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QB | RB | WR | TE | DL | LB | DB | Rookie Top 50 | Rookie QB | Rookie RB | Rookie WR | Rookie TE | Rookie DL | Rookie LB | Rookie DB
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1Jimmy Graham27NOS1111.0Graham is on pace to demolish NFL records for a tight end. No question he's the top of the food chain.
2Rob Gronkowski25NEP2322.3Gronk's talent and production puts him in the same category as Graham but broken arms, back surgery and a torn-up knee means his injury risk remains relatively high
3Julius Thomas26DEN3232.7Another former basketball player turned NFL tight end, Thomas has displayed elite fantasy potential especially with Manning chucking the rock
4Jordan Cameron26CLE5444.3Former basketball player with minimal football experience but Cameron is a unique athlete - ranked 1st or 2nd in five of the seven test at the 2010 Combine
5Travis Kelce25KCC4755.311One-year starter in college (45-722-8 TDs as a senior) but with a lot of upside, his rookie season lost to a knee injury so he's a sneaky guy to watch in dynasty
6Vernon Davis30SFO6586.3As talented as anyone, Davis has lacked consistency but the potential connection with QB Colin Kaepernick offers enticing upside
7Kyle Rudolph24MIN7676.7Rudolph has a ton of potential should the Vikings finally solve their QB woes, but if they don't he'll continue to be the middling TE he's produced like so far
8Martellus Bennett27CHI9867.76Bennett is a talented tight end in an upper tier passing offense, his only concern is whether he can demand enough catches with Marshall and Jeffery on the field
9Jordan Reed24WAS111138.3Reed brings great athleticism and barring further injury is locked in as Washington's tight end of present and future
10Eric Ebron (R)21DET89129.7Truly elite in the passing game and now has the offense to become the next true elite TE. Should become Staffords #2 passing option.
11Zach Ertz23PHI1214911.7Ertz will be the starting TE in 2014 and should benefit from a highly potent passing offense led by another bright young star in Nick Foles
12Greg Olsen29CAR10171012.3Set a career-high with 73 catches in 2013 and is perhaps the only dependable veteran target for Cam Newton in Carolina
13Jason Witten32DAL14101613.3-3A steady and consistent Witten keeps putting up solid TE1 numbers year after year despite turning 32 years old
14Ladarius Green24SDC16131113.3-3Green will eventually supplant the aging Antonio Gates and Greens offers big-time upside at 6'6" with 4.44 40-yard speed
15Tyler Eifert24CIN15121514.0-3A flashy Notre Dame product, Eifert managed just 445 yards and 2 TDs in his rookie season but his pass-catching ability should demand much more
16Austin Seferian-Jenkins (R)22TBB13151715.0Physical freak of nature in a now lethally talented offense. Just need a QB to steer the ship and the Bucs could be looking up this year.
17Delanie Walker30TEN18161416.04Walker finally had a chance to finally start as a Titan in 2013 at age 29 and put up a respectable 60 catches and 6 TDs
18Larry Donnell25NYG20191317.351A surprise breakout in 2014, Donnell has shown he's got what it takes to not only be a starter but a damn fine one.
19Dwayne Allen24IND17181817.7Drafted the round after Coby Fleener, Dwayne Allen should form a double-TE combo in Indy for years alongside Andrew Luck
20Coby Fleener26IND21201920.0Fleener was Andrew Luck's college safety-blanket, and is a freak with a 4.45 40-time but he hasn't yet caught on as a dependable target in the NFL
21Heath Miller31PIT19232221.33After posting a mediocre 58/593/1 stat-line in 2013 where he clearly wasn't healthy, Miller is a candidate to rebound in 2014 despite turning 32 years old
22Charles Clay25MIA23222122.0Clay is a FB/TE tweener but his 69/759/6 stat-line with the Dolphins in 2013 shows he can produce when given the chance
23Jace Amaro (R)22NYJ28212023.0Padded his stats in a wide open Texas Tech offense, but the guy can flat out catch and Geno Smith needs a safety blanket
24Dennis Pitta29BAL22242323.0-9If Pitta can shake the injury bug he holds a lot of promise for the 2014 season in new OC Kubiak's offensive scheme
25Antonio Gates34SDC24252424.3The once-great Antonio Gates looks to have hit the wall and it's only a matter of time before he's replaced by the younger Ladarius Green
26Richard Rodgers (R)22GBP27262726.7The 3rd round pick out of Cal was not highly touted but lands in a fantastic GB offense and has reportedly been impressing in OTAs heading into 2014
27Jared Cook27STL26273027.7St. Louis signed Cook to a monster 5-year, $35M deal in 2013 but he's yet to prove he's worth it despite high hopes from NFL and fantasy owners alike
28Jermaine Gresham26CIN31292829.3The former 1st-rounder was a solid TE for the Bengals for three seasons but when Cinci drafted Tyler Eifert in 2013 the writing was on the wall
29Gavin Escobar23DAL33322630.3A surprise TE addition early in the draft for the Cowboys, Escobar could eventually supplant Jason Witten
30Owen Daniels31BAL29303330.7Daniels was a solid fantasy performer for years as a member of the Texans but will play second fiddle to Pitta in Baltimore despite his connection with OC Gary Kubiak
31Tim Wright24TBB32312930.7-4Undrafted out of Rutgers, Wright has worked his way into Tampa's starting lineup in 2013 but the Bucs drafted a better option in Sefarian-Jenkins in 2014
32Garrett Graham28HOU36332531.3Graham has shown that he can be an NFL starter and may get that chance with Owen Daniels leaving for Baltimore
33CJ Fiedorowicz (R)22HOU252834.33
34Troy Niklas (R)22ARI38363135.0Another big blocking pass catching ND tight end. Housler is the only one he needs to beat out. Expect him to take a year.
35Brandon Bostick25GBP37353636.0Bostick has exceptional athleticism and has shown enough that he'll compete to be the team's 2014 starter
36Levine Toilolo23ATL34344136.3Exceptionally tall, Toilolo could be a red zone asset and could replace Tony Gonzalez in 2014
37Brandon Pettigrew29DET35383736.7-5Playing with Matthew Stafford and on an offense that could put up 5,000 yards passing should make for an attractive tight end target although Pettigrew isn't ever going to be elite
38Jermichael Finley27GBP41413539.0Finley suffered a devastating back injury that required spinal fusion surgery, his long-term status is up in the air
39Rob Housler26ARI30464440.0Housler has rare speed for a tight end (timed at 4.46 at the Combine) but is looking to have lost his chance with Troy Niklas and John Carlson now on the roster.
40Zach Miller28SEA40453841.0Miller has always shown flashes of brilliance since his days in Oakland but just doesn't seem capable of being a dependable fantasy target
41Marcedes Lewis30JAX39404641.7Jacksonville management got duped, giving Lewis a 5-year, $35M contract with $17M guaranteed before the 2011 season
42Brent Celek29PHI42474043.0Celek has been replaced by Zach Ertz as Philly's number 1 TE
43Mychal Rivera24OAK394243.7-5Raiders added Mychael Rivera as a late round pick in 2013 and he'll need to develop to see consistent action
44Joseph Fauria24DET44483943.7Exceptionally tall and was a tremendous red-zone weapon, totaled 7 TDs in 2013 but that's all he is with Ebron now on the roster
45Colt Lyerla (R)21GBP3244.0-3Easily the most upside of all the GB TEs. Now he just needs to not be an idiot for 5 minutes and show us all the superstar talent he posesses.
46Dustin Keller30MIA3444.7Dustin Keller has yet to sign with a team heading into 2014 and his career could be in jeopardy after shredding his knee before the 2013 season
47Luke Willson24SEA483745.03Willson has good speed but will need to prove his consistency before emerging as a fantasy contributor
48Jeff Cumberland27NYJ434345.3Cumberland has filled in as the starting TE at times and has a shot at more action in the Jets offense should rookie Amaro falter
49Anthony Fasano30KCC444546.3
50Ryan Griffin24HOU4247.3Another talented TE vying for the starting job in Houston. Griffin will need to impress to emerge from the pack.
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