Graham was back to his normal self last week, moving nicely and catching nine passes for 116 yards and two scores. You know what to do.
Reed had his first lackluster game since being inserted in the starting lineup, but don't hold that against him for too long. The Vikings allow the third-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Witten had eight catches for 102 yards and a touchdown last week, but the Saints allow the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Miller caught four of his five targets for 43 yards last week. The Bills have allowed the sixth-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
If the Niners can keep Colin Kaepernick clean, Davis could have a big day. The Panthers have a great front seven, but a mediocre secondary.
You'd be starting Gates no matter what, but especially knowing the Broncos allow the 10th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Olsen had 66 yards and a touchdown last week. You're starting him if you own him, but the 49ers have allowed the fifth-fewest points per game to tight ends.
Wright could be a sneaky play this week, as he has touchdowns in two straight games, and the Dolphins allow the second-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Clay got just three targets last week, though he did catch all of them -- for 22 yards. I'd look elsewhere given the uncertain state of this offense.
Bennett just missed a touchdown against Green Bay, which would have given him a solid night in fantasy leagues. He's falling back into the fringes at the position.
Gonzalez finally had the game we've expected from him with Julio Jones out, catching six passes for 81 yards and a TD. Get him right back in there this week.
Chandler's up-and-down -- mostly down -- season continued last week. He should not be on your radar.
Cook caught three passes for 36 yards and a touchdown against his former team last week. Don't expect the same this week, as the Colts allow the seventh-fewest fantsy points per game to tight ends.
Walker could be a sneaky play this week. The Jaguars have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Fleener had three catches for 64 yards last week, but beware. The Rams have allowed just five fantasy points per game to tight ends, and have played the likes of Vernon Davis, Jason Witten, Tony Gonzalez and Greg Olsen.
The Bears have allowed the 11th-most points per game to tight ends, so you could consider Pettigrew in a pinch.
Clark got just one target last week, and should essentially be written off now that we've made it through the two weeks with six teams on bye.
Miller played a larger role in the offense last week, a trend that could continue with Sidney Rice out for the year and Percy Harvin still nursing his hip injury.
Dreessen will start if Julius Thomas cannot play, which appears likely. He could be a sneaky add for those of you looking for a tight end.
Graham hasn't done much in Owen Daniels' absence. He should not be considered in fantasy leagues.
With Kyle Rudolph out with a broken foot, Carlson slides into the starting lineup. He shouldn't be considered yet in fantasy leagues.
Another week, another ho-hum performance. Eifert is not a fantasy option.
Myers has been a disappointment this year, but Eagles tight ends combined for 69 yards and two TDs against the Raiders last week.
Gresham remains well outside the fantasy picture after catching just three passes for 33 yards against the Dolphins.
Celek scored last week, but his production this season has been largely non-existent.
Quarless' value is non-existent with Seneca Wallace at the helm.
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