The TE Hierarchy: Week 17

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:

 

”We 2 Kings…”: (Represent the Elite at their position for the week- Top End TEs)

1. Rob Gronkowski vs NYJ

2. Delanie Walker vs JAX

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

3. Eric Ebron vs GB

4. Jimmy Graham vs ARI

5. Greg Olsen @ ATL

6. Antonio Gates vs OAK

7. Jack Doyle vs HOU

8. George Kittle @ LAR

9. Evan Engram vs WAS

10. Kyle Rudolph vs CH

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

11. Vernon Davis @ NYG

12. Trey Burton vs DAL

13. Cameron Brate vs NO

14. Jared Cook @ LAC

15. Jason Witten @ PHI

16. Zach Ertz vs DAL

17. Charles Clay @ MIA

18. Travis Kelce @ DEN

 

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

19. Demetrius Harris @ DEN

20. Garrett Celek @ LAR

21. Stephen Anderson @ IND

22. Austin Seferian-Jenkins @ NE

23. David Njoku @ PIT

24. Tyler Kroft @ BAL

25. Ben Watson vs CIN

26. Austin Hooper vs CAR

27. Tyler Higbee vs SF

 

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

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