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The Eagles' decision to trade Zach Ertz last week might have exposed two starting-caliber tight ends to the Fantasy pool, because neither he nor Dallas Goedert were really must-start players playing alongside each other. However, Goedert now moves way up the rankings to No. 5 for me, while Ertz is in the top 12 -- though Goedert does still need to be cleared from the COVID list, while I have questions about how Ertz will find targets in such a crowded Cardinals passing game. 

I think the list of players I feel good about starting at tight end probably goes eight deep right now, and the next four look like pretty solid options right now, too. The position isn't deep, but it might actually be the deepest it has been this season.   

Here are my tight end rankings for Week 7. To see the rankings of Jamey Eisenberg, Dave Richard, and Heath Cummings, make sure you head here. We'll be updating this throughout the week with new notes and rankings as we get news and the rankings get tweaked, so make sure you bookmark the page.

Week 7 TE Rankings

  1. Travis Kelce @ TEN
  2. Mark Andrews vs. CIN
  3. Dallas Goedert @ LV
  4. Kyle Pitts @ MIA
  5. T.J. Hockenson @ LAR
  6. Mike Gesicki vs. ATL
  7. Darren Waller vs. PHI
  8. Hunter Henry vs. NYJ
  9. Ricky Seals-Jones @ GB
  10. Tyler Higbee vs. DET
  11. Zach Ertz vs. HOU
  12. Evan Engram vs. CAR
  13. Cole Kmet @ TB
  14. Jonnu Smith vs. NYJ
  15. Kyle Rudolph vs. CAR
  16. Robert Tonyan vs. WAS
  17. Mo Alie-Cox @ SF
  18. Cameron Brate vs. CHI
  19. Jack Doyle @ SF
  20. C.J. Uzomah @ BAL
  21. Anthony Firkser vs. KC

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