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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Tight Ends - Week 12
Tim Van Prooyen
November 24, 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 Zach Miller OAK 10
  2 Jacob Tamme IND 7
  3 Marcedes Lewis JAC 9
  4 Jason Witten DAL 4
Moving Down 5 Antonio Gates SDC 10
  6 Vernon Davis SFO 9
  7 Dustin Keller NYJ 7
  8 Brandon Pettigrew DET 7
  9 Tony Gonzalez ATL 8
  10 Rob Gronkowski NEP 5
  11 Aaron Hernandez NEP 5
  12 Kellen Winslow TBB 4
  13 Greg Olsen CHI 8
  14 Chris Cooley WAS 9
Moving Up 15 Jimmy Graham NOS 10
  16 Visanthe Shiancoe MIN 4
Moving Down 17 Jeremy Shockey NOS 10
  18 Tony Moeaki KCC 4
  19 John Carlson SEA 5
  20 Jermaine Gresham CIN 6
Moving Down 21 Ben Watson CLE 8
  22 Tony Scheffler DET 7
  23 Brent Celek PHI 8
  24 Heath Miller PIT 5
  25 Todd Heap BAL 8
  26 Joel Dreessen HOU 7
Moving Up 27 Owen Daniels HOU 7
  28 Andrew Quarless GBP 10
  29 Daniel Fells STL 9
  30 Michael Hoomanawanui STL 9

Antonio Gates, ChargersMoving Down
Let it be known, Gates is the best TE going.  However, the fact that he’s been stopped by this injury for as long as he has, and now is possibly going to miss another game this week, means that he’s got to drop a bit looking forward.  Not far, just an adjustment based on his, hopefully, temporary slowdown.

Jimmy Graham/Jeremy Shockey, SaintsMoving Up/Moving Down
Shockey continues to battle nagging injuries, and while he still gets on the field more often than not, he’s sliding down fairly quickly in fantasy value.  In the meantime, the guy who will replace him next year, Graham, is showing just how good he is, and is making fantasy owners take note.  Move him up a little more this week.

Ben Watson, BrownsMoving Down
Three of the last four weeks Watson has been basically a fantasy disappointment.  With a nagging ankle injury, he’s hit a wall of sorts compared to the hefty value he had early in the season while surprising the fantasy football world.  He still has value moving forward, but it isn’t as much as he had a few weeks ago, slide him down just a bit.

Owen Daniels, TexansMoving Up
Moving up a bit from oblivion, Daniels could be back in full swing this week, if not next.  Look for him to climb the rankings quickly when he gets back on the field.  The question will be if he can stay healthy for the rest of the season. 

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