I knew exactly what Graham did last week since I played him in one of my most important leagues, and I still did a double-take when I saw his stats again writing these projections. He'll have another huge day against Arizona.
Cook may have only caught one pass last week, but he had six targets. He's always going to be one of the focal points of this offense.
Seattle totally negated the San Francisco passing game, but I'm betting it gets back on track this week.
Olsen caught seven of the eight balls thrown his way last week for 84 yards and a touchdown. He looks like a top-five tight end.
Everyone is going to have a down week here and there. The good news is that Witten was still a huge part of the offense, getting eight targets last week.
Gonzalez had eight targets last week, but caught just four passes for 33 yards. With Steven Jackson out this week, the Falcons will likely lean on the passing game more than usual.
Gates was back in a big way last week, catching eight passes for 124 yards. He's still a fringe starter at the position for the rest of the season.
Clay had a huge day against the Colts, catching five passes for 109 yards and running for a 1-yard TD. The Falcons linebackers are banged up, a situation of which Clay could take advantage.
Peyton Manning targeted Thomas nine times, and the big tight end hauled in six of those for 47 yards and a score. Get him right back in there this week.
Rudolph caught three of the six passes thrown his way last week, totaling 42 yards and a score. If you own him, you shoudld be starting him every week.
Davis was a no-show again last week and now is dealing with two other tight ends in the offense.
Myers suffered a rib injury last week and was tested for a possible concussion, but it appears he'll be in there against the Panthers.
Eifert is clearly the more exmplosive tight end in Cincinnati, but both he and Jermaine Gresham will have a role -- and fantasy value -- this year.
Remember that Josh Gordon missed the first two games in which Cameron starred. He's still a weekly starter, but we'll have to see how the two of them fit together.
Daniels only caught two passes, though one of them went for a touchdown. He may be able to find the same success Julius Thomas did against the Ravens Week 1.
After another disappointing week for Pettigrew, I'm writing him off as a fantasy option this season.
Bennett is quickly becoming a favorite of Jay Cutler after catching seven passes for 76 yards and two touchdowns last week. He'll easily be a top-10 tight end this year.
After Gresham caught six of the nine balls thrown his way last week, it appears both he and Tyler Eifert will have value this season.
Winslow had just three catches for 16 yards last week, proving that he isn't worth owning given all the reliable options at tight end in today's NFL.
Miller had four targets last week, and it's hard to view him as a starter with all the options at tight end.
With Dwayne Allen out, Fleener caught four balls for 69 yards and a TD. Don't expect the same against the 49ers and their strong linebackers.
If I had to own a Washington tight end, I'd make it Reed. However, I don't have to own a Washington tight end.
Walker got just two targets last week and is not a fantasy option.
Finley is definitely back as a weekly starter, but he'll have a tough time against the Bengals.
I wouldn't trust any tight end in Philly, though Ertz caught two passes for 58 yards against the Chargers. This offense is dominated by Michael Vick, LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson.
One week later and Fasano still isn't a fantasy option.
Celek had just one target last week while fellow tight end Zach Ertz caught both balls thrown his way. Celek doesn't look like a fantasy option.
My suspicions are confirmed. Clark's targets Week 1 were totally driven by game situation. He is not a fantasy option.
Chandler caught three passes for just 10 yards, and doesn't look like much of a fantasy option.
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