Sure, Graham had 10 catches for 135 yards last week, but he didn't score? What a bum.
Witten had a monster day against the Broncos last week. It's hard to picture the Redskins doing much better against him.
Olsen caught five passes for 79 yards against a strong pass defense in Arizona. If healthy, he'll do even better against a mediocre one in Minnesota.
Thomas was the big winner last week, catching nine passes for 122 yards and two scores. Start him with confidence.
Gates caught seven passes for 74 yards last week, and should do well even though the Colts have limited opposing tight ends this season.
Davis had three receptions for 88 yards and a TD last week, the second straight week in which he has scored.
Bennett caught all five of his targets last week, going for 56 yards. He may not be an elite tight end, but he's rock steady.
With Owen Daniels on the shelf, Graham will get an opportunity to be the No. 1 tight end in Houston.
Myers caught just two passes for 35 yards last week, and hasn't done a thing for three consecutive weeks. This is a decent matchup for him, though, as the Bears have been relatively friendly to tight ends.
Reed could step into the void left by Fred Davis and provide Robert Griffin III with a decent option in the middle of the field.
Eifert caught five of his seven targets for 53 yards last week. He's still on the outside of the starting class until we see more.
Finley caught all six of his targets last week, though he picked up just 32 yards. The Ravens have surrendered the 12th most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Celek had three catches for 47 yards and a TD reception from likely Week 6 starter Nick Foles. His stock could rise dramatically with Foles at the helm.
Fleener had two receptions for 15 yards last week. The Chargers have been right around league average against tight ends, so feel free to use him as you normally would.
Cameron finally had a down game, catching just three passes for 36 yards. He had success with Weeden early in the season, so don't downgrade him because of the injury to Brian Hoyer.
Carolina has been the second-stingiest defense against tight ends this year, and I don't see Rudolph changing that.
Cook had just three catches for 26 yards last week and simply has not caught on after a huge Week 1 performance.
Pettigrew was the Lions' leading receiver last week in Calvin Johnson's stead, catching four passes for 59 yards. The Browns have allowed just five fantasy points per game to tight ends this year.
Miller remains a favorite of Ben Roethlisberger's but this just isn't the week to ride with him.
Cumberland caught three passes for 79 yards and a score last week, and could be in for a bigger role in the future.
Clark didn't appear on the stat sheet last week, a shock with Marlon Brown and Jacoby Jones inactive. He could be worth a shot this week if you're without Tony Gonzalez or Charles Clay, as the Packers have allowed 12.1 fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Walker caught four of his six targets for 49 yards last week, but he is not a fantasy option.
Gresham caught all four of his targets last week, but they went for just 24 yards. He simply doesn't get thrown the ball frequently enough to be a fantasy option.
McGrath caught four of six targets for 54 yards and is emerging as an option in deep leagues and as a bye week replacement.
Paulsen should have a decent role in the offense, but he's not worthy of fantasy consideration.
Dickson caught two passes for 51 yards last week, but he still apppears to be running second to Dallas Clark in Baltimore.
Chandler caught four balls for 49 yards. He wasn't a starter with EJ Manuel, but it's too early to know whether Thad Lewis relies on tight ends.
Winslow made his lone catch last week count, scoring on a one-yard pass from Geno Smith. The emergence of Jeff Cumberland makes him a dicey play.
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