AC's Top 10 Tight Ends

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AnteaterRaider

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Continuing with my lists

1. Antonio Gates
Last year he truly asserted himself as the best in the game
2. Tony Gonzalez
He's slowing down but ignore him at your own risk
3. Jeremy Shockey
He's staying healthy and is becoming the deadly threat he was supposed to be
4. Alge Crumpler
The only reliable receiver that Vick had for a long time
5. Randy McMichael
The wife beater will beat the man covering him as often
6. Todd Heap
Incredibly talented but hampered by injuries and bad QB play
7. Heath Miller
Became the big TE threat Big Ben really needed; played incredibly well his first year
8. Jason Whitten
Role has diminished immensely and has not improved much in blocking but is still a receiving threat
9. Jerramy Stevens
Mouth too big for his talent but not by much
10. Dallas Clark
Very reliable check down option for Manning but a very small role player because of the triple threat at WR

Belongs on the list
Chris Cooley - PUt him at fullback because Redskins rotate him in there as well but he plays alot of TE as well.
Marcus Pollard - Still talented and plays well but went to a bad QB situation
LJ Smith - I'm a big fan of his and he's incredibly reliable

Falling
Jeb Putzier - Will be reliable option for Carr but has become a tackling dummy
Stephen Alexander - I don't need to go into detail

Might be on this list soon
Vernon Davis - I don't think that highly of him but I might be proven wrong
Zach Hilton - Brees will like this Gates' sized target
Ben Watson - played better last year, on the verge of breaking out