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

Kellen Winslow, Browns - Moving Up
Winslow deserves the second spot and he's even scoring touchdowns now. The next couple of weeks may be tougher, but then the Browns schedule lightens up and Winslow should shine just as brightly.

Dallas Clark, Colts - Moving Down
Slips a couple of spots mainly because of those around him and from missing time with his concussion. Manning had no problem using Bryan Fletcher or even Ben Utecht this week..

Jeremy Shockey, Giants - Moving Up
Granted he comes off a career high for catches against the Cowboys last week but Shockey is a solid enough mid-tier tight end for the rest of the season. The Giants schedule is getting tougher and he'll be needed more.

L.J. Smith, Eagles - Moving Up
Moves up a little more after scoring last week. McNabb needs the help and he's always liked having Smith as an outlet. He's worthy of a fantasy start now.

Alge Crumpler, Falcons - Moving Up
It was nice to see him with a long catch and score against the Panthers but he's still too risky to consider a starter in all but the biggest of leagues. The Falcons are still struggling and when Leftwich comes back Crumpler could just as easily fall back.

Leonard Pope, Cardinals - Moving Up
His two scores last week shows that he is worthy of being a fantasy back-up but you have to make sure you use him in that one of every four games that he matters. A marginal back-up but could improve.

   

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