Tight End Rankings-Who to Start in Fantasy Football Week 10

Rob Gronkowski (87) and the New England Patriots powered past the Bills in their last meeting earlier this season, and a rematch makes Gronk the unanimous choice for top tight end for week 10. Photo by Kevin Hoffman-US PRESSWIRE

If your looking for stability and unanimity the day after a divided American election, you’ve come to the right place. Our tight end rankings are pretty uniform especially at the top as we welcome back Gronk off his bye week by making him the only unanimous #1 in all the positions for Week 10. Here’s our top 15 tight ends to start for week 10:

1 Rob Gronkowski NE Buf 1.0 1 1 1
2 Jimmy Graham NO Atl 2.0 2 2 2
3 Antonio Gates SD at TB 4.0 4 4 4
4 Tony Gonzalez Atl at NO 4.0 6 3 3
5 Jason Witten Dal at Phi 4.7 3 6 5
6 Heath Miller  Pit KC 6.0 7 5 6
7 Owen Daniels Hou at Chi 8.3 9 9 7
8 Jermaine Gresham Cin at NYG 9.7 11 7 11
9 Martellus Bennett NYG Cin 10.3 10 13 8
10 Vernon Davis SF Stl 11.3 5 NR 9
11 Brandon Pettigrew Det at Min 12.7 13 11 14
12 Kyle Rudolph Min Det 13.0 14 15 10
13 Dustin Keller NYJ at Sea 15.0 15 10 NR
14 Brandon Myers Oak at Bal 15.3 NR 14 12
15 Dennis Pitta Bal Oak 15.7 NR 12 15

Our ranking team consists of the Fantasy CPR staff: Steve Copps (SC), Jeffrey Littrell (JL), and myself (ZT). NR stands for not rated and counts for 20 in the composite ranking average.

Topics: Fantasy Football, NFL Week 10, Rob Gronkowski, TE Rankings, Who To Start

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  • DraftKings Dom

    I’m setting my lineup for this week and have enough room under the cap
    for Kyle Rudolph or Brandon Myers at tight end; both are around the same
    price. Can Rudolph get back to early season status or do you think
    Myers will have another week like last one?

    • Fantasy CPR

      tough call…. I think ultimately the question is whether Christian Ponder returns to early-season form. Since Percy Harvin probably won’t play, I’d take Rudolph since I think he’ll see a ton of passes coming his way against a vulnerable Detroit defense.

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