Gronkowski finally made his 2013 debut, catching eight passes for 114 yards. You want him in your lineup every single week.
Davis caught four of his eight targets for 62 yards last week. The Jaguars have surrendered the sixth most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Gonzalez got just four targets a week ago, a shock given that Julio Jones and Roddy White were out. After Harry Douglas' big day, defenses might have to allow Gonzalez a bit more freedom to operate.
Witten had just four catches for 48 yards last week, his second straight down game. He's too good to be slowed for long.
Reed broke out against the Bears, catching nine passes for 134 yards and a touchdown. He should be started every week the rest of the way.
Cameron got back in the end zone last week, catching seven passes for 55 yards and a score. You're starting him no matter what, even in this tough matchup.
Olsen played through a foot injury a week ago, catching four passes for 47 yards. Deploy him as usual this week.
Clay had just one catch last week but he made it count, as it went for a seven-yard TD. He has scored in three straight games.
Rudolph had three catches for 27 yards last week, but the nine targets were encouraging.
With Tony Scheffler out of town, there should be more work in store for Fauria this week.
Miller had just two catches for 17 yards against the Ravens. You should feel comfortable playing him as usual, though.
Thomas had five catches for 41 yards and a TD last week, but he'll be the one left out of the fun on Sunday.
Gresham had a nice day against the Lions, catching four passes for 64 yards. It's not enough to make him a starter this week, though.
Wright reamins a decent deep option at tight end, but this is not the week to use him.
Cook caught four passes for 33 yards a week ago. I don't trust any pass catcher in this offense this week.
Cumberland had seven more targets last week and has developed into one of Geno Smith's favorite targets.
Jimmy Graham's injury opens the door for Watson this week, but I'm betting the receivers will be the ones to really pick up the slack.
Quarless will start for the injured Jermichael Finley. He is not a fantasy option.
Myers caught two passes for 15 yards last week. At a position where seemingly everyone with a modicum of preseason hype followed through, Myers has fallen short.
Fasano returned last week after missing four games. He should not yet be considered in fantasy leagues.
Pettigrew got seven targets a week ago, but caught just three for an almost-impossible seven yards. Teammate Joseph Fauria is the fantasy tight end in Detroit you want.
Celek caught one pass for nine yards a week ago. Even if Michael Vick is back this week, you don't want to have anything to do with Celek.
Eifert caught three passes for 45 yards last week. You know he's going to go off one of these weeks, but it won't be this one.
Chandler caught two of his three targets for 18 yards last week. He's not a good option with all the depth at the position.
Graham has not practiced this week and is likely to miss Sunday's game against the Bills.
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