Graham had five catches for 100 yards and a touchdown last week. Get him going in Week 13.
Gronk is the one Patriot with a clear-cut starring role in the offense, other than Tom Brady, of course.
The Rams have done well against opposing tight ends this year, but that didn't stop Martellus Bennet from having a big game last week. Start Davis with confidence.
Cameron had another down game last week, though his 10 targets were a welcome dose of volume. Look for him to get back on track this week against a Jacksonville defense that allows the second-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Clay had four catches for 27 yards last week, but has worked himself into a regular TE1 regardless of matchup.
Fleener had four catches for 55 yards and a touchdown last week. He's a solid TE1 this week.
Reed didn't clear the concussion protocol tests last week, forcing him to miss the game. He'll be a low-end TE1 this week if he plays.
Walker had five catches for 46 yards last week. He's a high-end TE2 against a Colts defense that allows the 10th-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Olsen caught another TD pass last week and has been the No. 3 tight end in the league since Week 8.
Witten had four catches for 37 yards and two touchdowns last week. Just like you wouldn't leave mashed potatoes off your plate on Thursday, you wouldn't fill out your lineup without Witten if you own him.
Bennett played well in a bad matchup last week, catching six passes for 62 yards and a touchdown against the Rams. Get him active against a Minnesota defense that allows the fourth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Wright caught eight of his nine targets for 75 yards last week. The Panthers present a tough challenge for this entire offense, placing Wright just outside the TE1 class this week.
Cincinnati has done well against opposing tight ends, limiting them to 6.6 points per game.
Graham came back to earth last week and should be considered outside the TE1 class this week.
Thomas missed last week's game because of a knee injury, but it looks like he'll return this Sunday.
Housler had four catches for 51 yards last week. With the bye weeks in the past, what little fantasy value he had is likely gone.
Pettigrew had three receptions for 32 yards and a touchdown last week. He gets targeted from time to time but shouldn't be on your radar now that the bye weeks are done.
Carlson had three catches for 36 yards a week ago. He's outside the starting class at the tight end position.
Bostick had five targets last week, but caught just one of them for 24 yards. Now that byes are over, he shouldn't be on your radar.
Miller caught five of his six targets for 41 yards last week. He's a low-end TE1 with a neutral matchup against the Ravens.
Gonzalez has been a major disappointment since Julio Jones' season-ending injury, and will have a rough time turning it around against a Buffalo defense that allows the sixth-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Myers has been one of the bigger disappointments at the tight end position this season.
Eifert and Jermaine Gresham continue to undermine one another's fantasy value.
With Dennis Pitta likely one week away from activation, this looks like the last chance for Clark to give anything to the fantasy community.
Miller should not be considered in fantasy leagues now that the bye weeks have passed.
Gresham and Tyler Eifert continue to prevent each other from gaining any traction in fantasy leagues.
It would take a whole lot to make Fasano relevant in fantasy leagues. Like a league that requires you start three tight ends.
Celek should be totally off the fantasy radar now that the regular season is ending and playoffs around the corner.
Cumberland had one catch for nine yards last week. He's no longer an option in even the deepest of leagues with the byes behind us.
Chandler had a whiff of fantasy value a few weeks ago, but that has all but dissipated.
Cook should not be started against a San Francisco defense that has allowed the second-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
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