Mark Andrews, Travis Kelce, Zach Ertz, Hunter Henry, and Jared Cook lead my Week 2 fantasy soccer tight end rankings for 2020.
Darren Waller, Dallas Goedert, Tyler Higbee, Evan Engram, and Jonnu Smith spherical out my Top 10 selections for Week 2. Eric Ebron of the Pittsburgh Steelers is amongst my favourite sleepers this week on the place.
I wish to advocate starting a tight end who could be the primary or second purpose of their respective offense and has a implausible chance to make use of nasty safety. Check out my weekly waiver wire article for selections of players in order so as to add at each place.
Here are just a few of my favourite players on this week’s Top 20 rankings:
Baltimore Ravens tight end Mark Andrews is my No. 1 alternative on the place this week. Andrews had two touchdowns in Week 1 and will have extreme yardage full in Week 2 when the Ravens battle a Houston Texans squad that merely allowed 50 yards and a ranking to Travis Kelce.
Andrews must in no way come out of your lineup, irrespective of league format, nevertheless must be notably priceless in Week 2.
Los Angeles Chargers tight end Hunter Henry failed to reach the highest zone in Week 1, nevertheless did haul in 5 catches for 73 yards.
This week he’ll face the Kansas City Chiefs. I rely on the Chargers to the trail for a lot of of this recreation, which must make Henry a significant candidate for a ton of targets. He is my No. 4 tight end.
Las Vegas Raiders tight end Darren Waller lands at No. 6 in my Week 2 rankings. Waller had merely 45 yards and 6 catches in Week 1, nevertheless must bounce once more in opposition to the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football.
The Saints must dominate this recreation and the Raiders may wish to lean on Waller to keep up tempo with the New Orleans offense.
I rely on a minimum of eight catches and 100 yards from Waller in Week 2.
Los Angeles Rams tight end Tyler Higbee moreover failed to reach the highest zone in Week 1. This week he’ll go up in opposition to a Philadelphia Eagles secondary that struggled to comprise the Washington Football Team offense in Week 1.
I rely on the Rams to utilize Higbee and a balanced technique to win this recreation and put up robust fantasy soccer stats.
Evan Engram of the New York Giants turned seven targets into merely two catches for 9 yards in Week 1, nevertheless, lands at No. 9 in my Week 2 rankings. The Giants are set to face a Chicago Bears safety that merely allowed 56 yards and a ranking to T.J. Hockenson of the Detroit Lions.
I rely on Engram to place up even increased numbers than Hockenson in Week 2. He wants to start in all leagues which have a minimum of 10 teams and require starting tight ends.
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Eric Ebron had one catch for 18 yards in Week 1, nevertheless, must hold in your lineup should you’re in a tight end league.
The Steelers face the Denver Broncos this week in what I rely on to be an in-depth recreation. Look for Ebron to haul in a minimum of 5 catches for 50 yards. He may present to be an elite TE1 if he reaches the highest zone.
Ebron is my No. 11 tight end for Week 2.
Week 2 fantasy soccer tight end rankings
1. Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens at HOU
2. Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs at LAC
3. Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles vs. LAR
4. Hunter Henry, Los Angeles Chargers vs. KC
5. Jared Cook, New Orleans Saints at LV
6. Darren Waller, Las Vegas Raiders vs. NO
7. Dallas Goedert, Philadelphia Eagles vs. LAR
8. Tyler Higbee, Los Angeles Rams at PHI
9. Evan Engram, New York Giants at CHI
10. Jonnu Smith, Tennessee Titans vs. JAX
11. Eric Ebron, Pittsburgh Steelers vs. DEN
12. Austin Hooper, Cleveland Browns vs. CIN
13. T.J. Hockenson, Detroit Lions at GB
14. Hayden Hurst, Atlanta Falcons at DAL
15. Noah Fant, Denver Broncos at PIT
16. Jack Doyle, Indianapolis Colts vs. MIN
17. O.J. Howard, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. CAR
18. Mike Gesicki, Miami Dolphins vs. BUF
19. Chris Herndon, New York Jets vs. SF
20. Rob Gronkowski, Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. CAR
This week throughout the National Football League
Washington’s Ryan Kerrigan (R) sacks Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz. Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI |
Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins seems to be like to maneuver in opposition to the Eagles. Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI |
A member of the Washington crew wears a shirt that reads “End Racism” as he takes the sphere earlier to the game. Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI |
A customer corporations employee wears a masks and face defend as he stands in empty seats earlier to the game. Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI |
The Bengals’ A.J. Green makes a catch beneath pressure from the Chargers’ safety. Photo by John Sommers II/UPI |
The Chargers’ Denzel Perryman (C) celebrates after recovering a fumble in opposition to the Bengals. Photo by John Sommers II /UPI |
Bengals tight end Drew Sample (L) fights to breaks free from the Chargers’ Kenneth Murray. Photo by John Sommers II/UPI |
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson scrambles in opposition to the Browns. Photo by David Tulis/UPI |
The Browns’ Jamie Gillan (7) fumbles to the Ravens after a pretend punt attempt. Photo by David Tulis/UPI |
The Patriots’ Derek Rivers (R) drags down the Dolphins’ Ryan Fitzpatrick throughout the fourth quarter. Photo by Matthew Healey/UPI |
The Patriots’ J.C. Jackson runs in the long term zone after intercepting a transfer meant for the Dolphins’ Mike Gesicki. Photo by Matthew Healey/UPI |
The Rams’ Van Jefferson (R) catches an prolonged transfer over the Cowboys’ Trevon Diggs. Photo by Lori Shepler/UPI |
The Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott (C) goes in for a touchdown. Photo by Lori Shepler/UPI |
The Indianapolis Colts’ Parris Campbell (R) completes a reception in opposition to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Jacksonville, Fla., on Sunday. The Jaguars defeated the Colts 27-20. Photo by Joe Marino/UPI |
Following tricks to guard in opposition to the unfold of COVID-19, the Jacksonville Jaguars allowed followers to attend and look at the opening recreation with about 25% of the seats stuffed. The TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville was the one stadium to permit fan attendance on opening day of the NFL’s 2020 season. Photo by Joe Marino/UPI |
The Colts’ Nyheim Hines (R) runs for 5 yards. Photo by Joe Marino / UPI |
The Jaguars’ Laviska Shenault Jr. (L) scores a touchdown as a result of the Colt’s Justin Houston leaps over a teammate. Photo by Joe Marino/UPI |