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NFL DFS rankings: Tight ends in the Divisional Round

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Ranking tight ends playing this weekend for both FanDuel and DraftKings.

Cincinnati Bengals v Minnesota Vikings Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

Sure real fantasy football is over (and has been for a while) but that shouldn’t stop you from still playing the fake game we all love! Here are my rankings for tight ends this weekend on both FanDuel and DraftKings:

TE rankings

RANK NAME FANDUEL PRICE DRAFTKINGS PRICE OPPONENT
RANK NAME FANDUEL PRICE DRAFTKINGS PRICE OPPONENT
1 Rob Gronkowski 8500 7100 TEN
2 Zach Ertz 7200 5800 ATL
3 Delanie Walker 6200 5000 NE
4 Kyle Rudolph 5900 4700 NO
5 Jesse James 5500 3500 JAC
6 Austin Hooper 4900 3200 PHI
7 Trey Burton 4800 2700 ATL
8 Marcedes Lewis 4700 2500 PIT
9 Josh Hill 4700 2500 MIN
10 Levine Toilolo 4500 2500 PHI

Notes:

  • Gronk, duh
  • I really wanted to put Kyle Rudolph above Delanie Walker this week but I remembered that Mike Mularkey only lets Mariota pass the ball to Walker so he’s going to get you points. I know the Panthers really only have Christian McCaffrey and Greg Olsen as receiving threats and so they were going to get a ton of work, but Olsen put up 107 yards and a touchdown on the Saints in the Wild Card and kinda feel like the Rudolph could have similar success against New Orleans. Now, the Vikings have a lot more receiving talent than the Panthers so they can throw the ball to other people, but I really like Rudolph’s upside this weekend.