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2021 Fantasy Football:  Week 11 Tight End Rankings

Hunter Henry and Tyler Conklin finished as the top tight ends in Week 10, with each scoring two touchdowns.  Both continue to push their way up my ranks, and are TE1 options this week.  On the flip side, Dalton Schultz heads down my ranks this week, as Michael Gallup’s return will likely continue to cut into his volume.  There’s lots to consider this week, so let’s get to those Week 11 tight end rankings and notes.  Keep in mind, my rankings are based on half-PPR scoring.

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Week 11 Tight End Notes

Week 11 Byes:  DEN, LAR

First and foremost, there are a couple of injuries worth tracking this week:

  • Dallas Goedert left Week 10 with a head injury and is in the league’s concussion protocol.
  • Logan Thomas has a hamstring injury that has sidelined him since Week 4; it’s unclear if he’ll be able to return this week.
  • Ricky Seals-Jones suffered a hip injury and is considered day-to-day.  John Bates would likely get the start if both Washington tight ends miss time.  However, if you roster either Seals-Jones or Thomas, I’d look for other options this week.

Mike Gesicki put up a rare dud in Week 10, failing to haul in any of his seven targets.  However, he’s second on the Dolphins in targets (69) and has a nice rebound opportunity this week against the Jets.

Hunter Henry typically doesn’t see more than four targets each week, but he continues to hit pay dirt.  He’s scored a touchdown in all but one game since Week 4 and is the TE3 on the season due to his scoring ability.  Henry gets a tasty matchup this week against the Falcons on Thursday night.

Pat Freiermuth continues to soak up targets; he has 29 in the past four games, trailing only Diontae Johnson.  Freiermuth gets a favorable matchup in Week 11 against the Chargers, who have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to tight ends this season.

Dan Arnold leads the Jaguars in targets (24) over the past three weeks.  While he hasn’t scored a touchdown this season, he’s proving to be the most consistent pass-catcher on the team.  Arnold doesn’t have the easiest matchup against the 49ers, but he’s a solid floor play at an inconsistent position.

Adam Trautman has at least six targets in each of the past three games.  He’s yet to score a touchdown but has a shot this week against the Eagles, who have allowed the most touchdowns (8) to tight ends this season.

Week 11 Tight End Rankings

1Travis KelceKCDAL
2George KittleSF@JAX
3Darren WallerLVCIN
4Mark AndrewsBAL@CHI
5Mike GesickiMIA@NYJ
6Kyle PittsATLNE
7T.J. HockensonDET@CLE
8Hunter HenryNE@ATL
9Pat FreiermuthPIT@LAC
10Dawson KnoxBUFIND
11Dan ArnoldJAXSF
12Tyler ConklinMINGB
13Adam TrautmanNO@PHI
14Dallas GoedertPHINO
15Zach ErtzARI@SEA
16Dalton SchultzDAL@KC
17Evan EngramNYG@TB
18Cole KmetCHIBAL
19C.J. UzomahCIN@LV
20Geoff SwaimTENHOU
21Gerald EverettSEAARI
22Ricky Seals-JonesWAS@CAR
23David NjokuCLEDET
24Austin HooperCLEDET

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