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Underdog Best Ball Tight End Rankings (1-50)

NFL experts Sean Koerner and Chris Raybon are bringing their fantasy football rankings to FantasyLabs this summer. Get a sneak peek below with Koerner’s 2024 Underdog Fantasy tight end rankings for the best ball designs!

Koerner’s 2024 tight end rankings Underdog ADP
1. Travis Kelce TE2
2. Sam LaPorta TE1
3. Mark Andrews TE4
4. Trey McBride TE3
5. Evan Engram TE8
6.Kyle Pitts TE6
7. George Kittel T7
8. Dalton Kincaid TE5
9. TJ Hockenson TE14
10. David Njoku TE10
11. Jake Ferguson TE11
12. Dallas Goedert TE12
13. Brock Bowers TE9
14. Dalton Schultz TE13
22. Pat Freiermurth TE16
16. Cole Kmet TE15
17. Chig Okonkwo TE25
18. Hunter Henry TE20
19. Cade Oton TE19
20. Juwan Johnson TE23
21.Tyler Conklin TE24
22. Lucas Musgrave TE17
23. Noah Fant TE26
24.Greg Dulcich TE39
25. Zach Ertz TE30
26. Taysom Hill TE36
27. Isaiah Probably TE21
28. Mike Gesicki TE27
29. Tucker Kraft Paper TE28
30. Colby Parkinson TE39
31.Dawson Knox TE36
32. Jonnu Smith TE22
33.Hayden Hurst TE42
34. Tyler Higbee TE52
35. Daniel Bellinger TE47
36. Will dissly TE41
37. Theo Johnson TE53
38. Noah Gray TE49
39. Kylen Granson TE43
40. Ja’Tavion Sanders TE29
41. Ben Sinnott TE31
42. Will Mallory TE56
43. Michael Mayer TE18
44.Austin Hooper TE60
45. Gerald Everett TE35
46. ​​​​Durham Smythe TE50
47. Adam Trautman TE55
48. Logan Thomas TE38
49. Jelani Woods TE46
50. Jeremy Ruckert TE66

Editor’s Note: These 2024 Underdog Fantasy tight end rankings and ADP are accurate as of Friday, May 3. Use Underdog promo code LABS for a 100% deposit up to $100 for the best ball season.

Underdog Fantasy Tight final values ​​for the best ball

Hockenson tore his ACL/MCL at the end of December last season, meaning he is in a race against time to be ready for Week 1. I think his current ADP assumes he will miss at least 1-2 games and possibly season will open on the PUP. However, he is reportedly ahead of schedule in rehab and it appears the odds of him being ready for Week 1 have increased slightly. It makes sense to roll the dice on him when his stock could be at an all-time low this offseason, assuming he continues to avoid setbacks.

After a promising rookie season, Okonkwo was a popular TE1/2 sleeper last year. He struggled early in the season and was the TE35 Week 1-7. However, when Will Levis was under center in weeks 8 through 15, Okonkwo was the TE25. I think he’s a potential buy-low candidate as the Titans will likely be much heavier in the post-Derrick Henry era. Backup Josh Whyle should see enough playing time to make Chig a fairly volatile fantasy option in traditional fantasy leagues, but his big play upside gives him a boost in the best ball formats.

Dulcich’s 2023 season was wiped out due to a foot injury and he was only able to appear in two games. It’s unclear how he would have fit into Sean Payton’s plan, but with Jerry Jeudy no longer with the team, we could see Dulchich, who is more of a pass-catching TE option, get more playing time. His lead will likely be limited over rookie QB Bo Nix, but I think he’s worth the gamble in the TE36 range.

It seems likely that Darren Waller will announce his retirement soon, which is why the Giants selected Johnson in the 4th round. He is perhaps the most athletic TE in this year’s class and struggles as a blocker, so he would be the logical replacement for Darren Waller. I expect his ADP to skyrocket if/when Waller’s retirement is made official (it’s still not 100%), so this would be the perfect time to invest in the rookie TE.

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