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1Rob Gronkowski26NEP11111He's arguably the most dominant force in fantasy football and the clear #1 pick in TE-PPR bonus leagues. At 25 Gronk can dominate for another decade.
2Jimmy Graham28SEA22222WOW is all we can say. Graham to SEA is definitely not the end of Graham, but you can't help but wonder if his "down" yr last year will become the norm.
3Travis Kelce25KCC34333.25Kelce is being asked to bulk up a bit by Coach Reid. This in an attempt to keep Kelce on the field at all times. Kelce is in line for a huge year.
4Julius Thomas26JAX53575We will find out very quickly how closely JT's production was tied to Manning when JT gets to be paired with 2nd year QB Blake Bortles Expect a noticeable production hit.
5Jordan Cameron26MIA76465.75Got a QB and offense upgrade by moving to Maimi. Tanney will definitely get more out of him then his Cleveland QBs, but once again, Cameron will have to stay on the field
6Greg Olsen30CAR49645.75Even if CAR upgrades the WR position, Olsen will remain the safest passing option for Cam unless Kelvin Benjamin and limit his drops. He's a top 10 lock
7Martellus Bennett28CHI85797.25Marshall got shipped out making Bennett instantly a more attractive receiving option. Bennett needs to show he can stay healthy as he has a tendency to fade down the stretch
8Kyle Rudolph25MIN67887.25Rudy looked fast and ready to go early last year before injuries derailed him. Another year in Norv's TE-friendly system with Teddy should put Rudy in position to thrive if he can stay on the field
9Zach Ertz24PHI9111058.75Chip Kelly has cleared the way for Ertz to be a major force in the passing game.
10Eric Ebron22DET128131010.75Tough position to transistion too. Should be a great option for Stafford w/ another yr to learn the offense
11Austin Seferian-Jenkins22TBB1013111111.25ASJ may need another yr, especially if Winston takes over, but TB is an offense that most should be investing in. ASJ could easily end up the best TE in his class
12Maxx Williams (R)21BAL1110121211.25What a perfect situation. Normally you shouldn't get too stoked for a rookie TE anywhere but Maxx's natural play-making ability + Balt's lack of options makes this a tasty spot
13Coby Fleener26IND151291412.5Fleener really stepped up as a receiving option last year, but with AJ and Gore in town, but these INDY TEs will have limited upside
14Jordan Reed24WAS1314171815.5Reed needs to show he can play the position in a way that won't get him killed every other game. If he can, his PPR numbers could be great
15Ladarius Green25SDC1915141616A much-hyped 2014 breakout season didn't come to pass. Will likely need Gates to retire before realizing his potential.
16Tyler Eifert24CIN1816151516It's now or never for Tyler. It's tough to be too excited about anyone in this offense that is not named AJ Green or Jeremy Hill
17Josh Hill25NOS1721161316.75The departure of Jimmy Graham and fact that the Saints didn't take a TE in the drafts means BIG opportunity for HIll. Does he have the talent to live up on a team suddenly in need of pass catchers?
18Dwayne Allen25IND1420221918.75Injury and a crowed receiving corps limits Allen's upside. When healthy he has proven to be the better all-around TE over pass catch Coby Fleener
19Jason Witten33DAL2017202119.5A steady and consistent Witten keeps putting up low end TE1 numbers year after year despite turning 32 years old.
20Larry Donnell26NYG2118182420.25A surprise breakout in 2014, Donnell has shown he's got what it takes to not only be a starter but a damn fine one.
21Vernon Davis31SFO2224212021.75SF has had a messing off-season, but believe it or not the offense may have actually improved. That said, Kaepernick has proven he can't keep all the mouths fed
22Charles Clay26BUF2823192223Clay gets to be apart of the new Rex Ryan experiment in Buffalo. The talent is there. The QB is not.
23Jace Amaro22NYJ2325232323.5Has shown glimpses early in NY. Perhaps the offseason coaching change will improve the passing game in 2015.
24Clive Walford (R)23OAK2922281724Great pick by Oak. Best blocking back in the draft and is competant on offense. Will make a great addition to the o-line and should see the field a lot. Offense will come in spurts
25Owen Daniels32DEN1628243024.5He may be old, but he is now paired with Peyton Manning and his career coach in Gary Kubiak. Owens will be tied to Manning but also tied to top 1 0 production with top 5 upside. Constantly underrated
26Delanie Walker30TEN2419292724.75Walker was the standout offensive weapon early in 2014 but disappeared later on. He is still a viable "sell".
27Heath Miller32PIT2727262827Miller has looked very solid and has offered owners that gambled on him late, great value. Still, not the most exciting TE to own and upside is limited.
28Antonio Gates34SDC2626272927After a top 5 fantasy finish in 2014, Gates is far from done much to the dismay of Ladarius Green owners everywhere. May say something about Green as well that he can't beat him out
29Richard Rodgers23GBP2529302527.25Packers have stated they are expecting good things from Rogers. Rogers will have a big game now and then but will disappear for stretches as long as Cobb and Jordy are healthy
30Gavin Escobar24DAL3732253131.25Witten owners should be invested in Escobar at this stage of Witten's career
31Jermaine Gresham26UFA3634312631.75Should realistically be above Eifert based on what we know. Can't bring myself to do it though.
32Tim Wright25NEP3433323533.5Tim showed glimpses of chemistry with Brady in the redzone last year. It will be worth monitoring his development in the offense. Could be a sneaky TE
33Tyler Kroft (R)22CIN3230333933.5Burgandy's boy. Kroft is the the best TE in Cincy. Yes even over Eifert. But Eifert has the inside track. Expect Kroft to eventually become the guy in Cincy. Nice TS stash
34Jared Cook28STL3136343333.5Continues to show glimpses. He's the ultimate tease and it really is time to give up on him as anything more than a low end TE2.
35CJ Fiedorowicz23HOU3031433234If Houston ever finds and offensive identity at QB, CJ is a nice sleeper pick and could function similar to Gronk in NE.
36Garrett Graham28HOU4137373637.75Somebody has to be relevant in HOU at TE . My $$ is on CJ Fiedorowicz
37Mychal Rivera24OAK4547353440.25
38Dennis Pitta30BAL33393840.5Pitta would be great to own if he wasn't one hit away from retirement or worse. Flacco has nothing to throw to right now and by default Pitta "should" be the man in PPR leagues. That just means he won't make it past week 2.
39Jeff Heuerman (R)22DEN3845394040.5Can't deny the attractiveness of the location, but in a disappointing turn of events Heuerman goes down with a torn ACL in the first rookie minicamp
40Jesse James (R)20PIT4435454141.25Great spot as well. Can learn behind an aging Heath Miller. Pitt's offense is young and with a name like Jesse James, he ain't going down without a fight.
41Levine Toilolo24ATL3938474241.5Was relevant for very brief stretches. It's clear he won't be living up to Gonzo's production anytime soon. Expect ATL to bring in competition
42Brandon Pettigrew30DET4043424342Just a matter of time until Ebron replaces his mentor
43Brandon Bostick26GBP4242414442.25
44Troy Niklas22ARI4340483842.25
45Rob Housler27CLE353744.5Pray that Palmer is healthy
46Dion Sims24MIA5241404745
47Luke Willson25SEA443646
48Marcedes Lewis31JAX4646524848
49Jermichael Finley28GBP48504548.25
50Brent Celek30PHI49464948.5
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