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Tight end PPR rankings for Week 11 fantasy football

We take you through some of the best PPR tight ends going in Week 11 for fantasy football, including a few viable streamers.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph and tight end Eric Ebron react leaving the field after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals at Heinz Field. The Steelers won 36-10. Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Friday injury report

T.J. Hockenson was taken off the injury report and is good to go against the Panthers. He should have plenty of work with Kenny Golladay and Danny Amendola out.

Robert Tonyan has been taken off the injury report and is ready to face the Colts.

Irv Smith Jr. is questionable to face the Cowboys after getting limited practices this week.

Noah Fant is questionable with a rib injury to face the Dolphins.

Mo Alie-Cox was taken off the injury list and appears to be healthy for the first time in a while. Jack Doyle is also questionable with a concussion, but appears close to being cleared. All three of the Colts tight ends may be healthy for their matchup with the Packers.

Out: Josh Hill (concussion), James O’Shaughnessy (knee), MyCole Pruitt (knee)
Doubtful:
Questionable: Irv Smith (groin), Chris Manhertz (shoulder), Jack Doyle (concussion), Noah Togiai (knee), Noah Fant (ribs), Ryan Izzo (hamstring, hand)

Thursday injury report

Irv Smith Jr. returned to practice, giving him a chance to play this week.

Robert Tonyan continues to be limited, but will likely suit up this week.

Jack Doyle still needs to be cleared of his concussion, but he did get a full practice in and should return.

DNP: Josh Hill (concussion), Marcedes Lewis (knee), James O’Shaughnessy (knee), MyCole Pruitt (knee)
Limited: Irv Smith (groin), T.J. Hockenson (toe), Chris Manhertz (shoulder), Robert Tonyan (ankle), Mo Alie-Cox (knee), Noah Fant (ribs), Ryan Izzo (hamstring, hand), Tyler Eifert (shoulder)
Full: Jack Doyle (concussion), Darren Waller (back), Durham Smythe (knee)

Wednesday injury report

The big absence is Noah Fant with a rib injury. It’s a new injury as he was dealing with an ankle issue last week.

Irv Smith missed last week’s game with a groin injury, so it is good to see him back even if it’s only in limited fashion. He was a DNP all last week.

DNP: Josh Hill (concussion), Jack Doyle (concussion), Noah Fant (ribs), James O’Shaughnessy (knee), MyCole Pruitt (knee)
Limited: Irv Smith (groin), T.J. Hockenson (toe), Chris Manhertz (shoulder), Mo Alie-Cox (knee)
Full: Darren Waller (back), Durham Smythe (knee)

Mark Andrews was your PPR TE1 last week with seven receptions for 61 yards. That is some depressing news for the state of the tight end position. At least this week Travis Kelce returns, but there’s no doubt that we are in dark times at the position. Cameron Brate, Pharaoh Brown, Richard Rodgers, Durham Smythe, Dan Arnold and Colin Thompson were all players who would have given you better finishes than Darren Waller, Dallas Goedert, Mike Gesicki, Eric Ebron, Noah Fant, Evan Engram and the list goes on and on.

Injury news

Zach Ertz has been designated to return, but he’ll still need to be activated to play this week.

Nick Boyle has been put on I.R. which might help Mark Andrews see a couple more targets moving forward.

Bye weeks

San Francisco 49ers, New York Giants, Chicago Bears, Buffalo Bills

Streaming options

Eric Ebron, Pittsburgh Steelers

Playing the Jaguars is always a good time to spread the ball around and Ebron could benefit. On the season, Jacksonville has allowed the third-most fantasy points to tight ends.

Hayden Hurst, Atlanta Falcons

The Saints have given up the most targets per game to tight ends and the sixth-most PPR fantasy points to tight ends on the season. Hurst has hit double-digit PPR points in his last four games, and even with Calvin Ridley likely back, I like his floor in this matchup.

Tight end PPR rankings for Week 3

Rk Name Team Opp
Rk Name Team Opp
1 Travis Kelce KC vs LAC
2 Darren Waller LV vs MIA
3 T.J. Hockenson DET vs BAL
4 George Kittle SF vs GB
5 Mark Andrews BAL @ DET
6 Kyle Pitts ATL @ NYG
7 Rob Gronkowski TB @ LAR
8 Noah Fant DEN vs NYJ
9 Robert Tonyan GB @ SF
10 Logan Thomas WAS @ BUF
11 Dallas Goedert PHI @ DAL
12 Tyler Higbee LAR vs TB
13 Jared Cook LAC @ KC
14 Jonnu Smith NE vs NO
15 Juwan Johnson NO @ NE
16 Austin Hooper CLE vs CHI
17 Hunter Henry NE vs NO
18 Cole Kmet CHI @ CLE
19 Blake Jarwin DAL vs PHI
20 Mike Gesicki MIA @ LV
21 Gerald Everett SEA @ MIN
22 Dalton Schultz DAL vs PHI
23 Tyler Conklin MIN vs SEA
24 Dawson Knox BUF vs WAS
25 Dan Arnold CAR @ HOU
26 Jack Doyle IND @ TEN
27 David Njoku CLE vs CHI
28 Pat Freiermuth PIT vs CIN
29 Eric Ebron PIT vs CIN
30 Kyle Rudolph NYG vs ATL
31 Hayden Hurst ATL @ NYG
32 Tyler Kroft NYJ @ DEN
33 Adam Trautman NO @ NE
34 Albert Okwuegbunam DEN vs NYJ
35 Anthony Firkser TEN vs IND
36 Zach Ertz PHI @ DAL
37 C.J. Uzomah CIN @ PIT
38 Maxx Williams ARI @ JAC
39 Harrison Bryant CLE vs CHI
40 Jordan Akins HOU vs CAR
41 Chris Manhertz JAC vs ARI
42 O.J. Howard TB @ LAR
43 Foster Moreau LV vs MIA
44 Jimmy Graham CHI @ CLE
45 Pharaoh Brown HOU vs CAR
46 Ian Thomas CAR @ HOU
47 Geoff Swaim TEN vs IND
48 Mo Alie-Cox IND @ TEN
49 Kaden Smith NYG vs ATL
50 Will Dissly SEA @ MIN
51 Ryan Griffin NYJ @ DEN
52 Donald Parham Jr. LAC @ KC
53 Chris Herndon IV MIN vs SEA
54 Derek Carrier LV vs MIA
55 Cameron Brate TB @ LAR
56 Ricky Seals-Jones WAS @ BUF
57 Josh Oliver BAL @ DET
58 Marcedes Lewis GB @ SF
59 MyCole Pruitt TEN vs IND
60 Tommy Hudson TEN vs IND
61 Blake Bell KC vs LAC
62 Durham Smythe MIA @ LV
63 Ross Dwelley SF vs GB
64 Darrell Daniels ARI @ JAC
65 Kylen Granson IND @ TEN
66 Lee Smith ATL @ NYG
67 Luke Farrell JAC vs ARI
68 Eric Saubert DEN vs NYJ
69 Cethan Carter MIA @ LV
70 Darren Fells DET vs BAL
71 Jack Stoll PHI @ DAL
72 Drew Sample CIN @ PIT
73 Evan Engram NYG vs ATL
74 James O'Shaughnessy JAC vs ARI
75 Hunter Long MIA @ LV