Dynasty TE Rankings and Tiers

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The list below will give you a good idea where TEs should be ranked value-wise in relation to one another. When drafting and trading, the goal should be to only consider players within the same tier. Generally speaking, managers looking for value will lean toward the younger players within the same tier. And teams looking to compete should generally lean toward older more established players. Tier one provides a good example. If I am looking to give my team an edge this season, I may look to move Hockenson for Kelce. I would do the reverse if I were looking to build value.

Player rankings for other TE Premium settings: 2.0 PPR TE Premium Superflex Dynasty Rankings, 1.5 PPR TE Premium Superflex Dynasty Rankings

RankingPlayer NameTierAge
1Travis Kelce134
2Mark Andrews128
3T.J. Hockenson126
4Kyle Pitts223
5Sam LaPorta222
6Dalton Kincaid224
7George Kittle330
8Dallas Goedert428
9Pat Freiermuth525
10Luke Musgrave523
11Darren Waller531
12Evan Engram529
13Michael Mayer522
14Hunter Henry528
15David Njoku527
16Jake Ferguson624
17Cole Kmet625
18Chigoziem Okonkwo724
19Greg Dulcich723
20Trey McBride723
21Isaiah Likely723
22Dalton Schultz727
23Dawson Knox727
24Luke Schoonmaker725
25Juwan Johnson727
26Tyler Higbee730
27Cade Otton724
28Hayden Hurst730
29Gerald Everett729
30Daniel Bellinger723
31Zach Ertz733
32Darnell Washington722
33Noah Fant725
34Irv Smith Jr.725
35Noah Gray724
36Jelani Woods725
37Mike Gesicki728
38Adam Trautman826
39Tucker Kraft823
40Cole Turner923
41Durham Smythe928
42Taysom Hill933
43Donald Parham926
44Kylen Granson925
45Logan Thomas932
46Tyler Conklin928
47Brenton Strange922
48Harrison Bryant925

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