Cameron caught all four of his targets last week, racking up 81 yards. The Ravens have allowed the seventh-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Gronk caught just two passes for 27 yards last week, and Pittsburgh has surrendered the third-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Gonzalez has yet to take over the way many thought he could when Julio Jones went down for the season. He'll finally get on track this week.
Witten was a total dud again last week, catching just two passes for 15 yards. I like him against a terrible Minnesota defense, but my optimism is waning.
Fleener could play a bigger role in the offense with Reggie Wayne out for the year. It will be interesting to see how many targets he gets on Sunday.
Graham was able to play through his foot injury, catching two touchdown passes in the red zone. If he plays, he starts in fantasy leagues. Simple as that.
Clay remains a consistent part of the offense, getting eight targets against the Patriots. That could be enough to consider him this week.
Reed had another strong game last week, catching eight passes for 90 yards. You should be starting him every week.
You're starting Gates no matter what, but there's reason for optimism this week. Washington has allowed the 11th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Rudolph caught all four of his targets last week, good enough for 57 yards. Any pass-catcher playing against the Cowboys could be a good start.
Miller caught just three passes for 19 yards last week, though he did have a touchdown negated by penalty. Feel free to deploy him as usual.
Walker could be in for more targets with Kenny Britt on the outs in Tennessee, but not enough to be a factor in fantasy leagues.
Wright got eight targets last week, hauling in five of them for a touchdown and 48 yards. He could be in for a larger role in the offense with Mike Williams out for the season.
Chandler caught seven passes for 72 yards last week, but you should only be considering him if you're truly needy at the position.
Quarless caught just two passes for 13 yards last week. He's not worth a start this week, even though Chicago's defense has struggled all year.
The Packers have allowed the third-most fantasy points per game to tight ends. Start him as usual.
Cook underwhelmed again, though he could be motivated by the revenge factor against his old team this week.
Graham still holds down the starting job in Houston, but you should be able to do better at the position.
With Jeff Cumberland recovering from a concussion, Sudfeld will get the start. If you're looking for a bye week replacement for Julius Thomas, keep looking.
Olsen caught a touchdown pass last week, but he was clearly hobbled. You might want to explore other options if you can find someone comparable this week.
Fasano had just two catches for 14 yards last week. He remains well outside the fantasy picture.
Clark could be worth considering with six teams on bye this week. He has carved out a significant role in the Baltimore offense.
Eifert put up a typical performance last week, catching two passes for 23 yards. There's no way you can consider starting him.
Gresham caught a touchdown pass last week, but had two receptions for 14 yards total. Avoid him at all costs.
Celek had two catches for 17 yards a week ago and should not be considered in even the deepest of leagues.
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