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Madden 18 Best TE Player Ratings Guide

The full Madden 18 player rankings are here, and we've highlighted all the best players at each and every position.

Guide by Hirun Cryer, .

In this Madden 18 guide, we'll be running down the complete Madden 18 TE ratings, ranking each individual player at the position from best to worst, in order to highlight who you should be on the lookout for, when the game eventually launches at the end of August.

If you need a complete list of other player ratings by position in this iteration of Madden, head over to our Madden 18 player ratings guide hub, featuring a complete breakdown of the top players at every position across the field.

The tight end can be something of an underutilised position in Madden, but if used correctly, a tight end can be the key to victory. Tight ends can line up virtually anywhere in a formation, either blocking on a running play, or catching the ball out of the backfield. The position therefore requires dexterity, in order to successfully block and catch for the offense.

Madden 18 Best TE Ratings Guide

In the guide just below, we'll be listing the best Madden 18 tight ends by overall ranking, starting from the best and descending from there. Below each player, you'll find a list of stats released for each player so far by EA, which we'll be updating whenever we know more.

  • Rob Gronkowski - 98 OVR
    • 93 AWR
    • 83 SPD
    • 88 ACC
    • 85 AGI
    • 85 STR
  • Travis Kelce - 94 OVR
    • 93 AWR
    • 85 SPD
    • 88 ACC
    • 87 AGI
    • 79 STR
  • Delanie Walker - 93 OVR
    • 94 AWR
    • 85 SPD
    • 84 ACC
    • 84 AGI
    • 78 STR
  • Jimmy Graham - 93 OVR
    • 90 AWR
    • 85 SPD
    • 90 ACC
    • 87 AGI
    • 74 STR
    As always, catching ability is key in Madden 18.
  • Greg Olsen - 92 OVR
    • 98 AWR
    • 85 SPD
    • 87 ACC
    • 83 AGI
    • 67 STR
  • Jordan Reed - 91 OVR
    • 96 AWR
    • 86 SPD
    • 88 ACC
    • 87 AGI
    • 64 STR
  • Tyler Eifert - 91 OVR
    • 88 AWR
    • 84 SPD
    • 87 ACC
    • 85 AGI
    • 71 STR
  • Jason Witten - 90 OVR
    • 96 AWR
    • 77 SPD
    • 81 ACC
    • 78 AGI
    • 79 STR
  • Martellus Bennett - 89 OVR
    • 86 AWR
    • 79 SPD
    • 89 ACC
    • 82 AGI
    • 79 STR
    You'll have to fight for every airborne ball in Madden 18.
  • Antonio Gates - 87 OVR
    • 90 AWR
    • 77 SPD
    • 83 ACC
    • 80 AGI
    • 63 STR
  • Charles Clay - 86 OVR
    • 77 AWR
    • 83 SPD
    • 90 ACC
    • 81 AGI
    • 74 STR
  • Zach Miller - 86 OVR
    • 82 AWR
    • 85 SPD
    • 89 ACC
    • 81 AGI
    • 71 STR
  • Jared Cook - 85 OVR
    • 83 AWR
    • 86 SPD
    • 91 ACC
    • 84 AGI
    • 67 STR
  • Kyle Rudolph - 85 OVR
    • 89 AWR
    • 77 SPD
    • 85 ACC
    • 81 AGI
    • 75 STR
  • Zach Ertz - 85 OVR
    • 88 AWR
    • 80 SPD
    • 87 ACC
    • 82 AGI
    • 73 STR
  • Anthony Fasano - 83 OVR
    • 83 AWR
    • 76 SPD
    • 79 ACC
    • 71 AGI
    • 76 STR
  • Brent Celek - 82 OVR
    • 84 AWR
    • 75 SPD
    • 84 ACC
    • 74 AGI
    • 72 STR

As usual in each iteration in Madden, the amount of tight ends that are worthwhile are a fairly slim bunch, as there's a huge drop off in ability from the likes of Rob Gronkowski and Travis Kelce, down to Jordan Reed and Jason Witten.

Nonetheless, these are all the best Madden 18 TEs, ranked from best to worst based on their overall skill level. For more information on the game, including a release date, platforms, and the brand new Longshot story mode, be sure to check out our Madden 18 everything we know roundup.

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