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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 viable streamer.

Hunter Henry #85 of the New England Patriots celebrates his touchdown with Kendrick Bourne #84 during the first quarter against the Cleveland Browns at Gillette Stadium on November 14, 2021 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images

Each week in the fantasy football season continues to be a wild ride, and we’re here to get you through it. Grab your nausea bags and head with us as we take a dive through tight ends for Week 11. In case you missed some of the Week 10 action, we saw names like Tyler Conklin (last week’s TE streamer of the week here in our PPR rankings here at DraftKings Nation), Gerald Everett, Austin Hooper and Albert Okwuegbunam all showed out with top-12 finishes.

Injury news

We have yet to hear on whether Buccaneers TE Rob Gronkowski may be available in Week 11 after suffering back spasms in his first game returning from a rib/lung injury. Keep an eye on practice reports throughout the week.

Patriots TE Jonnu Smith missed Week 10 with a shoulder injury which he has been managing for much of the season. His status remains uncertain for Sunday, but in his absence, Hunter Henry enjoyed four targets — converting two of those for touchdowns. Henry’s scored a touchdown in six of the last seven games.

Dallas Goedert suffered a concussion in Week 10 and was ruled out of the game, making his status for Sunday uncertain. The Eagles TE still has time to clear the concussion protocol but if he should miss, feed DeVonta Smith.

Bye weeks

The Broncos and Rams are on bye this week, which will leave fantasy managers without TEs Noah Fant or Tyler Higbee.

Streamer of the week

Dawson Knox, Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts

Though it’s never felt like Dawson Knox held an unfillable role in the Bills defense, it’s still felt like he’s been that “little something missing” for Josh Allen in the red zone. He made his debut from injured reserve (hand) in Week 10 and saw just one target on the day, despite playing 84% of offensive snaps. He ran just 23 routes in his return to action, but look for that number to increase as he reacclimates to the game. Prior to injury, Knox had run the seventh most routes among tight ends and next up gets the Colts, allowing the sixth-most receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns to opposing TEs so far on the season.

Tight End PPR Rankings, Week 13

Rk Name Team Opp
Rk Name Team Opp
1 Travis Kelce KC vs DEN
2 Mark Andrews BAL @ PIT
3 George Kittle SF @ SEA
4 Rob Gronkowski TB @ ATL
5 Kyle Pitts ATL vs TB
6 T.J. Hockenson DET vs MIN
7 Darren Waller LV vs WAS
8 Dalton Schultz DAL @ NO
9 Dawson Knox BUF vs NE
10 Pat Freiermuth PIT vs BAL
11 Mike Gesicki MIA vs NYG
12 Dallas Goedert PHI @ NYJ
13 Zach Ertz ARI @ CHI
14 Logan Thomas WAS @ LV
15 Noah Fant DEN @ KC
16 Tyler Higbee LAR vs JAC
17 Hunter Henry NE @ BUF
18 Tyler Conklin MIN @ DET
19 Cole Kmet CHI vs ARI
20 Gerald Everett SEA vs SF
21 C.J. Uzomah CIN vs LAC
22 Jared Cook LAC @ CIN
23 Evan Engram NYG @ MIA
24 Jack Doyle IND @ HOU
25 Ryan Griffin NYJ vs PHI
26 Jonnu Smith NE @ BUF
27 Foster Moreau LV vs WAS
28 Albert Okwuegbunam DEN @ KC
29 James O'Shaughnessy JAC @ LAR
30 Brevin Jordan HOU vs IND
31 Donald Parham Jr. LAC @ CIN
32 Juwan Johnson NO vs DAL
33 Durham Smythe MIA vs NYG
34 Mo Alie-Cox IND @ HOU
35 Cameron Brate TB @ ATL
36 John Bates WAS @ LV
37 Will Dissly SEA vs SF
38 Nick Vannett NO vs DAL
39 O.J. Howard TB @ ATL
40 Kylen Granson IND @ HOU
41 Kyle Rudolph NYG @ MIA
42 Jimmy Graham CHI vs ARI
43 Chris Herndon IV MIN @ DET
44 Stephen Anderson LAC @ CIN
45 Garrett Griffin NO vs DAL
46 Charlie Woerner SF @ SEA
47 Chris Myarick NYG @ MIA
48 Pharaoh Brown HOU vs IND
49 Chris Manhertz JAC @ LAR
50 Noah Gray KC vs DEN
51 Zach Gentry PIT vs BAL
52 Tommy Sweeney BUF vs NE
53 Ross Dwelley SF @ SEA