It’s always an excellent feeling when your sleeper pick and choose pays dividends. Such was the circumstance when Garrett Celek gone for four receptions, 67 yards obtaining and a touchdown, completing TE1 for Week 10. He was among a cast of lesser-known restricted ends who delivered stable games in Week 10. We also discovered that Trey Edmunds is certainly a player for the New Orleans Saints who has both running back again and restricted end eligibility in fantasy soccer. He done TE2 with 48 yards rushing and a touchdown.
The big three will look to reclaim their spots in Week 11. Rob Gronkowski was somewhat disappointing against the Denver Broncos, but he gets the Oakland Raiders this week so that you can feel great about a potential bounce back again video game. Zach Ertz practiced Monday and looks to become a full go for the Sunday Night video game against the Dallas Cowboys who only lost Sean Lee. Speaking of the Cowboys, don’t forget about Jason Witten, who may not have enormous weeks, but he’s consistent and should remain heavily involved against the Eagles.
Week 11 is a good bye week for Jack Doyle, Ed Dickson and Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Thus you’ll have to do some digging to discover a streaming option. A general rule of thumb is that you would like the tight end going up against the Giants, Dolphins, Browns or the Broncos. Thus dial up Cameron Brate, Marcedes Lewis and Tyler Kroft. Vernon Davis helps to keep making the circumstance that he is a much better tight end than Jordan Reed. Reed could miss another video game, but New Orleans defends restricted ends very well. I have Davis as TE13 this week, but with 20 targets during the last fourteen days he could once more be a top 5 option.
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Tight end ranks, Week 11
(SK: Scott Kaliska; JG: Jeff Goldberg; DG: Derek Gordon; KB: Kyle Bennett; ZS: Zach Senvisky; JM: Jason Marcum)