Lions are pretty darn good down the middle and against the TE, but you start him every week.
We'd love for more snaps and targets, but we will have to accept what we get and he did have 5 targets last week and the matchup is solid.
Nice game last week, and a very good matchup as the Cowboys give up a whopping 15.1 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Huge game last week and Allen is out with his ankle injury so looks like a must start with a favorable matchup no matter what.
Production has fallen off as he has not been healthy, but he did have 4 targets last week and remains a strong starter in a weak TE field.
Disappointing game last week and not a good matchup by the numbers, but you start him every week.
He's shown some signs of life other than last week, and the numbers are begging you to give him a shot as the Bears are giving up 27.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
All signs point to him being a must start, including his recent production, the fact that he's averaged 17.8 FP/G against NYG the last 5 games, and the fact that they give up 16.3 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Looks like he'll be good to go barring a setback this week, but the Eagles are giving up only 7.9 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Active for the game last week, but for some reason they didn't throw him a pass, yet the Packers give up a healthy 16.6 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
The Jets love handing out TDs to TEs this year and he did score against them earlier this season.
He was a factor last week catching all three of his targets for 51 yards and the Cards can be vulnerable to the TE.
Did make a bigger play last week and had 5 targets and this week's matchup is better than last week's if you need him.
Looks like a game-time decision on Sunday so if he doesn't go you need to have a backup option ready.
Could be a major key to their offense any given week, but Saints have been stingy to the position giving up just 9 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
He has been involved and he did score 2 TDs last week if you're desperate.
Jordan Reed is out with a hamstring issue this week and missed practice early in the week, so Paul could be the guy and the matchup is good by the numbers.
Pathetic showing last week in an incredible matchup, but at least this matchup looks good on paper at home as the Redskins give up 13.2 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
Had an encouraging 6 targets and 4 catches last week, yet this matchup is poor by the numbers.
He has fallen off for sure and the matchup isn't great by the numbers, but it's a bad landscape at his position right now, making him hard to sit.
He's still at the mercy of his QB and remains a shaky reach, but he has been getting red zone looks.
He's a week to week proposition and is now a game-time decision, so probably best to use another option.
Caught only 1 of his 2 targets last week and no real reason to consider him.
Had only 2 targets and 1 catch last week and the Rams have been pretty good against the TE all year.
Had only 2 targets last week and the Vikings have been above average against the TE.
He did score last week, but only 2 targets in that game and by the numbers, it's a bad matchup.
Did have 5 targets last week, but the Chargers are stingy against the TE and give up only 10.3 FP/G the last 5 weeks.
He did have 3 targets last week, but he is still a risky long shot.
Had only 3 targets and 1 catch last week, so he cant' be trusted.
He's a major reach, but he is a factor in this offense and Seattle has given up plenty of TDs to the TE position this season.
He doesn't have a clear role and it is a tough matchup by the numbers.
Only 2 targets last week and off the grid with Rudolph in the mix.
Inactive last week and off the radar for now.
Still not practicing this week early in the week, which is not a good sign.
Was inactive last week and is off the fantasy radar.
Remains very hard to trust and basically impossible to use, but he did have 4 targets last week.
Had 3 targets last week, but that's not enough to get excited about.
We received confirmation that he still plays in the NFL last week with his TD, but this matchup is below average.