Another 100-yard effort and another two TDs. He's in a world of his own.
Another week, another huge performance for Cameron. He was the breakout player of the first month of the season.
Gates caught all 10 of his targets last week, racking up 136 yards and a TD. Get him in your lineup each and every week.
Davis only caught two passes in his return but made them count by hitting paydirt once. Make sure to get him in your lineup this week.
Finley will play after suffering a concussion in the Packers' last game. Use him as you normally would.
Gonzalez is the only fully healthy pass catcher in Atlanta. That will show up again this week.
Thomas had just four targets last week, though he did catch them all for 43 yards. He's still a guy you can start reliably, even with all the mouths to feed in Denver.
The Cardinals are tough against the pass and have good linebackers, but you're starting Olsen if you own him.
Eifert had three receptions for 39 yards last week. I still like him better than I like Jermaine Gresham.
Myers disappeared from the offense last week, getting just one target. He'll re-emerge against the Eagles.
Brent Celek had a nice game by his standard against the Broncos last week. This is a matchup Witten could exploit.
Daniels caught six of his 11 targets for 72 yards against the Seahawks. Start him with confidence every week.
Cook had four catches for 45 yards a week ago, but he had nine targets and appears to be Sam Bradford's favorite option.
Clay caught six passes for 42 yards and a TD against the Saints and has really developed into a steady part of the Miami offense.
Celek caught three of his six targets for 57 yards. You migiht want to stash him now for when your regular tight end is on bye.
Pettigrew was an important factor for the Lions last week, catching seven passes for 54 yards, but that doesn't really move the needle in fantasy leagues.
Fleener caught five passes for 77 yards and a TD against the Jaguars, and looks like he'll put up starters numbers at the position over the course of the entire season.
McGrath caught all five of his targets for 64 yards and a TD last week, and could carve himself out a nice role in this offense. Alex Smith needs an option in the middle of the field.
Bennett caught eight of his 12 targets for 90 yards last week. If the Bears fall behind by much, they'll air it out again, but ths matchup could be problematic for Bennett.
Rivera has emerged as an option in Oakland, but he shouldn't be considered in fantasy leagues.
Gresham caught three passes for 53 yards a week ago, but there still aren't enough balls to go around in Cincinnati to make him a fantasy starter.
Clark only caught four passes last week, but he did have nine targets. He's starting to look like a tight end you could use when your regular is on a bye.
Winslow caught six passes for 73 yards against the Titans. I hate this matchup for him.
Miller's an afterthought in this offense. Do not consider him for your roster unless you're desperate.
Walker had just 14 yards last week, though he did catch a one-yard TD pass. You won't want to start him this week.
Chandler caught two passes for 28 yards last week and is far too inconsistent to consider as even a bye-week replacement.