Consensus Fantasy Football Week 14 TE Rankings: Do You Need To Start George Kittle, Isaiah Likely, and Cole Kmet?

There are a ton of options to choose from for your starting fantasy lineup at the TE position in Week 14 -- who sits at the top of the rankings?

Fantasy football is coming to a close here very soon and this week will determine who continues playing or who will be done for the year! Are you prepared? To help guide you as you set your fantasy football lineups in Week 14, the PFN Fantasy Staff has put together their consensus TE rankings for you below.

Which TE Should You Start in Fantasy Football?

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1) Travis Kelce | KC (vs. BUF)
2) T.J. Hockenson | MIN (at LV)
3) Sam LaPorta | DET (at CHI)
4) George Kittle | SF (vs. SEA)
5) Dalton Kincaid | BUF (at KC)
6) Jake Ferguson | DAL (vs. PHI)
7) Evan Engram | JAX (at CLE)
8) David Njoku | CLE (vs. JAX)
9) Isaiah Likely | BAL (vs. LAR)
10) Cole Kmet | CHI (vs. DET)
11) Dallas Goedert | PHI (at DAL)
12) Pat Freiermuth | PIT (vs. NE)
13) Kyle Pitts | ATL (vs. TB)
14) Gerald Everett | LAC (vs. DEN)
15) Taysom Hill | NO (vs. CAR) (INACTIVE)
16) Cade Otton | TB (at ATL)
17) Juwan Johnson | NO (vs. CAR)
18) Brevin Jordan | HOU (at NYJ)
19) Chigoziem Okonkwo | TEN (at MIA)
20) Tyler Conklin | NYJ (vs. HOU)

21) Tucker Kraft | GB (at NYG)
22) Hunter Henry | NE (at PIT)
23) Michael Mayer | LV (vs. MIN)
24) Donald Parham Jr. | LAC (vs. DEN)
25) Tanner Hudson | CIN (vs. IND)
26) Jonnu Smith | ATL (vs. TB)
27) Dalton Schultz | HOU (at NYJ)
28) Noah Fant | SEA (at SF)
29) Daniel Bellinger | NYG (vs. GB)
30) Noah Gray | KC (vs. BUF)
31) Tyler Higbee | LAR (vs. BAL)
32) Adam Trautman | DEN (at LAC)
33) Kylen Granson | IND (at CIN)
34) Harrison Bryant | CLE (vs. JAX)
35) Durham Smythe | MIA (vs. TEN)
36) Mike Gesicki | NE (at PIT)
37) Irv Smith Jr. | CIN (vs. IND)
38) Henry Pearson | GB (at NYG)
39) Will Dissly | SEA (at SF)
40) Stephen Sullivan | CAR (at NO)

The Top TEs To Start in Week 14

Tucker Kraft, Green Bay Packers (at NYG)

Analysis by Derek Tate | The expanded role for Tucker Kraft continued against the Chiefs on Sunday night. Kraft hauled in three of his six targets for 37 yards, which is encouraging in comparison to his two receptions on just targets for 15 yards in Week 12.

It could have been an even bigger fantasy performance last week had Love simply elected to throw to the wide-open Kraft as opposed to his other TE — Ben Sims — for an easy score from one yard out.

Look for Kraft to build off of an encouraging Week 13 outing heading into their matchup against the Giants.

Gerald Everett, Los Angeles Chargers (vs. DEN)

Analysis by Jason Katz | Over the past two weeks, Gerald Everett has been about as consistent as possible. He’s played exactly 64% of the snaps in both games, caught exactly four passes, and totaled 43 and 44 receiving yards, respectively. Two weeks ago, he even scored.

Everett should be good enough for a solid six to eight fantasy points as a floor. That’s not bad for a tight end this season, but this week, there may be an actual upside.

The Denver Broncos allow 16.1 points per game to tight ends — the most in the league. Opponents know they struggle against the tight end, so they throw to the position 25.4% of the time, the third-highest rate in the league. In fact, 28.1% of the Broncos total receiving yards allowed have gone to tight ends.

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With the Chargers lacking a clear second option in the passing game behind WR Keenan Allen, for at least one week, it could be Everett.

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