Week 11 DFS Fantasy Football Tight End Rankings – Fan Duel
Week 11 of the Fantasy Football season is fast approaching – time to start thinking about locking in your lineups for one of the final weeks of the Fantasy Regular Season. The Tight End position has been a bit of a crap-shoot all season long – to have a guy that delivers 80 yards and a touchdown consistently is certainly a bonus.
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So which Tight Ends can we count on for such production this week? Let’s break it down in the top 5 Tight End plays for Week 11 of the NFL season.
1.Rob Gronkowski, Patriots
There is zero reason to overthink this one – Gronk is still the top option out there. Against the Bills on National TV on Monday night he should feast. With safety blanket Julian Edelman out of the lineup Gronk should be even more of a focal point this week. He has gone over 90 yards six time this year and has 8 TDs on the season and he went off for 113 yards and a TD in the first meeting of the year against the Bills.
Gronk should be good for 100 yards on 7-9 catches with 1, possibly 2 TDs. Enjoy Gronk owners!
2.Greg Olsen, Panthers
Olsen has been money all year long – he is clearly the second best Tight End in the game right now. Targets, reliability and production say so. Olsen is the best pass catcher on the Panthers and will once again prove to be a matchup nightmare against the Redskins this week. He’s good for 80-100 yards and a TD in a game that Carolina should control.
3.Travis Kelce, Chiefs
Kelce has been good all year – a mouth-watering matchup against San Diego’s horrible defense promises to keep that trend going. His yardage totals haven’t been great lately – they have dropped him to about a 50 yard per game average. My guess is that he breaks out of a mini-slump as the Chiefs get back to what was making Kelce successful earlier in the year.
5 catches, 60 yards and a TD for Kelce this week makes him top 5 among Tight Ends.
4.Tyler Eifert, Bengals
Eifert had a down game last week – just like the rest of the team. One week after scoring three times he caught only three passes for 26 yards! I am expecting a big bounce back this week. He has nine TDs on the year and has averaged right around 5 catches for 50 yards in each game. I’m expecting Eifert to eclipse that this week – 6-8 grabs for 60-75 yards and a TD seems about right!
5.Jordan Reed, Redskins
If Reed is in the lineup he’s a threat – period! He has five TDs the last three weeks and is the unquestioned #1 Red Zone target on a surprisingly effective offense. Reed draws the Panthers this week – a team whose only weakness is against Tight Ends. Don’t think that the Skins haven’t recognized this. I’m expecting 5-7 catches for 60-75 yards and a TD.
The Skins are going to have to throw to stay close to the Panthers – Reed is the beneficiary in such a case.
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