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Monday, June 30, 2014

2013 Fantasy Playoffs - Top Performers Tight Ends


To win your league, you have to start players who perform well at the end of the season. There is no greater frustration than entering your fantasy playoffs just to watch your team get knocked out in the first round. We've identified the top 10 tight ends from 2013's playoff run (weeks 14-16) to help you identify who may be more likely to come through again in 2014.


NOTES:
Jimmy Graham - Outside of a small stint of injury issues a few years ago, Jimmy Graham has been nothing but the best and the TE of choice throughout his entire career. Last year, he came through again in weeks 14 and 16, but had a rough week 15. 

Marcedes Lewis - The Jaguars TE is not considered a week to week option in the fantasy world, but if you used him in the fantasy playoffs last year, you were rewarded handsomely with a touchdown in each playoff game. Unfortunately his inconsistency in the long term make him a risky option each week.

Martellus Bennett - The Chicago Bears tight end was (and continues to be) an excellent PPR option at his position. Bennett averaged over 5 receptions per game during the 2013 fantasy playoffs, and is in line for another stellar season in 2014.  

Searchable List
1 Gonzalez, Tony ATL TE         42.5 14.17 10 16.2 16.3
2 Graham, Jimmy NOS TE 42.1 14.03 20.8 4.5 16.8
3 Lewis, Marcedes JAC TE 38.6 12.87 11.2 13.4 14
4 Thomas, Julius DEN TE         35.7 11.9 12 6.9 16.8
5 Quarless, Andrew GBP TE 33.6 11.2 15.6 15.6 2.4
6 Clay, Charles MIA TE         31.5 10.5 25.2 1.1 5.2
7 Wright, Tim TBB TE         31.5 10.5 9.1 17.7 4.7
8 Cameron, Jordan CLE TE 27.4 13.7 22.6 4.8
9 Rivera, Mychal OAK TE         27.4 9.13 10.6 11.5 5.3
10 Bennett, Martellus CHI TE 26.9 8.97 6.8 9.1 11

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