There are just two more rounds of games remaining in the NFL playoffs, meaning that the fantasy football options are becoming more limited. In our TE rankings for the Conference Championships, we take a look at the remaining options to see which ones are the most reliable for your fantasy lineups and who might prove to be too risky.
Conference Championships Fantasy Football TE Rankings
The below rankings are intended as a guide for half-PPR formats. They do not take into account individual league rules and setups. These rankings can be utilized when making decisions in various different formats, including Underdog Fantasy Best Ball leagues.
1. Travis Kelce | KC vs. CIN
2. George Kittle | SF @ PHI
3. Dallas Goedert | PHI vs. SF
4. Hayden Hurst | CIN @ KC
5. Noah Gray | KC vs. CIN
6. Tyler Kroft | SF @ PHI
It’s no real surprise to see Travis Kelce and George Kittle atop the list. Kelce is coming off a game that saw him targeted 17 times. His target share was a touch under 50%, which makes him one of the safest options to consider, especially given he’s also seen work around the goal line.
Kittle is a clear step below, having been targeted just seven times in the last two weeks. He still has an intriguing ceiling, but Kittle’s floor is significantly lower than Kelce’s.
Dallas Goedert returned good numbers in a friendly matchup against the New York Giants. He found the end zone, pulling in all five of his targets for 58 yards. He now faces a matchup with the San Francisco 49ers, who allowed Dalton Schultz to score but held him to just 27 yards on five receptions.
Hayden Hurst is coming off a week where he scored a touchdown. He has 17 targets in the last three games but has been far from consistent. As the cheapest option of the main tight ends available across the formats this week, Hurst is the ultimate upside play if you want to try and get the best return for the lowest price.