Rest of the Season Player Rankings - Tight Ends: Week 4
John Tuvey
September 24, 2012
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Jimmy Graham NOS 6
  2 Vernon Davis SFO 9
  3 Rob Gronkowski NEP 9
  4 Jermichael Finley GBP 10
  5 Tony Gonzalez ATL 7
  6 Brandon Pettigrew DET 5
  7 Antonio Gates SDC 7
  8 Kyle Rudolph MIN 11
Moving Up 9 Martellus Bennett NYG 11
  10 Dennis Pitta BAL 8
Moving Up 11 Heath Miller PIT 4
  12 Aaron Hernandez NEP 9
  13 Greg Olsen CAR 6
  14 Fred Davis WAS 10
  15 Brent Celek PHI 7
Moving Up 16 Jared Cook TEN 11
Moving Down 17 Jason Witten DAL 5
  18 Jermaine Gresham CIN 8
  19 Owen Daniels HOU 8
  20 Scott Chandler BUF 8
  21 Jacob Tamme DEN 7
  22 Coby Fleener IND 4
  23 Dallas Clark TBB 5
  24 Dustin Keller NYJ 9
  25 Brandon Myers OAK 5
  26 Todd Heap ARI 10
  27 Marcedes Lewis JAC 6
  28 Kellen Davis CHI 6
  29 Anthony McCoy SEA 11
  30 Dwayne Allen IND 4

Martellus Bennett, GiantsMoving Up
Historically the Giants' tight end has been a fringe fantasy contributor; Bennett is taking that a step further, essentially filling the third receiver role that was so productive for Mario Manningham last year.

Heath Miller, SteelersMoving Up
Supposedly Ben Roethlisberger said prior to the season that he intended to make Miller a Pro Bowler. He's doing a very good job of backing it up.

Jared Cook, TitansMoving Up
While Tennessee's wide receivers take turns attempting to replace Chris Johnson's offense, Cook continues to be the Titans' most consistent pass catcher.

Jason Witten, CowboysMoving Down
The spleen bone's connected to the hand bone; that's the only explanation for Witten's sudden-onset case of the dropsies. Couple that with a solid crop of receiving tight ends and he's no longer an automatic.

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