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Rest Of Season Player Rankings - Tight Ends: Week 2
John Tuvey
September 14, 2011

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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 6
  2 Jason Witten DAL 5
  3 Jermichael Finley GBP 8
Moving Up 4 Jimmy Graham NOS 11
  5 Vernon Davis SFO 7
  6 Kellen Winslow TBB 8
Moving Up 7 Aaron Hernandez NEP 7
  8 Rob Gronkowski NEP 7
  9 Dallas Clark IND 11
  10 Owen Daniels HOU 11
  11 Jermaine Gresham CIN 7
  12 Tony Gonzalez ATL 8
  13 Greg Olsen CAR 9
Moving Down 14 Marcedes Lewis JAC 9
  15 Brandon Pettigrew DET 9
  16 Ben Watson CLE 5
Moving Up 17 Dustin Keller NYJ 8
  18 Chris Cooley WAS 5
Moving Up 19 Evan Moore CLE 5
  20 Ed Dickson BAL 5
  21 Anthony Fasano MIA 5
  22 Brent Celek PHI 7
  23 Jared Cook TEN 6
  24 Lance Kendricks STL 5
  25 Fred Davis WAS 5
  26 Tony Scheffler DET 9
  27 Jeremy Shockey CAR 9
Moving Down 28 Heath Miller PIT 11
  29 Daniel Fells DEN 6
Moving Down 30 Zach Miller SEA 6
  31 Todd Heap ARI 6
  32 Leonard Pope KCC 6
  33 Visanthe Shiancoe MIN 9
  34 Kevin Boss OAK 8
  35 Scott Chandler BUF 7

Jimmy Graham, SaintsMoving Up
Still a red zone fave of Drew Brees, and with Marques Colston out for the next month-plus he's the Saints' best middle-of-the-field option as well. And if New Orleans can't bang it in from the one... play action!.

Aaron Hernandez, PatriotsMoving Up
Essentially a wide receiver in New England's offense, he's a mismatch problem wherever he lines up. And few quarterbacks know how to exploit a mismatch problem like Tom Brady. Don't sweat Rob Gronkowski; despite both being tight ends they don't play the same position, and both see enough field time to produce quality fantasy numbers.

Marcedes Lewis, JaguarsMoving Down
Jacksonville's offense with Luke McCown at the helm was underwhelming at best. Good think Lewis got paid already, because replicating last year's numbers is looking like an insurmountable task. 

Dustin Keller, JetsMoving Up
Easy to forget about a guy when he goes 15 games between touchdowns. But if the Jets can't get Shonn Greene going, they'll have to become a passing team. And Mark Sanchez looks most comfortable throwing to LT and Keller..

Evan Moore, BrownsMoving Up
One of those "matchup problem" tight ends, Moore is flying under the radar because Ben Watson is still ticking in Cleveland. But Colt McCoy loves Moore in the red zone; it's like an indigent man's version of the Patriots' tight end situation, with Moore playing the role of Aaron Hernandez.

Heath Miller, SteelersMoving Down
Hit or miss as a fantasy helper anyway, Miller may find himself doing a whole lot more blocking as the Steelers' offensive line continues to take hits. 

Zach Miller, SeahawksMoving Down
All kinds of problems in Seattle, and all of them--poor line play, poor quarterbacking--are torpedo shots to Miller's fantasy value. 


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