Leads the NFL in TD catches and the Vikings secondary is beatable.
Arizona has been the best TE matchup in the league for the last couple of years, so start him.
He's feeling better this week, but check status all week and start him if he goes as the Bills are giving up 39 FP/G to WRs.
Completed 83% of his passes in one game against them last year and put up 285/2, so start him.
Look for a bounce back game at home as the Bucs are giving up 282/2 to QBs and he averaged 31 FP/G against them last year.
He is absolutely unstoppable right now, and the Jags are giving up the second most FP/G to WRs.
Caught an impressive 10 of his 11 targets last week and another excellent matchup here as the Jets give up 41 FP/G.
He's 3/3 in his last 2 games, with 9 XPTs, so remains an excellent option.
Another great matchup by the numbers and the Bucs give up 7/68/.5. per game to the TE.
A must start as the Falcons are horrendous against RBs right now and are giving up 39 FP/G.
Eli's trust in him continues to grow each week and he is obviously a beast in the redzone.
Targets have been down as they continue to run the ball a ton, but you're not sitting him because he still produces.
Another huge game last week and the Texans have been run on this year, so start him.
You can't ask for a better matchup as the Jags are giving up 7/81/1 per game to the position.
The Jag defense is awful right now and giving up 29 FP/G which is the worst in the league.
His impact has increased given Marshall's injury and could have scored last week, and the Panthers are giving up 39 FP/G.
He is 6/6 the last two games, so keep using him.
The Panthers have been getting rocked to the tune of 29 FP/G and he got 28 touches last week.
A must start against one of the worst defenses in the league which is giving up 32 FP/G.
Put up 11/181/2 in two games last year which was good for 20 FP/G in a PPR.
He's 5/5 with 10 XPTs in his last 2 games, so looking good.
NE got run all over last week and is giving up a healthy 30 FP/G to RBs so start him.
He gets one more week kicking for Prater and you know they'll score plenty of points and could stall his range for multiple attempts.
Another big game last week with a TD and 9 targets and the Bears can be thrown on, so keep using him.
He's 4/4 with 9 XPTs in his last two games, so he could come through for you.
Looked great last week and just missing a TD with 19 touches and the Packers are giving up a healthy 30 FP/G.
He did miss one last week, but he also has 7 FGs in his last 2 games.
A little underwhelming last week and the matchup isn't fantastic as the Giants give up only 10 WR catches per game and have solid corners.
Disappointed last week, but he did get 10 targets and the Bucs are giving up the most FP/G to WRs right now.
Falcons lack a pass rush and are very vulnerable on the back end, so he is looking strong this week at home.
He's obviously been terrible, but he Eagles do get RT Lane Johnson back and the Rams can definitely be run on.
Has been great, but could see a lot of Cromartie who hasn't given up anything this year, so you may have a better option.
Only 3/30 last week on 5 targets in a great matchup, but the Jets have given up 3 TE TDs already this year.
Could see a bit of top corner Talib which is a problem, but the Broncos are giving up a healthy 16 WR catches per game.
Put only 5/61 against them last year, but Revis has not been a shut down guy so far.
The shoulder is still an issue, but he is feeling better and the Titans have given up 3 TD to the TE this year, so he can be started.
A slightly below average matchup by the numbers, but he has been getting better and better every week, so the main question is, will he have to throw it a lot?
Is really benefitting from single coverage lately and is producing, and the Texans are giving up 15 WR catches per game.
All kinds of banged up this year, but he Chiefs have given up 4 TDs to the TE this year.
Another solid game last week for fantasy with 24 points and KC is giving up 235/2 passing to QBs.
Actually caught only 4 of his 12 targets last week, yet he did score and this matchup is a little below average.
He did catch 9 balls against them last year and the Saint corners have struggled this season giving up 42 FP/G, so start him.
We didn't see it last week, but the Chiefs can be run on, so he is a solid play as usual.
He does have a miss the last two weeks, but also 4 FGs and this is a great matchup.
Had produces 4 game in a row and the Cowboy defense while respectable this year is certainly beatable.
A whopping 15 targets last week and he caught only 5 of them, but the matchup is solid enough.
Average matchup by the numbers, but the Bills give up 278/1.5 and they are very difficult to run on.
Put up only 212/0 against them last year, but he did complete 74% of his passes, so should do something of note.
Could surprise this week as the Cardinals have a great 2 outside corners, but vulnerable in the middle of the field.
Scored last week and just missed another one, so while his injury has slowed him, he is hard to sit.
He's been the lone bright spot on offense for them thus far and the Browns' secondary has struggled and given up 16 FP/G to the TE.