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1Jimmy Graham28NOS2111.3Graham had a "down" year in 2014 posting an 85/889/10 stat-line. New Orleans was an inexplicable mess and Graham still posted top tier numbers. He's elite.
2Rob Gronkowski25NEP1221.7Gronk outpaced all other TEs in 2014 and has long outpaced his competition on a fantasy PPG basis. If he's healthy he's the top dynasty TE.
3Julius Thomas26DEN3333.0JT is a terror with Manning at the helm. He's a TD machine and a nightmare matchup, but will Manning return?
4Travis Kelce25KCC4454.3He has the bad luck of being paired with a conservative QB in a conservative offense, but Kelce is the real deal. He'll break out in a big at some point and situations change.
5Jordan Cameron26CLE5645.0Cameron struggled mightily in 2014. Injury concerns and lack of other play makers are legit concerns.
6Martellus Bennett27CHI8566.3He and Forte have been the only real bright spot for owners invested in Chicago's flailing offense in 2014. A talented TE, who put up top 5 numbers.
7Kyle Rudolph25MIN6787.0Needs to stay healthy and provide a blossoming Teddy Bridgewater with a bail out option. He can thrive in that offense.
8Greg Olsen29CAR91078.7Has thrived on a Carolina team with few other receiving options. Olsen will be a great sell high if more weapons are added.
9Eric Ebron21DET78129.0Very slow to acclimate to the pro game in his rookie year, but Ebron's upside is HUGE and remains so.
10Jordan Reed24WAS1191010.0Head injuries will always be a concern with this undersized, WR-like TE. When healthy he's capable of solid numbers though.
11Coby Fleener26IND1513912.3Entering a contract year in 2015 and after posting a 51/774/8 stat-line Fleener holds TE2 value with good upside. He'll try to earn a big contract.
12Zach Ertz24PHI13121312.7Has shown glimpses but falls into that dime a dozen category of mid-tier TEs.
13Ladarius Green24SDC17141114.0A much-hyped 2014 breakout season didn't come to pass. Will likely need Gates to retire before realizing his potential.
14Vernon Davis31SFO10201414.7Seems to be fading a bit and is currently underutilized in that offense. At his age he may never be the elite TE we all thought he was.
15Austin Seferian-Jenkins22TBB12151815.0Starting to get worked into the offense. TE is often a 2-3 year transition position, but with this young team and his talent ASJ could close that gap much faster.
16Jason Witten32DAL18111715.3A steady and consistent Witten keeps putting up low end TE1 numbers year after year despite turning 32 years old.
17Tyler Eifert24CIN16161515.7Continues to underwhelm and Dalton isn't doing him any favors. He's talented, but the chances of a breakout are dwindling.
18Dwayne Allen24IND14191917.3Allen has value in that high-powered Colts offense, but with Fleener being favored late in 2014 and more than a few mouths to feed he can get lost in the offense at times.
19Larry Donnell26NYG22171618.3A surprise breakout in 2014, Donnell has shown he's got what it takes to not only be a starter but a damn fine one.
20Delanie Walker30TEN19182019.0Walker was the standout offensive weapon early in 2014 but disappeared later on. He is still a viable "sell".
21Jace Amaro22NYJ20212120.7Has shown glimpses early in NY. Perhaps the offseason coaching change will improve the passing game in 2015.
22Antonio Gates34SDC23222423.0After 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
23Heath Miller32PIT24232323.3Miller 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.
24Charles Clay25MIA21242523.3Middle of the road TE2.
25Richard Rodgers23GBP25252725.7Has gotten worked in a little, but a few drops and inconsistent plays have the Packers still searching for a solid and consistent TE. Owners hope he develops into that.
26Gavin Escobar23DAL33282227.7
27Owen Daniels32BAL28302628.0Stepped up nicely in Pitta's absence, but isn't young and has injury concerns. No upside here.
28Tim Wright24TBB30292929.3Those that snatched him up after a very brief glimpse of Aaron Hernandez type production in 2014 were disappointed. He's a backup TE and nothing more.
29Jared Cook27STL26323029.3-3Continues 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.
30Jermaine Gresham26CIN32312830.3
31CJ Fiedorowicz23HOU27263830.3If Houston ever finds and offensive identity at QB, CJ is a nice sleeper pick and could function similar to Gronk in NE.
32Dennis Pitta30BAL29353432.7Owning Pitta is the pits
33Garrett Graham28HOU36333334.0
34Luke Willson25SEA48273235.75Presents some solid upside in a conservative Seattle offense. If they let the reigns loosen up a bit Willson has the talent to make plays.
35Levine Toilolo23ATL34344136.3
36Mychal Rivera24OAK39403136.7
37Brandon Bostick25GBP37383637.0-3
38Brandon Pettigrew29DET35393737.0
39Troy Niklas22ARI38364238.7
40Dion Sims23MIA49373540.3Has upside, but at this point that's all he has.
41Marcedes Lewis30JAX40414642.3
42Rob Housler26ARI314642.3
43Zach Miller29SEA41454343.0
44Brent Celek30PHI43474043.3
45Joseph Fauria25DET45483944.0
46Jermichael Finley27GBP42504445.3
47Jeff Cumberland27NYJ444345.7
48Anthony Fasano30KCC444546.3
49Ryan Griffin25HOU4247.3
50Adrien Robinson26NYG4648.7
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