The field is a bit watered down this week, but there are still plenty of decent tight end options available.
If you are needy at the position -- or are looking for a streaming option -- check out my top waiver wire add/drops for Week 9.
Here are my top 20 options at the position this week.
TOP 20 WEEK 10 RANKINGS BELOW
Ertz is my top tight end option this week. He is facing the Dallas Cowboys in what I expect to be a tight NFC East matchup. Ertz has either scored a touchdown and/or gone for at least 100 receiving yards in five consecutive games. He should not leave your starting lineup down the stretch.
Olsen is my No. 3 option at tight end this week. The Carolina Panthers star has a matchup against the Pittsburgh Steelers, a unit allowing the fifth-most fantasy points per game to opposing wide receivers. Olsen has also scored a touchdown in three consecutive games. He has a great shot at increasing that streak to four games against this secondary.
Reed is my No. 10 option at tight end this week. The Washington Redskins veteran only has one score on the season, but should find plenty of space in Week 10 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a unit allowing the most fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends. Start Reed in any size league if that league requires staring a tight end.
Austin Hooper is a stream-worthy option at tight end in Week 10. The Atlanta Falcons pass-catcher has only reached the end zone twice in 2018, but could find it again against the Cleveland Browns, a defense allowing the 10th-most fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends.
Steelers tight end Vance McDonald is my No. 13 option at tight end and should only be used if you are in a deeper league that requires starting the position. McDonald has at least three catches in three consecutive games. He should find some production in this matchup against the Panthers, a unit allowing the second-most fantasy points per game to opposing tight ends.
|1||Zach Ertz||Philadelphia Eagles||vs. DAL|
|2||Travis Kelce||Kansas City Chiefs||vs. AZ|
|3||Greg Olsen||Carolina Panthers||at PIT|
|4||O.J. Howard||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||vs. WAS|
|5||Jimmy Graham||Green Bay Packers||vs. MIA|
|6||George Kittle||San Francisco 49ers||vs. NYG|
|7||Rob Gronkowski||New England Patriots||at TEN|
|8||David Njoku||Cleveland Browns||vs. ATL|
|9||Jack Doyle||Indianapolis Colts||vs. JAX|
|10||Jordan Reed||Washington Redskins||at TB|
|11||Austin Hooper||Atlanta Falcons||at CLE|
|12||Trey Burton||Chicago Bears||vs. DET|
|13||Vance McDonald||Pittsburgh Steelers||vs. CAR|
|14||Jared Cook||Oakland Raiders||vs. LAC|
|15||Benjamin Watson||New Orleans Saints||at CIN|
|16||Eric Ebron||Indianapolis Colts||vs. JAX|
|17||Evan Engram||New York Giants||at SF|
|18||Nick Vannett||Seattle Seahawks||at LAR|
|19||C.J. Uzomah||Cincinnati Bengals||vs. NO|
|20||Jonnu Smith||Tennessee Titans||vs. NE|
New Orleans Saints veteran Benjamin Watson is a dart throw at tight end this week. He is my No. 15 option at the position for Week 10. He has scored in two of his last three games and could get his third touchdown of the season against the Cincinnati Bengals, a defense allowing the third-most fantasy points to opposing tight ends.