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Fantasy football playoffs: Wild Card rankings

PPR rankings for the opening round of the NFL postseason
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Tight End

1) Jimmy Graham - Saints

2) Vernon Davis - 49ers

3) Coby Fleener - Colts

4) Zach Ertz - Eagles

5) Antonio Gates - Chargers

6) Andrew Quarless - Packers

7) Jermaine Gresham - Bengals

8) Brent Celek - Eagles

9) Anthony Fasano - Chiefs

10) Tyler Eifert - Bengals

11) Ladarius Green - Chargers

12) Sean McGrath - Chiefs

Notes: Fleener's status might seem a bit odd, especially veersus a Chiefs D that ranked fourth against fantasy TEs this season. However KC allowed four scores over its last four games and at least one TD in five of seven games. ...As always, the Eagles and Bengals use of two TEs tamps down the upside for any of the options. Cincinnati's duo also faces San Diego's fifth-ranked defense versus fantasy TEs. Ertz's random usage isn't sketchy, but Nick Foles goes his way enough and he offers more potential than the others available.


1) Phil Dawson - 49ers

2) Mason Crosby - Packers

3) Mike Nugent - Bengals

4) Alex Henery - Eagles

5) Ryan Succop - Chiefs

6) Nick Novak - Chargers

7) Shayne Graham - Saints

8) Adam Vinatieri - Colts


1) Bengals

2) Chiefs

3) Eagles

4) Packers

5) 49ers

6) Chargers

7) Saints

8) Colts

Remember to read all our columns for this week and use our Who To Start Rankings

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