2015 Tight End Fantasy Points per Target

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Below you can find how many fantasy points (PPR) per target qualifying tight ends scored in 2015. To make the cut, a tight end must have seen at least 50 targets on the season.

Again, this data is not inherently predictive — but it is a fun barometer of how efficient a fantasy player is.

The average fantasy points per target scored among the sample of 28 tight ends was 1.69.

The nine tight ends that saw 100-plus targets averaged 1.84 PPR points per target.

Here’s the full list:

Rk Name FPs/Tgt
1 Tyler Eifert 2.59
2 Jordan Reed 2.18
3 Rob Gronkowski 2.13
4 Gary Barnidge 1.90
5 Eric Ebron 1.87
6 Greg Olsen 1.85
7 Richard Rodgers 1.85
8 Travis Kelce 1.84
9 Delanie Walker 1.80
10 Kyle Rudolph 1.76
11 Antonio Gates 1.75
12 Ben Watson 1.75
13 Will Tye 1.72
14 Ladarius Green 1.65
15 Jimmy Graham 1.63
16 Jacob Tamme 1.61
17 Jason Witten 1.60
18 Charles Clay 1.58
19 Clive Walford 1.58
20 Heath Miller 1.55
21 Zach Ertz 1.54
22 Julius Thomas 1.52
23 Owen Daniels 1.50
24 Coby Fleener 1.44
25 Martellus Bennett 1.44
26 Vernon Davis 1.34
27 Jordan Cameron 1.31
28 Jared Cook 1.16
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