2019 Quarterback & Tight End Fantasy Football Tiers Rankings
Maybe more than at any other position, fantasy football tiers rankings are important for quarterbacks and tight ends. You are going to be drafting a plethora of wide receivers and running backs regardless of their tiers. There isn’t going to come a point where you say during your fantasy football draft “You know what? I probably do not need or want any more running backs!” However, most redraft fantasy football rosters are only going to feature one quarterback and one tight end before the start of the season. In best ball, you will want five of the two “onesie” positions combined but likely not six of them. Top-tier quarterbacks are mostly unattainable due to their unreasonable Average Draft Position and the mid-tier of tight ends is fairly interesting this year as well (likely being a little over drafted). By organizing the “onesie” positions into tiers, it is a little easier to notice spots in your draft where you can add a quality QB or TE while not paying full sticker price for their statistics.
As always, these rankings should be used in conjunction with our written commentary and podcasts to make truly informed roster choices. The projections from which many of these rankings and tiers were based can also be found on site.