Gronk had six catches for 127 yards and a touchdown last week. You know what to do here.
Even in a terrible game for the New Orleans offense, Graham had 10.2 fantasy points last week.
Green has been a stud filling in for Antonio Gates, and should be started with confidence against the Giants this week.
Cameron had just four catches for 43 yards in a great matchup last week. He has been a major disappointment after his huge first month.
Walker surprisingly had just one catch for five yards last week. He's a strong play against a Denver team that allows the fourth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Bennett had a down game last week, but this Dallas pass defense can be exploited.
Olsen continues to quietly put up numbers. He had five catches for 85 yards last week.
Cook had three catches for 49 yards last week. Believe it or not, the Cardinals allow by far the most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Graham could be a sneaky play this week, as the Jaguars allow the second-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Davis had four catches for 82 yards and a touchdown last week. The Seahawks are a neutral matchup for tight ends.
McGrath is expected to get the start over a concussed Fasano, who had a touchdown in three straight games. Washington allows the third-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Fleener had three catches for 50 yards last week and looks like one of Andrew Luck's only reliable pass catchers.
Clay had seven catches for 80 yards last week and should be considered an every-week starter for the rest of the season.
Miller caught eight of nine targets for 86 yards last week. The Dolphins allow the fifth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Wright has been up and down since vaulting into the fantasy consciousness. Buffalo has done well against tight ends, allowing the ninth-fewest fantasy points per game to the position.
Gonzalez scored last week for the first time since Week 9. He's a decent play against a Green Bay defense that has allowed the 12th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Chandler had four catches for 63 yards last week. Stay away from him this week.
Witten had three catches for 53 yards last week, but is a strong play against a Bears defense that has allowed the ninth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Pettigrew had just one catch for six yards last week and cannot be considered in fantasy leagues.
Housler had three catches for 21 yards last week and is not an advisable play this week.
Myers had five catches for 61 yards and a touchdown last week and has scored in two straight games.
Miller had five catches for 86 yards and a touchdown last week, but the Niners allow the second-fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Reed has missed two straight games because of a concussion. I wouldn't trust him even if he plays this week. The Chiefs allow the fewest fantasy points per game to tight ends.
Thomas will likely play against the Titans on Sunday. It's a late start, but you should be comfortable playing him.
Gresham didn't catch either of his two targets last week. He does not have any fantasy value.
Eifert and Jermaine Gresham combined for one catch for nine yards last week.
Clark may hold off Dennis Pitta for one more week, but he doesn't have any fantasy value.
Ertz had five catches for 68 yards and two scores last week, but we can't trust him to do anything like that again this year.
Carlson had four catches for 61 yards last week, and the Ravens are a neutral matchup for a tight end.
Celek caught four passes for 29 yards last week and watched as teammate Zach Ertz caught five balls for 68 yards and two touchdowns.
Whether it's Quarless or Brandon Bostick, no tight end on this team is worth starting.
Cumberland had one catch for six yards last week. Does he even still deserve a blurb?
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