The 49ers have allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends. Yeah, I'm still starting Graham with confidence.
Reed caught six passes for 62 yards and a TD against the Vikings. While the Eagles have allowed the third-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends, you no doubt feel comfortable with him as your starter.
Chandler had a typical game last week, catching three passes for 21 yards.
Look for the Patriots to turn to Gronk early and often in this game. If they can get the Panthers linebackers tied up in coverage, it could open up a lot of other facets of their offense.
The Dolphins allow the sixth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends, making Gates an even stronger play than usual.
Gonzalez caught just three passes for 29 yards last week and has been a major disappointment since Julio Jones' season-ending foot injury.
While Fleener had just four catches for 33 yards, the 10 targets he got from Luck were encouraging. Credit the Rams defense. You can start Fleener confidently this week.
Clay caught four of his eight targets for 21 yards a week ago. He had some juice earlier in the season, but has now put up four straight games with fewer than seven points.
Wright got just one target last week, but he could bounce back against an Atlanta defense that has struggled against the pass.
Clark had one catch last week, a one-yard TD reception. He should not be on your radar.
Thomas played through injury last week and pleased his owners right off the bat with a 74-yard touchdown. Play him as usual.
The Bengals have been relatively tough on opposing tight ends, but that shouldn't stop you from starting Cameron, week in, week out one of the five best at the position.
Olsen had just one catch for 14 yards last week. Such is life as a non-elite tight end. If he's your starter, you should feel fine playing him this week.
The Lions allow the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends, making Miller a tough guy to start this week.
Walker made the most of a solid matchup, catching four passes for 62 yards and a touchdown against the Jaguars. The Colts have surrenedered the seventh-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Eifert caught three passes for 55 yards with Jermaine Gresham out. If he's the sole active tight end again, he'd be worth consideration.
Housler had four catches for 57 yards and a touchdown last week, and is a sneaky play against a Jaguars team allowing the third-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Davis' status remains uncertain for Sunday, but it sounds like he will play. If he's your guy, you should feel comfortable rolling with him.
Graham continues to disappoint in place of Owen Daniels. His inability to step in for the talented tight end has something to do with Houston's underachieving season.
Carlson caught seven passes for 98 yards and a score last week, but it's hard to trust him against the Seahawks.
Bostick caught three passes for 42 yards and a score last week and could be a sneaky play if you're needy at the tight end position.
The Ravens allow the 12th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends, and that helps to make Bennett a solid TE1 option this week.
After not even getting a target last week, Myers should be completely written off for the rest of the year.
Pettigrew had five catches for 70 yards against the Bears. Consider him a low-end TE1 this week.
Cumberland should be back from the concussion that kept him out of the Jets' last game, but you should not consider starting him.
Fasano is not of any concern to the fantasy community.
Celek is not a fantasy option, plain and simple.
Miller was a no-show last week, and will once again be relegated to no more than a tertiary role with Percy Harvin likely returning this week.
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