 15 Rankings: Top 15 Kickers
Week 15 Rankings: Top 15 Defenses

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