Week 17 Fantasy Rankings PPR: Tight end

The weekly trends of the fantastic finals for Week 17 PPR Championships are similar to most weeks and quite similar to non-PPR rankings. That was exactly the nature of the post this season – whether you have a stud or you don’t. The decisions to start, sit them out in the Week 17 fantasy championship can’t be too hard this week, because you’ve definitely got the title game with a good TE.

Perhaps this tight end was a current at first to Tyler Higbee. But once he got to the Cardinals in Week 13, he continued the bad finish of the season and reached 100 yards in four games. And now look who it is – the Cardinals! Higbee could well reach the mark of the century for a fifth week in a row and win some fantasy championships.

WEEK 17 NOT RATING:
Quarterback | Running back Wide receiver Tight end D / ST | Kicker

If you’ve gotten to that point a bit and you have to keep going, look at Dallas Gomert. He dropped nine of his 12 goals on Sunday and upped his game with the Eagles who didn’t have many of their top WRs. It’s not as good a game as Zach Ertz, but there is a non-zero chance that Goedert will come back to Ertz. Other potential streams include Kaden Smith (vs. Eagles) and Noah Fant (vs. Raiders).

So basically start your nails. The only adhesive point seen at the top of the rankings appears to be Baltimore, where the Ravens could choose to sit with the top seed of the AFC locked. If Mark Andrews was seated, that would be frustrating for the owners who brought in most of the season, but you could only hook up with Hayden Hurst and hope his connection to RG3 is half as good as Andrews’ relationship with him. Lamar.

WEEK 17 PPR GRADES:
Running back Wide receiver

Reminder: Check back for updates during the week.

Week 17 PPR Ratings: TE

These rankings are for full-time PPR championships.

Order
Player
1
George Kittlitt, SF @ SEA
2
Tyler Higbee, LAR vs. ARZ
3
Austin Hooper, ATL @ TB
4
Zach Ertz, PHI @ NYG
5
Travis Kelce, KC vs. LAC
6
Hunter Henry, LAC @ KC
7
Mark Andrews, BAL vs. PIT
8
Darren Waller, OAK @ DEN
9
Jared Cook, NO @ CAR
10
Greg Olsen, CAR vs. NO
11
Dallas Goedert, PHI @ NYG
12
O.J. Howard, TB vs. ATL
13
Jonnu Smith, TEN @ HOU
14
Noah Fant, DEN vs. OAK
15
Jack Doyle, IND @ JAX
16
Kaden Smith, NYG vs. PHI
17
Kyle Rudolph, MIN vs. CHI
18
Jacob Hollister, SEA v. SF
19
Jason Witten, DAL vs. WAS
20
Mike Gesicki, MIA @ NE
21
Jimmy Graham, GB @ DET
22
Benjamin Watson, NE vs. MIA
23
Cameron Brate, TB vs. ATL
24
Darren Fells, HOU vs. TEN
25
Tyler Eifert, CIN vs. CLE
26
Vance McDonald, PIT @ BAL
27
Dawson Knox, BUF @ NEW
28
Logan Thomas, DET vs. GB
29
Jordan Akins, HOU vs. TEN
30
Irv Smith Jr., MIN vs. CHI

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