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

Antonio Gates, ChargersMoving Down
Shut. Out. By a team that allowed 5-82 to Anthony Fasano the previous week. You have to wonder if the foot issue is flaring up once again.

Rob Gronkowski, PatriotsMoving Up
He was set to move up again this week all on his own, but the possibility of Aaron Hernandez missing a month--leaving all that red zone work to Gronk--gives him a little extra bump.

Vernon Davis, 49ersMoving Down
Wait, wasn't Jim Harbaugh's offensive system supposed to help the tight ends? Davis was none too happy about spending most of his Sunday blocking while Delanie Walker ran routes, and neither were VD's fantasy owners. You would like to think Harbaugh would make the proper adjustments, but he's a rookie coach so nothing is certain. 

Aaron Hernandez, PatriotsMoving Down
The initial prognosis on New England's matchup nightmare is a one-to-two week vacation thanks to a sprained MCL. Rob Gronkowski obviously benefits; there is debate over whether or not brother Dan and/or Chad Ochocinco could be looked to more frequently as well.

Fred Davis, RedskinsMoving Up
Skins coach Mike Shanahan told reporters that Chris Cooley told him to feed Davis in Week 2. As Cooley is still working his way back from his knee issues, expect the feeding to continue.

Scott Chandler, BillsMoving Up
Now that Chandler has surprassed the total number of touchdowns by Bills tight ends over the past two seasons combined, it's time to consider chasing his points. He could certainly be this year's Dustin Keller (five TDs through four games, zero the rest of the season), but with Stevie Johnson nursing a groin injury maybe he's Ryan Fitzpatrick's red zone solution.

Lance Kendricks, RamsMoving Down
Kendricks' preseason earned him a Code Red nickname and had me queueing up the "A Few Good Men" quotes. But apparently he can't handle the truth... or the football when it's thrown to him. 


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