Best Projected NFL Fantasy Tight Ends of 2017

Tight Ends there aren't that many really great ones, but maybe there might be some that fly a little too low. These guys can catch pretty good, but they may more less be more of blocking, and that's not what you want in terms of fantasy. I say go for these guys.
The Top Ten
1 Jordan Reed Jordan M. Reed is an American football tight end for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League.

Of all the Tight Ends the one that stands the most tall is Jordan Reed why? Cosuins's go to guy well by Reed. Docston we do not know what we'll see outta him, will Pryor be a one hit wonder or not? Is there anybody else that can step up to the plate for Washington (aside maybe Crowder)? Point is Reed would be a top TE on the board, and while he has a history of getting hurt I'd be willing he'll be just fine this year.

2 Rob Gronkowski Robert Paxton Gronkowski, nicknamed "Gronk," is an American football tight end for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the National Football League. After retiring at the end of the 2018 NFL Season, Gronkowski came out of retirement to play with former Patriots teammate Tom Brady for the 2020 NFL season.

Gronk is beast, but the wrath of the madden cursed striked, and he did not do as good as I thought he would produce in 2016, but can he comeback better than ever? My answer is this even a question? I mean I would not be surprised if people pick him so quickly that's how badly they would be locked at that position.

3 Travis Kelce Travis Michael Kelce is an American football tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League.

Of all the Tight Ends, Kelce has quite the personality, Smith's favorite weapon does get a little too insanely when refs blatantly screw up a call, and he taunt which I find awesome. Kelce's got that Gonzalez potential to go even bigger in his early career.

4 Greg Olsen Gregory Walter Olsen is an American football tight end for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League.

Newton I would not necessarily go for, McCaffrey is worth the risk, Benjamin probably not, Olsen absolutely. One of the most elite players of his position. Since joining Carolina he has put up much better number since leaving Chicago. You should see a 1,000 yards which I find amazing for a guy in his 30's still going at a high level.

5 Delanie Walker Delanie Walker is an American football tight end for the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League.

For Tight Ends, I think age does not have that bad of a factor as long as they catch look at Tony Gonzalez he still played at a high level in his 30's with Atlanta. That's what I see in Walker, and the fact his QB is Mariota you can't go wrong with that one bit. - htoutlaws2012

6 Martellus Bennett Martellus Demond Bennett is an American football tight end for the New England Patriots of the National Football League.

I always liked Martellus Bennett, he got a ring, and that's something to proud, but now I think he wants vengeance from the Bears he did not exactly get with New England. Going to Green Bay might just be the ultimate traitor you could ever pull off, and I love it lol. - htoutlaws2012

7 O.J Howard

At 6'6 Howard might just be the real deal, If Evans, and Jackson end up not working out to well then your young fresh rookie can come in, and make life impossible to cover a guy that freakishly tall that is known for catching the ball in his crimson tide days. - htoutlaws2012

8 Jared Cook Jared Cook Jr. is an American football tight end for the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League.

Coming off a great season with the Packers, Cook may just be in his prime right now slipping in the ranks which I think you can't overlook. I mean he may not get a lot of yards which is a concern, but what if he made up for it, and got crucial TD's one week then how would you feel since Derek Carr was the QB?

9 Evan Engram

At first I did not get why Tight End for Giants in the first round, but maybe he may prove me wrong more then Njoku which I would not take any chances of any Browns players than I would with a Giants player (well maybe Running back is avoidable). - htoutlaws2012

10 Benjamin Watson

His a sleeper why? You have to remember how great he was being from New England (which he did okay) to then going to New Orleans where he played great, and then signing a deal with Baltimore he got hurt that whole year which sucked since I wanted to see what would of happened, but now maybe we might. If Watson is far done the list take him do it! His not Vernon Davis, but he wants to finish his career on a high note. - htoutlaws2012

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