Selecting which of your players to start in the right weeks will help you achieve success in the season. The Bruno Boys are here to help you with those crucial decisions, consider the tough matchups and warn you when your studs are facing defensive assignments that should temper your expectations. 

It’s playoff season now and we’re going to look to minimize the risk in our recommendations, while looking for big point potential, but still, staying in that range of the tougher decisions. Here are your Week 17 Fantasy Football Tight Ends to Start.

Mark Andrews, Baltimore Ravens vs. Cleveland Browns

It’s Super Bowl weekend for fantasy owners playing into Week 17 and those looking for a sneaky streamer might want to consider Andrews. His production and targets has been all over the board but he’s by far the most productive of the Ravens’ three-tight ends as Nick Boyle is the better blocker and Maxx Williams is still refining his skills. The Browns are giving up an average of 6.3 receptions per game to the position and those are marks you’ll take in a PPR league. Opposing teams are also targeting their tight ends 9.0 times against the Browns, which is the highest of any team. So given the high risk of Andrews, this would be a calculated play.