The TE Hierarchy: Week 6

Each week we will release “The Hierarchy” for each position. The Hierarchy will release players rank according to where we at NoHuddle believe they will fall for that particular week using a tiered system. The higher the tier, the better off, the lower the tier, the more you want to stay away from those players. All rankings are based on upcoming opponent, past performances, and projections for the current week. Here we go:

The King: (Represent the Elite at their position for the week- Top End TEs)

  1. Greg Olsen @ NO

The Princes: (Represent the TEs that should perform at solid TE1 levels)

  1. Delanie Walker vs. CLE
  2. Travis Kelce vs. OAK
  3. Rob Gronkowski vs. CIN (*MONITOR STATUS PREGAME)
  4. Jimmy Graham vs. ATL

The Dukes: (Represent the TEs that should perform at as a low level TE1

  1. Martellus Bennett vs. CIN
  2. Zach Ertz @ WAS
  3. Zach Miller @ JAX
  4. Coby Fleener vs. CAR
  5. Jesse James @ MIA
  6. Gary Barnidge @ TEN

The Viscounts: (Represents those used in a desperate situation)

  1. Antonio Gates vs. DEN
  2. Hunter Henry vs. DEN
  3. Charles Clay vs. SF
  4. Jason Witten @ GB
  5. Dennis Pitta @ NYG
  6. Dwayne Allen @ HOU
  7. Julius Thomas @ CHI

The Barons: (Shot in the dark, maybe something will stick with these TEs)

  1. Richard Rodgers vs. DAL
  2. Jacob Tamme @ SEA
  3. Will Tye vs. BAL
  4. Virgil Green @ SD
  5. Lance Kendricks @ DET
  6. Dion Sims vs. PIT

UPDATE SUNDAY AM

All tiers in order of rank and based on .5 PPR

As always for further inquiries as to who to start or sit, contact us on twitter @No_HuddleFFB

(Photo Credit: Vincent Carchietta / USA TODAY Sports)

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2 thoughts on “The TE Hierarchy: Week 6

  1. Reed?

    On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 2:05 PM, No Huddle Fantasy Football wrote:

    > NoHuddleFFB posted: “Each week we will release “The Hierarchy” for each > position. The Hierarchy will release players rank according to where we at > NoHuddle believe they will fall for that particular week using a tiered > system. The higher the tier, the better off, the lower th” >

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