Graham caught just four passes for 45 yards, but he saved his day with a touchdown. It'll be a more Graham-like performance this week.
All of Cook's tools were on display against the Cardinals. He's a top-five tight end in the making.
Olsen led the Panthers with 10 targets and caught five passes for 56 yards. He'll find the end zone for the first time this season on Sunday.
Daniels had a huge night, catching five passes for 67 yards and two touchdowns and displaying some nifty footwork in picking up yards after the catch. He'll keep it rolling this week.
Davis had a huge day against the Packers, catching six passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns. He lined up as a tight end and wide receiver, and the 49ers really did a great job getting him in favorable matchups. He's going to be a beast all year long.
Myers caught seven passes for 66 yards and a touchdown. I like this matchup for him.
Like teammate Jermaine Gresham, Eifert caught all five targets he had from Andy Dalton, totaling 47 yards. I'd rather own him than Gresham, but I'd rather own about 14 other tight ends than either of them.
Celek only had three targets, though he was able to convert that into 56 yards. He'll get into the end zone again this week.
Gates had two catches for 49 yards against the Texans. He has been pushed out of the starting ranks at the fantasy tight end position.
Cameron justified all the preseason hype, catching nine passes for 108 yards and a touchdown. He should be counted on as a weekly starter.
Finley had eight targets against the 49ers, catching five of them for 56 yards and a touchdown. He had one bad drop, but that comes with the territory.
Witten caught eight passes for 70 yards and two touchdowns, starting 2013 where 2012 ended. The Chiefs will manage to keep him out of the end zone this week.
Bennett showed off his hand strength on his first-quarter touchdown catch, and finished the day with three receptions for 49 yards, including the score. He's a weekly starter at the deep tight end position.
Gonzalez caught three of the six passes thrown his way for 36 yards and a touchdown last week. An effective pass-catching back like Steven Jackson could eat into his targets all year long, even though Jackson did have a bad drop at the goal line last week.
Thomas put the entire league on notice to start the 2013 season, scoring the Broncos first touchdown and finishing the night with five catches for 110 yards and two touchdowns. He could be a breakout star.
Winslow stormed back on the scene last week, catching seven passes for 79 yards and a touchdown. There are still too many good options at tight end to turn to him.
Clay caught five of the six balls thrown his way last week, racking up 54 yards. He still isn't a viable fantasy option, but keep an eye on him for bye-week possibilities.
Chandler caught four of the six passes thrown his way for 38 yards last week. He cannot be trusted as a starter with all the superior options at tight end.
Davis had just two catches on four targets. Vernon Davis had a big day against the Packers, but Fred is not Vernon Davis.
He had a few ugly drops, but Clark finished last week's game with seven receptions for 87 yards. He'll have to show that's legit before he can be recommended for fantasy ownership.
Walker caught three passes for 40 yards and also put the ball on the ground once, though the Titans recovered. He won't do much against the Texans.
Rudolph had just two catches for 27 yards last week, and with all the options at tight end, it's hard to trust a guy who catches passes from Christian Ponder.
Pettigrew seems lke he should be more of a fantasy weapon playing in this offense, but he just doesn't get the necessary targets.
Hoomanawanui will serve as the Patriots starting tight end, but if he's your starting tight end, you need to find a league that has fewer than 30 teams.
Miller had three catches for 42 yards, but you don't want to start him this week. The 49ers linebackers present him with a challenging matchup.
Allen's status was up in the air last week, but he was able to play and caught one pass, a 20-yard touchdown. He could crack the top 15 at a very deep position, but shouldn't be thought of as a starter quite yet.
Gresham caught all five balls thrown his way, piling up 35 yards. With Tyler Eifert playing alongside him, it's hard to justify having him on your roster.
After all that preseason hype, Sudfeld had exactly one target last week. Now he's dealing with a hamstring injury. You can feel free to cut him.
Fasano had just two catches for eight yards against the Jaguars. He won't tick up much from that this week.
Fleener had just one target last week, and has clearly taken a backseat to Dwayne Allen. He should not be owned.
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