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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Tight Ends - Week 5
Tim Van Prooyen
October 6, 2010
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Antonio Gates SDC 10
  2 Dallas Clark IND 7
  3 Chris Cooley WAS 9
  4 Jermichael Finley GBP 10
  5 Vernon Davis SFO 9
  6 Dustin Keller NYJ 7
  7 Tony Gonzalez ATL 8
  8 Visanthe Shiancoe MIN 4
  9 Zach Miller OAK 10
  10 Aaron Hernandez NEP 5
  11 John Carlson SEA 5
Moving Up 12 Brandon Pettigrew DET 7
Moving Up 13 Tony Scheffler DET 7
  14 Jeremy Shockey NOS 10
  15 Kellen Winslow TBB 4
Moving Up 16 Marcedes Lewis JAC 9
  17 Todd Heap BAL 8
  18 Greg Olsen CHI 8
  19 Jason Witten DAL 4
  20 Tony Moeaki KCC 4
  21 Jermaine Gresham CIN 6
  22 Ben Watson CLE 8
  23 Brent Celek PHI 8
  24 Daniel Fells STL 9
  25 Heath Miller PIT 5
  26 Martellus Bennett DAL 4
  27 Rob Gronkowski NEP 5
  28 Anthony Fasano MIA 5
Moving Down 29 Bo Scaife TEN 9
Moving Up 30 Joel Dreessen HOU 7

Brandon Pettigrew/Tony Scheffler, LionsMoving Up
After a rough start, the Lions have shown an extreme dedication to using their two tight ends to set up the rest of their offense, and it is working.  They are both tied with Dustin Keller and Vernon Davis for fourth overall with 30 targets, and have 420 yards between them.  The downside, only Scheffler has a touchdown, and only one at that.

Marcedes Lewis, JaguarsMoving Up
Lewis continues to be Garrard’s favorite end zone target and his safety valve.  He’s not a stud, but he’s putting up numbers every week either with yardage or a score.  Look for this to continue all season as the Jags will struggle at times and the QB will continue to look his way.       

Bo Scaife, TitansMoving Down
Scaife started out looking like he’d be a bit of a surprise this year, but it fizzled quickly and he’s turned into almost an afterthought.  He’s a possible help in desperate situations during bye weeks, but the future prognosis isn’t looking very good.

Joel Dreessen/Owen DanielsMoving Up/Moving Down
Daniels isn’t just hurt, he’s in danger of losing his job altogether.  As he’s on the slide, Joel Dreessen has stepped up and is playing well enough to notice.  He’s not an option in keeper leagues (he’s keeping the spot warm for James Casey) but for this year, he could help out owners with depth or bye weeks.

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