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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Tight Ends - Week 13
Tim Van Prooyen
December 1, 2010
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These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.

Mv Rank Player Team Bye
Moving Up 1 Jason Witten DAL 4
  2 Jacob Tamme IND 7
  3 Marcedes Lewis JAC 9
  4 Antonio Gates SDC 10
  5 Vernon Davis SFO 9
  6 Dustin Keller NYJ 7
  7 Brandon Pettigrew DET 7
  8 Tony Gonzalez ATL 8
Moving Up 9 Kellen Winslow TBB 4
  10 Rob Gronkowski NEP 5
  11 Aaron Hernandez NEP 5
  12 Greg Olsen CHI 8
  13 Chris Cooley WAS 9
  14 Jimmy Graham NOS 10
  15 Visanthe Shiancoe MIN 4
  16 Jeremy Shockey NOS 10
Moving Down 17 Zach Miller OAK 10
  18 Tony Moeaki KCC 4
  19 Jermaine Gresham CIN 6
  20 Ben Watson CLE 8
Moving Up 21 Kevin Boss NYG 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 Down 27 John Carlson SEA 5
Moving Up 28 Daniel Fells STL 9
Moving Up 29 Billy Bajema STL 9
  30 Owen Daniels HOU 7

Jason Witten, CowboysMoving Up
Witten is back on top, and deservedly so.  The Cowboys have played much better since their coaching change and much of that has been due to the team using arguably their best weapon the way they did when they used to win.  Their season isn’t quite over, but even if it is, they’ll be playing tough the rest of the way, making Witten a top option as tight ends continue to struggle across the board.

Kellen Winslow, BuccaneersMoving Up
Winslow seems to be at least healthy enough to get it done and once again is performing at a solid rate.  He’s scored two of the last three weeks and has 14 catches in that span.  He has a relatively nice schedule coming up after a tough matchup against Atlanta this week and could be one of the top fantasy playoff  tight ends, matching up against Detroit and Seattle in weeks 15 and 16. 

Zach Miller, RaidersMoving Down
Miller seems to have avoided a season ending injury, but probably will miss time and at best not be at 100% for a while.  His once great season is a thing of the past, and he won’t be doing much to help fantasy owners for the foreseeable future.  He doesn’t drop out, but takes a tumble, and could drop more depending on how the next week plays out with his injured leg. 

Kevin Boss, GiantsMoving Up
All of a sudden, Boss looks like a savior for the Giants.  With their top receivers out and the team scrambling for any sign of hope, Boss and Manning put on a bit of a clinic this past week and likely will continue to hook up as Manning has few other reliable options. 

John Carlson, SeahawksMoving Down
Carlson, once a quite reliable fantasy producer, has become almost invisible the past few weeks.  This is fairly surprising considering the reliance the team places on the passing game, but nonetheless it has made Mr. Consistent anything but.  For the time being he barely deserves a roster spot. 

Daniel Fells/Billy Bajema/Michael Hoomanawanui, RamsMoving Up/Moving Up/Moving Down
Hoomanawanui is out for the year, and Billy Bajema had two touchdowns last week, after not scoring any in his first six years in the league.  Considering Bajema is primarily a blocking back, don’t get too excited about his newfound fame.  The guy who likely will be the best option moving forward is Daniel Fells, though none of the St. Louis tight ends have that much high value.

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