Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 7 TEs
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Fantasy Football Matchup Analyzer: Week 7

This tool is not meant to be a replacement for our weekly player rankings, although matchups are taken into consideration for those as well. You shouldn't bench a stud player who has a difficult matchup or automatically start a fantasy backup who has an easy matchup. It's meant to be a helpful tool when deciding between two closely ranked players. The matchups are graded on how many fantasy points the opposing team surrendered to this position on average.

Week:

Easiest Matchups

  1. Seattle at Arizona (allows 15.2 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Luke Willson, TE2 Zach Miller
  2. New York Giants vs. Minnesota (allows 10.1 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Adrien Robinson (Out), TE2 Bear Pascoe
  3. San Diego at Jacksonville (allows 9.9 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Ladarius Green, TE2 Antonio Gates
  4. Philadelphia vs. Dallas (allows 9.5 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Zach Ertz, TE2 Brent Celek
  5. Buffalo at Miami (allows 9.1 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Scott Chandler, TE2 Lee Smith
  6. Indianapolis vs. Denver (allows 9.0 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Coby Fleener, TE2 Dwayne Allen (IR)
  7. Tampa Bay at Atlanta (allows 9.0 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Brandon Myers, TE2 Tim Wright
  8. Washington vs. Chicago (allows 9.0 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Jordan Reed (IR), TE2 Logan Paulsen
  9. Cleveland at Green Bay (allows 8.9 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Jordan Cameron (Pro), TE2 Jim Dray
  10. San Francisco at Tennessee (allows 8.8 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Vernon Davis, TE2 Vance McDonald (Pro), TE3 Garrett Celek

Toughest Matchups

  1. Cincinnati at Detroit (allows 5.8 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Tyler Eifert (Out), TE2 Alex Smith (Pro)
  2. Carolina vs. St. Louis (allows 5.9 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Greg Olsen, TE2 Ben Hartsock
  3. Houston at Kansas City (allows 6.1 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Garrett Graham (IR), TE2 Ryan Griffin (Pro)
  4. Denver at Indianapolis (allows 6.7 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Julius Thomas, TE2 Jacob Tamme (Pro), TE3 Virgil Green (Pro)
  5. Detroit vs. Cincinnati (allows 6.7 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Brandon Pettigrew (IR), TE2 Joseph Fauria
  6. Miami vs. Buffalo (allows 6.8 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Charles Clay, TE2 Dustin Keller (IR), TE3 Dion Sims
  7. Dallas at Philadelphia (allows 7.0 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Jason Witten, TE2 Gavin Escobar, TE3 James Hanna
  8. Jacksonville vs. San Diego (allows 7.3 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Marcedes Lewis, TE2 Clay Harbor
  9. Pittsburgh vs. Baltimore (allows 7.3 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Heath Miller
  10. Baltimore at Pittsburgh (allows 7.6 points per game to TEs)
    TE1 Dennis Pitta
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