There is no stopping this guy. Period.
Cook had seven targets a week ago, and with the Niners down at least one star linebacker, he could exploit some holes in the defense.
Daniels got nine targets last week, and I think Matt Schaub will rely on him this week against a tough Seattle defense.
Gates caught five passes for 55 yards and a TD last week. I was wrong about him this year. He looks like a weekly starter.
So much for Josh Gordon cutting into Cameron's production. They both starred last week, with Cameron catching three TD passes. Start him every week.
Witten caught five of his six targets for 67 yards against the Rams. The Chargers have struggled to stop the pass this year, and that'll show up when Witten finds the end zone this week.
Gonzalez had another down week, catching four passes for 24 yards. I think he's a good bet to get back on track this week.
Reed continues to have a role in the offense, catching five passes for 50 yards last week. Look for a similar performance in Oakland if he's healthy.
Miller made his season debut last week, catching three passes for 35 yards. He could eventually become a fantasy starter.
Gresham got five targets but didn't do much with them, catching four passes for 27 yards. He shouldn't be trusted as a starter.
Rudolph didn't turn in a great stat line a week ago, but the eight targets were nice to see. He'll be Christian Ponder's favorite target this week.
Thomas caught three passes for 37 yards last week, but found his way into the end zone yet again. He'll be held out for the first time this season on Sunday.
Fleener got just two targets a week ago, showing he still has a ways to go until fantasy owners can trust him as a regular starter.
Eifert got just two targets to Jermaine Gresham's five last week. Right now, it's impossible to trust either of them as a starter.
Clay caught four passes for 40 yards. If you're a Rob Gronkowski or Vernon Davis owner, he's a decent insurance policy this week.
Pettigrew only got two targets last week and didn't catch either of them. He is not a fantasy option.
Davis missed last week's game with a hamstring injury. At press time, his status for this week is up in the air. We'll be sure to update here as necessary.
Myers was able to play last week despite a rib injury, but caught just three passes for 33 yards. The Chiefs present him with another serious challenge.
Chandler had his first big game of the year, catching five passes for 79 yards and a TD. I do not recommend giving him a go this week.
Bennett had his first down game as a Bear last week, but that shouldn't stop you from getting him in your lineup against the Lions.
Walker had eight targets last week, catching five passes for 49 yards. It'll be interesting to see if his targets stay at this level.
Celek had five targets last week, catching two of them for 18 yards. I don't see him doing much better against Denver.
Winslow completely disappeared last week, not even having so much as a target. He shouldn't be trusted with all the depth at the position.
Miller caught two touchdowns against the Jags, but they were his only two catches and represented 66.7 percent of his targets. He's not relevant to fantasy owners yet.
Clark caught four of the seven passes thrown his way last week for 47 yards. The opportunity for him is there in this offense, but he'll have to prove he's still capable.
With Fred Davis fading, Paulsen could be the No. 1 tight end in Washington. Doesn't mean you want to start him, though.
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