Great sign last week that he caught all 9 of his targets from Campbell and obviously had a huge game and nothing ultra scary about this matchup.
Rams are starting to slip up to the TE lately, giving up the 12th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks, not that you'd do anything but start him.
Put up 96/1 against them earlier this year and while the matchup isn't brilliant, he's been practicing and the Chargers have also been giving up TDs to TEs lately.
Check status this week but he remains very active with 12 targets and 8 catches last week and the Jets have been shaky against the TE all year.
The matchup isn't very good as the Bucs have stopped TEs pretty much all year, thanks to their speed on defense and veteran secondary, but you're not sitting a guy with 11 TDs.
Working out this week and expected to start and Cardinals are possibly the greatest matchup for a TE we've seen in 10 years.
Nothing special against them earlier this year putting up 4/62 but Denver is giving up the 10th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
Thankfully he scored last week because he otherwise had only 3 targets and the Packers are actually giving up the fewest FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks yet their secondary can be had and he's hard to sit at home.
It's like pulling teeth to get production out of him but he is scoring and the Redskins give up the 4th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks so you can use him with some confidence.
Put up 3/64 against them earlier this year and Houston has given up a TE TD in 4 of their last 5 games, so solid play.
Huge game last week and NE got destroyed by Cleveland TE last week and have given up 4 TDs to TE in last four games so use if you need him.
Looked good last week catching 5 of his 6 targets and the Browns are actually giving up a TD per game on average in their last 4 to the TE.
The Bengals are actually giving up the 9th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks and he's certainly been decent the last 3 weeks if you need him.
Decent matchup by the numbers and Floyd being less than 100% could help but he's more of a desperation play at this point than a solid one.
Huge game last week with 14 targets and Daniels missing practice again this week so not a bad option if you need him.
He did put up 6/66 on 9 targets against them earlier this year and he did catch all 5 of his targets last week and scored.
If desperate this is a very good matchup, as the Jags were killed by the TE last week and give up the 3rd most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
Has quietly emerged as a viable option and he did score last week, but it's best to head for the hills against this nasty defense.
Giants can be a little shaky against the TE so it wouldn't be a surprise if he did something, but pretty hard to trust, especially if Harvin returns.
We though he had upside last week and he did score, but while the Chief defense has struggled a bit, they do matchup well to a TE.
He did score last week but only 3 targets and we would not trust him at all against this very good defense.
Had the best possible matchup last week and put up only 3/49 and the Saints are probably more of a challenging matchup than a favorable one.
Actually had 6 targets last week and 61 yards but extremely difficult to trust with several other receiving options here.
Not a horrible option if desperate as he should see an increase in snaps and targets as something of a Welker replacement in the slot.
Not easy to trust but this is still a passing team, and the Ravens, despite the numbers, have been shaky against the TE.
Cousins starting is a good thing for Reed and the matchup is solid, but he has to actually dress and play in the game.
Certainly still has major trust issues, but he did catch 6 of his 7 targets last week for 67 yards and the matchup is good.
Their TE utilization seems to be matchup specific, which is tough to predict, although the Vikings are giving up the 6th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks.
Inactive last week with a concussion and probably tough to trust unless desperate, and that's assuming he starts.
Has scored in consecutive weeks and the Bills have given up 3 TDs to the TE in their last 4 games so not a horrible reach.
You're not starting a backup TE in a bad offense.
In Pitta's first game back, he didn’t have target in Week Fourteen.
Did very little filling in for Fasano last week with only 3 targets so forget it.
Continues to underwhelm with only 3/20 last week as Gresham has clearly been more involved.
You think he'll get at least a couple of looks from Brady, but otherwise they're rolling with Matthew Mulligan to replace Gronk.
Did not have a single pass target last week so that's obviously not good.
Still in the mix with 5 targets last week but his 2/8 line shows that he's not usable.
He's day to day with his concussion but the Eagles actually have been pretty decent to the TE all year.
Obviously is value is completely tied to Reed's availability.
He's still in the mix, but even the starter here is a major reach.
Vikings are giving up the 6th most FPPG to TEs the last 5 weeks but pretty hard to trust in this offense and with Ertz involved.
Expected back soon but didn't practice early in the week so off the grid most likely for Week 15.
He rarely gets targeted so while he can always score, too risky to use.
Had a 20 yard catch last week but that was all he had.