Fantasy Football 2015: TE Rankings, Sleepers and Risks to Avoid

September 3, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The rise of the athletic, almost wide receiver-like tight end has been talked about as one of the recent trends around the NFL, but it’s been far from a league-wide success. Players like Tony Gonzalez and Antonio Gates may have been ahead of their time in the fantasy world, but finding similar players with the same success hasn’t been easy.
Players like Rob Gronkowski and Jimmy Graham have risen to the top of the position in recent years, but there have been plenty of these tight ends who were primarily used for their receiving skills that haven’t produced the same big numbers. That’s why we tend to talk a lot about potential at this time of year—and are often left searching for legit starting options by November. 
I wish things had turned out different for Jermichael Finley in Green Bay or that Jared Cook became more than just an average producer, but unfortunately, there have been more disappointments than success stories. With some of the...

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