Travis Kelce and Eric Ebron excessive my Week 7 fantasy soccer tight end rankings.
Rob Gronkowski, Zach Ertz, George Kittle, Kyle Rudolph, David Njoku, Trey Burton, Austin Hooper and Jordan Reed moreover land inside the excessive 10 of my weekly rankings on the place.
You most likely have any tight ends from the Oakland Raiders, Inexperienced Bay Packers, Pittsburgh Steelers or Seattle Seahawks, make sure to remove them out of your lineup, as these teams have Week 7 byes.
The sphere is a bit watered down this week, nonetheless there are nonetheless a great deal of respectable tight end selections on the market.
If you happen to’re needy on the place — or looking for a streaming chance — check out my excessive waiver wire add/drops for Week 7.
Listed below are my excessive 20 selections on the place this week.
Kelce looks like the simplest tight end in soccer this season. The Kansas Metropolis Chiefs star is a big part of most likely probably the most explosive offenses inside the recreation. Kelce is averaging 14.2 yards per reception and has the second-most receptions and yards amongst tight ends. This week he faces the Cincinnati Bengals, a safety allowing the sixth-most fantasy components to opposing tight ends. Kelce provides you a substantial profit on the place in Week 7.
Ebron leads all tight ends with six touchdowns on the season. He has been a significant a part of the Colts’ offense and has scored in 5 of his six video video games in 2018. I’m anticipating one different huge recreation in Week 7, as a result of the Colts face the Buffalo Funds. I rely on every defenses to battle on this spot.
Kittle is my No. 5 chance for Week 7. The San Francisco 49ers objective has just one ranking on the season, nonetheless has been very involved his workers’s offense. I’m anticipating an infinite week from Kittle proper right here as he faces the Los Angeles Rams, who’ve allowed the eighth-most receiving yards to opposing tight ends this season.
Njoku has the simplest matchup amongst tight ends this week. The Cleveland Browns objective scored his first touchdown of the season in Week 6 and has as a minimum 50 receiving yards in three consecutive video video games. This week he is going by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a unit allowing most likely probably the most fantasy components to opposing tight ends. He is my No. 5 chance for Week 7.
Burton is my No. eight chance for Week 7. The Chicago Bears objective has scored in back-to-back video video games and in three of his last four video video games. This week he battles the New England Patriots, a safety tied for allowing most likely probably the most touchdowns to opposing tight ends this season.
Bengals tight end C.J. Uzomah is my No. 11 chance for Week 7. Uzomah had 54 yards on six catches in Week 6 and can keep busy in the direction of the Chiefs, a secondary that has allowed most likely probably the most receiving yards and third-most fantasy components to opposing tight ends. He’s an efficient streaming chance in deeper leagues that require starting an honest end.