Bears are giving up a healthy 15.8 FP/G in the last 5 weeks, so start him.
Put up 7/145/1 against them last year in two games and the Charger secondary is banged up.
Beautiful matchup as the Cards still struggle against TEs, so a must start.
Check status as he was limited early in the week, but a big game last week catching 6 of his 9 targets and the Bengal LBs are a mess right now and they give up the most FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Actually put up 7/119/1 against them last year and the Jets are giving up almost a TD and a half to the TE in their last 5 games.
Should have had a TD from Hoyer last week, but it was a bad throw and the Raiders give up a healthy 14 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Made a couple of nice plays last week and scored while catching 4 of his 5 targets and the matchup has been solid for TEs all year.
Really playing well and has produced even though Fleener is taking away some production, and the matchup is solid enough.
Another huge game last week and he caught all eight of his targets and while the matchup is tougher, Seattle is giving up a very healthy 15.5 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Broncos did a solid job against him last year as he put up 6/85 total in two games, but pretty hard to sit.
Cowboys still have deficiencies in the secondary and give up a healthy 19 FP/G in the last 5 weeks, but McCoy could cap his upside.
Quiet last week and the Rams have been stingy against the position all year, but he is a stud who could explode any given week.
Caught 4 of his 5 targets last week for 64 yards and remains viable, even with Allen as a better option.
Little quiet last week as they are going back to the run and the Chiefs haven't given up a lot of catches and yards to TEs lately.
Banged up this week, but does expect to play and the Pats are giving up a healthy 5/60 per game to TEs.
Crushed people for starting him last week, so we will see how the weekend shapes up, but the Packers are giving up 6/73 to the TE their last 5 weeks.
In theory the Texans look very vulnerable underneath and over the middle, so he could be productive with rookie Mettenberger.
The Colts have given up production to TEs, most notably Jermaine Gresham's 10 catches last week.
Continues to underwhelm and another quiet game last week, plus he put up only 5/40 total in two games last year against them.
KC has been giving up some TDs to TEs lately for what it's worth.
Very difficult to project with Royal being such a factor, but he's best to avoid for now.
Was involved last week with 2/58 and it's a solid matchup, but it looks like McCoy at QB and Reed is obviously back.
A little more active last week with 6 targets and might have a chance if Ebron is out, but still hard to trust.
He did not have a target last week.
Has been in the mix, but still not worth considering and the Eagles have not given up a TD to a TE in their last four games.
Did put up 3/50/1 on 4 targets last week, but the Bill D is pretty stingy.
Very active last week catching 10 of his 12 targets, but the matchup doesn't look ideal, so a desperation play only.
Had three targets last week and 2/24 which is actually a good game for him and the matchup is good.
Only 1 target last week and the Saints have been stingy to TEs lately.
Still more of a week to week guy than a go to guy, and the Bill defense overall is pretty stingy.
He's done little this year, but it is a beatable matchup if desperate.
You never know with the Pats, and he didn't have a target last week but in theory the matchup is good as they are weaker down the middle.
Shaky option by the numbers as the Vikings are giving up only 9.4 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Feeling better this week, but it remains to be seen if he'll be back.
Only 1 target last week and the Browns giving up only 8 FP/G in the last 5 weeks.
Only 1 target last week.
Caught 2 of his 5 targets for only 20 yards and remains a nonfactor for fantasy.
Not on the radar yet and only 2 targets last week and 1/1.
He's even a shaky spot starter if Graham is inactive.
Inactive last week, so not exactly on the radar.