Week 10 Tight End Rankings

The Week 10 tight end rankings are here help you make tough decisions this week. Whether it is deciding which of your options to start with or who you should be looking to pick up this week to cover your byes and injuries. Our team will be here the rest of the year ranking the offensive positions, defensive positions, and team defense to try and help you win your fantasy football leagues.

Once again this week all of the top-10 are above 60% ownership. However, there are some interesting streaming options just outside the top-10

Ben Watson, NO @ CIN (61%)

In the long run I worry about Watson’s value with the arrival of Bryant. However, this week I think Watson could be in for a good week. The Bengals are allowing an average of 6.6 receptions, 75.3 yards and 0.6 touchdowns per game to give them an average of 14.43 fantasy points allowed to tight ends.

Vance McDonald, PIT v. CAR (54%)

The Panthers are currently the worst team in the league when it comes to tight ends. They are allowing an average of 6.9 receptions, 76.6 yards, 0.9 touchdowns and 16.6 fantasy points per game. The only issue is that the Steelers have two tight ends that compete for targets. I believe McDonald is the better of the two and that is why I would take a chance streaming him on Thursday.

Jack Doyle, IND vs. JAC (53%)

When active Doyle gets a lot of looks from Luck. He is one of the guys that Luck truly trusts on this team and that means a lot. The matchup is not great but I think Doyle can get somewhere in the region of 5-10 targets and possibly find the end zone this week.

Ricky Seals-Jones, ARI @ KC (16%)

The Chiefs rank seventh against the tight end, allowing an average of 12.27 fantasy points per game. The Cardinals will know that there is a chance they will get steam rolled this week and they need to try and keep up with the Chiefs. They are going to need to spread the ball around and as a low-owned player with potential high reward I would lean on Seals-Jones in deeper leagues.

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