Tyler Eifert will take on the Browns in Week 14, who he had 53 yards and three touchdowns against in a single game last season.
Dwayne Allen's three-touchdown spectacular on Monday Night Football put him back on the radar, but it could just as easily be fellow tight end Jack Doyle making plays in Week 14 against the Houston Texans.
Jason Witten was held without a reception for the first time since 2008 on Thursday against the Minnesota Vikings, but will try to bounce back this week against a New York Giants defense that he burned for a season-high nine receptions and 66 yards back in Week 1.
Coby Fleener has nine receptions for 145 yards over his past two games and faces a Bucs defense on Sunday that’s allowed four or more receptions to tight ends in each of the past four weeks.
Ryan Griffin is a viable tight end threat, who has caught touchdowns in two of the previous three games entering Week 14 against the Indianapolis Colts, who rank 27th in receiving defense.
Cameron Brate could see his role continue to expand against the Saints in Week 14 if Doug Martin and Adam Humphries can’t go after turning in a season-high in yards while pulling in six receptions and a touchdown last week.
Greg Olsen now has six-straight games of fewer than six receptions and 60 yards after six games in a row with more than those totals, but faces a Chargers defense on Sunday that allowed more than 14 standard fantasy points to Cameron Brate last week.
Ladarius Green will be up against the Bills in Week 14, a defense that’s given up three touchdowns to opposing tight ends over their last five games.
C.J. Fiedorowicz and Ryan Griffin have become big targets for the Houston Texans, but they cannibalize each other's opportunities, so choosing one or the other will be tough in Week 14 against the Indianapolis Colts.
Antonio Gates was held out of the end zone for the second straight game in Week 13, but gets a great matchup Sunday against a Panthers defense that's given up nine TDs to opposition tight ends.
Delanie Walker has a tough Week 14 matchup against the top-ranked pass defense of the Denver Broncos.
Dennis Pitta will have a Monday matchup with the Patriots after posting more than 59 yards for the first time in 10 games with his huge performance last week.
Kyle Rudolph has not scored in three straight games despite seeing 25 targets, and faces an uphill battle for a touchdown Sunday against a Jaguars defense that has allowed just three opposing tight ends to score through 12 games.
Lance Kendricks caught two of five targets for only 13 yards last Sunday against the New England Patriots in a game where he essentially split time with rookie Tyler Higbee, but he hopes to bounce back a bit this Sunday against an Atlanta Falcons defense that ranks 29th in the NFL against opposing tight ends.
Will Tye caught two of four targets for 22 yards last Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, giving him only six catches for 46 yards in his last three games and making him a risky play on Sunday against a Dallas Cowboys defense that held him to three receptions for 16 yards in the season opener.
Austin Hooper has just three receptions for 16 yards over his past three games and faces a top-six defense against opposing tight ends this week in the Rams.
The tight ends pendulum is swinging toward Dwayne Allen (three TDs in Week 13), but Jack Doyle remains a viable red-zone target for quarterback Andrew Luck in Week 14 against the Houston Texans.
Travis Kelce topped 100 receiving yards for the third straight game in Week 13, but could struggle to make it four in a row Thursday against a Raiders defense allowing under 60 yards a game to tight ends.
Eric Ebron has not scored since Week 1 entering a matchup with a Bears defense that had allowed an opposing tight end to score in three straight games prior to last Sunday, but have only allowed one tight end to top 50 yards all season.
Julius Thomas has missed the last two weeks due to a back injury, leaving him questionable for Week 14 against the Minnesota Vikings, who rank 17th in yards allowed to tight ends.
Gary Barnidge will have a Sunday tilt against the Bengals after failing to surpass 23 yards in any of his last four contests.
Martellus Bennett has been surprisingly disappointing in the absence of Rob Gronkowski with just six catches for 40 yards and zero touchdowns over the last three games, and will face a Baltimore Ravens defense on Monday night that's allowing just 222 passing yards per game in 2016.
The injuries at tight end have opened up an opportunity for Neal Sterling, who had five catches for 43 yards last week, but your fantasy team is going nowhere if you're considering him for a starting spot in Week 14 against the Minnesota Vikings, who rank fourth in receiving defense.
Ben Koyack's playing time has increased over the past few weeks due to injuries to Marcedes Lewis (calf) and Julius Thomas (back), but doesn't figure to merit much attention in Week 14 against the fourth-ranked receiving defense of the Minnesota Vikings.
Sims has 10 catches for 112 yards and a touchdown over his last three games, though the Dolphins face one of the top passing defenses in the form of the Arizona Cardinals this upcoming weekend.
A.J. Derby appears to have surpassed Virgil Green as a pass-catching option in the Broncos' offense, but will still see minimal targets Sunday against a Titans defense allowing 55.3 receiving yards a game to tight ends.
Charles Clay missed last week's game due to personal reasons, but had just 55 receiving yards combined in the four previous games, and he'll look to get back on track against the Steelers in Week 14.
Jared Cook has just four catches and 26 yards in his last two games entering a contest with a Seahawks defense that has allowed opposing tight ends to score just twice all season.
Richard Rodgers has only two catches in his last two games while sharing snaps with Jared Cook, and faces a Seahawks defense that has allowed only two tight ends to score all season.
Clive Walford hasn't seen more than four targets in a game since Week 2, and now faces a Chiefs defense Thursday allowing only 41.1 receiving yards per game to tight ends.
Hunter Henry has received only six targets over the last three games, but has upside Sunday against a Panthers defense that's given up nine TDs to opposition tight ends this season.
Daniel Brown has only 37 yards in two games since taking over for the injured Zach Miller, and is unlikely to breakout against a Lions defense that has struggled against tight ends over the year, but has allowed a touchdown to just one tight end over the last seven weeks.