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Rest Of Season Player Rankings: Tight Ends - Week 6
David Dorey
October 9, 2007
Quarterbacks | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Kickers | Team Defenses
These player rankings track a player's value for the remainder of the season.
Mv Rank Player Team Bye
  1 Antonio Gates SDC 7
  2 Kellen Winslow Jr. CLE 7
  3 Jason Witten DAL 8
4 Dallas Clark IND 6
  5 Tony Gonzalez KCC 8
  6 Jeremy Shockey NYG 9
  7 Todd Heap BAL 8
  8 Chris Cooley WAS 4
9 Ben Watson NEP 10
  10 Heath Miller PIT 6
  11 Alge Crumpler ATL 8
  12 Jeff King CAR 7
  13 Donald Lee GBP 7
14 Greg Olsen CHI 9
  15 Bo Scaife TEN 4
16 Owen Daniels HOU 10
  17 David Martin MIA 9
  18 Desmond Clark CHI 9
  19 Zach Miller OAK 5
20 Vernon Davis SFO 6
  21 L.J. Smith PHI 5
  22 Marcedes Lewis JAC 4
  23 Eric Johnson NOS 4
24 Alex Smith TBB 10
  25 Leonard Pope ARI 8
  26 Randy McMichael STL 9
  27 Chris Baker NYJ 10
  28 Bubba Franks GBP 7
  29 Marcus Pollard SEA 8
  30 Daniel Graham DEN 6
  31 Ben Utecht IND 6
  32 Visanthe Shiancoe MIN 5

Dallas Clark, Colts - Moving Up
Clark is just about as good as it gets for a fantasy tight end this year and the only reason is he "only" ranked at #4 is because ongoing the many weapons around him will make him turn in a few low games.

Ben Watson, Patriots - Moving Up
Apparently Watson does not know how NOT to catch a touchdown every week. He is tied with Clark for the TE lead in touchdowns (5) but he only has 17 catches on the year. In a TD-only league, Watson is a surprise gold mine for a tight end.

Greg Olsen, Bears - Moving Up
The rookie is getting more playing time each week while the wideouts are getting less. The Bears intend on making Olsen one of the next premier tight ends and in Green Bay this week he showed some of what we should expect for the rest of the season. The Bears passing game turned to their tight ends and finally won a game - that will be remembered.

Owen Daniels, Texans - Moving Up
Daniels will likely fall back once Jacoby Jones and Andre Johnson come back to full strength but even then he is still a nice pickup at this spot because he is developing chemistry with Matt Schaub and that can never be a bad thing.

Vernon Davis, 49ers - Moving Down
Davis falls again even without playing thanks to a 49er offense that looks pathetic when passing. Another case of great potential in the wrong situation.

Alex Smith, Buccaneers - Moving Up
Smith had two scores this week which shows some confidence by Jeff Garcia but he'll never be more than a marginal back-up tight end for a fantasy team because he will always be too inconsistent.

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