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Tight end PPR rankings for Week 14 fantasy football

We take you through some of the best PPR tight ends going in Week 14 for fantasy football, including a few viable streamers.

Darren Waller of the Las Vegas Raiders carries the ball as Ashtyn Davis of the New York Jets gives chase during the second half at MetLife Stadium on December 06, 2020 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Final injury report

Kyle Rudolph is doubtful, while Irv Smith Jr. is questionable. If Smith can play, he becomes a decent fantasy play as long as Rudolph is out.

Austin Hooper didn’t practice on Friday, but with a Monday night game, he still has time to be ready to go.

Jonnu Smith is off the injury report and ready to go against the Jaguars.

Out: Jace Sternberger (concussion)
Doubtful: Kyle Rudolph (foot)
Questionable: Irv Smith Jr. (back), Tyler Eifert (shoulder), Ian Thomas (knee)

Thursday injury report

Jonnu Smith practiced in full on Thursday and should return against the Jaguars.

Irv Smith returned to a limited practice, while Kyle Rudolph missed his second practice. Smith is on track to return while Rudolph will need to practice Friday.

DNP: Jace Sternberger (concussion), Marcedes Lewis (knee), Kyle Rudolph (foot)
Limited: Hayden Hurst (ankle), Irv Smith (back)
Full: Jonnu Smith (knee)

Wednesday injury report

Irv Smith continues to miss practice while his counterpart, Kyle Rudolph, was out with an foot injury.

Jonnu Smith was limited in practice on Wednesday, which is a good sign after not practicing at all last week.

Mark Andrews is off the Covid-19 list and should be able to play this week against the Browns.

DNP: Jace Sternberger (concussion), Kyle Rudolph (foot), Irv Smith Jr. (back)
Limited: Marcedes Lewis (knee), Jonnu Smith (knee),
Full: N/A

Week 14 released Darren Waller on the Jets and it was not pretty for the winless New Yorkers. Waller swamped the Jets for 13 receptions, 200 yards and two touchdowns for 45 PPR points. Even Travis Kelce’s 8/136/1 line had no chance against that statement game. Waller has been somewhat inconsistent, but there’s no doubt that he has proven himself as an elite fantasy tight end.

Logan Thomas had his coming out party against the Steelers on Monday afternoon. His nine receptions for 98 yards and a touchdown was by far his best game on the season, as he had topped sixty yards just twice this season, with nine games under 42 yards. We’ll see if this breakout is something that brings them confidence to keep giving him the kinds of opportunities he needs to be a consistent fantasy producer.

Injury news

Mark Andrews is still on the Covid list, missing the last two games. Hopefully he can be activated before the Ravens face the Browns on Monday night.

Bye weeks

There are no teams on bye in Week 14.

Streaming options

Cole Kmet, Bears

Kmet found the end zone last week after taking over the lead role from Jimmy Graham. He had seven targets, catching five for 37 yards and the touchdown. He gets an advantageous matchup with the Texans this week, and should be in line for another good workload now that he has the lead role.

Jordan Reed, 49ers

Reed will take on his old team as Washington comes to town. Reed ended up finding the end zone on Monday night and will continue to be a strong target for Nick Mullens as long as George Kittle remains out.

Tight end PPR rankings for Week 4

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