Hunter Henry scored for the third straight game in Week 6, and now gets to face a Falcons defense Sunday that's allowed the second-most receiving yards to tight ends this season.
Charles Clay led the Bills in targets, receptions and receiving yards last weekend and will face a Miami defense on Sunday that's allowing 237 passing yards per contest, which is 13th in the NFL.
Jacob Tamme has just five receptions for 20 yards, but could find room to roam this week against the Chargers, who’ve allowed three tight ends to go for at least 65 receiving yards.
C.J. Fiedorowicz is emerging as the Houston Texans' leading target at tight end entering a Week 7 road game against the Denver Broncos, who rank first in passing defense.
Cameron Brate isn’t the same sort of downfield threat that Austin Seferian-Jenkins provided when he was healthy, but Brate has dependability on his side, going for 30 or more yards in four of his five games this season and takes on a 49ers defense in Week 7 that’s allowed 45 or more yards four times this season to opposing tight ends.
Vernon Davis found pay dirt with Jordan Reed (concussion) out last week, and would once again see an expanded role Sunday in Detroit if Reed is unable to suit up.
Dennis Pitta will face a Jets defense that’s given up at least 89 yards to two different tight ends this season.
Jack Doyle got more playing time in Week 6 due to an early injury to Dwayne Allen and caught his third touchdown of season. Depending on whether Allen's healthy, Doyle could be the Indianapolis Colts' lead receiving threat at tight end in Week 7 against the Tennessee Titans.
Antonio Gates continues to lose snaps and targets to Hunter Henry, but gets a favorable matchup Sunday against a Falcons defense that's allowed the second-most receiving yards in the league to tight ends.
Ryan Griffin, who overcame a concussion in order to play last week, has fallen behind C.J. Fiedorowicz as a target at tight end as the Houston Texans prepare for a Week 7 road game against the Denver Broncos, who rank 15th in yards allowed per game to tight ends.
Will Tye and Larry Donnell are splitting time at tight end in an offense that prefers to throw to its wide receivers heading into Sunday's London game against the Rams.
Lance Kendricks scored a touchdown last week, but a repeat is unlikely Sunday in London against a Giants defense that has allowed one touchdown to tight ends.
MarQueis Gray set career highs in receptions and yards last weekend, though those were his first statistics of the 2016 campaign.
Erik Swoope got some extended playing time as the second tight end last week due to Dwayne Allen's sprained ankle and could be in line for more work behind Jack Doyle in Week 7 when the Indianapolis Colts face the Tennessee Titans.
Anthony Fasano caught his first touchdown of the season last week, but is no threat to Delanie Walker's dominance at the tight end position for the Tennessee Titans as they enter a Week 7 matchup against the Indianapolis Colts.
Marcedes Lewis did not have a catch for the first time this season in the Jacksonville Jaguars's Week 6 win and enters Week 7 against the Oakland Raiders with a minor role.
Clive Walford has seen more than five targets in a game just once so far this season, and now faces a Jaguars defense allowing fewer than 30 yards a game to tight ends.
Virgil Green saw only four targets in his Week 6 return to the lineup, and will remain a secondary option in the Broncos' passing attack Monday against a Texans defense that's allowed only one TD to a tight end through six games.
Jermaine Gresham and Darren Fells are both basically non-factors in a Cardinals offense that doesn't feature many throws to tight ends, and facing the Seahawks second-ranked pass defense lowers their Week 7 value even further.
Richard Rodgers has one touchdown while having not topped 25 yards all season heading into a matchup with a Bears defense that has allowed two opposing tight ends to score through six games.