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Updated TE Half PPR Rankings For Your Next Fantasy Draft

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Fantasy football draft season is in full swing. And with the constant stream of news in the final run-up to Week 1, you want the most up-to-date resources for your drafts.

Thankfully, our trio of fantasy football rankers — including Sean Koerner, who was named the No. 1 draft ranker of 2019 by FantasyPros — are constantly updating their rankings for the 2020 NFL season so you can draft with confidence.

Below you’ll find their consensus top 12 tight ends for half PPR leagues as of Sunday morning, but you can access their full rankings across every position and format with our 2020 Fantasy Football Draft Kit — a tool you can also use to generate custom cheat sheets based on your league’s settings and peruse their season-long stat projections for hundreds of players.

The Draft Kit will also grant you access to our experts’ weekly in-season rankings once it kicks off.

Here’s some more information about our trio of rankers before we dive into their rankings:

  • Sean Koerner was FantasyPros’ No. 1 fantasy football draft ranker of 2019, has finished as their top in-season ranker in three of the past five seasons and is The Action Network’s Director of Predictive Analytics.
  • Chris Raybon was the fourth-most accurate FantasyPros’ ranker of 2019 and has watched every NFL snap since 2010.
  • Matthew Freedman is the Editor-in-Chief of FantasyLabs and was the sixth-most accurate FantasyPros ranker in 2017.

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TE Half PPR Rankings

Rank Player Team
1 Travis Kelce Chiefs
2 George Kittle 49ers
3 Mark Andrews Ravens
4 Zach Ertz Eagles
5 Darren Waller Raiders
6 Evan Engram Giants
7 Tyler Higbee Rams
8 Hayden Hurst Falcons
9 Hunter Henry Chargers
10 Rob Gronkowski Buccaneers
11 Noah Fant Broncos
12 Dallas Goedert Eagles

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