Gonzalez stands to benefit from Julio Jones injury in the form of more targets. I'm sliding him up my rest-of-season rankings a few notches.
Witten caught three passes for 27 yards in a lackluster performance for the entire passing game. Philadelphia has been tough on tight ends this year, but you're starting Witten no matter what.
Davis was a beast last week, catching eight passes for 180 yards and two TDs. He could see a lot of corner Alterraun Verner, who Pro Football Focus grades as the best corner in the league thus far.
Cameron caught five of his six targets for 64 yards last week. The Packers have allowed the fourth most fantasy points per game to tight ends. He's a surefire start this and every week.
Olsen was a no-show last week, catching just two passes for 19 yards. I'd get him right back in there against the Rams.
Finley should see an increase in targets with Randall Cobb on the shelf. I consider him a weekly starter for the rest of the season.
Bennett caught six of his seven targets last week for 68 yards. Washington allows 9.4 fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Thomas had just 22 yards last week, but he managed to find the end zone. He should be started with confidence this week.
Clark caught four of his six targets for 81 yards last week, and has slowly become a trusted weapon for Joe Flacco. He could be worth adding if you need help at the position.
Cook only got two targets last week, catching both of them for 45 yards. You should be able to find a more reliable option.
Reed is a sneaky option for the next few weeks. He has at least six targets in three of his four games this year, and seems to be increasing his role in the offense.
Miller caught six of his seven targets for 84 yards last week. He's a top-12 tight end for the rest of the year.
Fleener caught three passes for 16 yards last week and had a killer drop. He's failing to take advantage of the opportunity presented by Dwayne Allen's injury.
Jacksonville allows 10.7 fantasy points per game to tight ends, the seventh most in the league. That should help Gates bounce back from last week's lackluster effort.
Cumberland caught four of his five targets for 59 yards and is slowing morphing into the kind of tight end you could trust for a week or two.
Rudolph had a huge game last week, catching nine passes for 97 yards and a score. I'd deploy him as usual this week.
Myers had just one target last week, an overthrow from Manning that ended up going for an interception. He has failed to live up to the preseason hype.
Clay is a fringe starter at the tight end position because he has become such an integral part of the Miami offense.
The rookie caught three passes last week, all of which went for six points, and I'd love to see him score again, just so we could be treated to another dance. He could be the weapon Detroit has been lacking in the passing game alongside Calvin Johnson.
McGrath didn't catch any of his three targets last week. Right now, he's not a suitable fantasy starter.
Wright burst on the scene last week, catching seven passes for 91 yards. Keep an eye on him this week.
Gresham had two receptions for five yards this week. He should not be anywhere near your radar.
Chandler had two receptions for 47 yards a week ago, and is not an advisable starter in fantasy leagues.
Walker always gets his four or six targets per game, but he doesn't do nearly enough with them to be on the fantasy radar.
Eifert got just three targets last week, hauling in two of them for 13 yards. He hasn't quite caught on the way many fantasy owners thought he would.
Graham didn't do much in his first game as a starter, catching two passes for 25 yards. I still think he's a decent fill-in, but I do not like him this week.
Pettigrew caught four passes for 36 yards and watched fellow tight end Joseph Fauria reel in three TD receptions.
So much for the QB change doing him any good. Celek got just one target for 10 yards and should not be rostered.
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