Austin Hooper has led the Browns in targets the past two weeks, and in Week 7, he gets a Bengals defense allowing 67.3 receiving yards per game to tight ends, the fourth-highest total in the league.
Eric Ebron will look to rebound from a season-low nine yards his last time out for the Steelers with a Week 7 matchup against a Titans defense allowing 58.0 receiving yards per game to tight ends, the 10th-highest number in the league.
Anthony Firkser broke out with 113 yards and a touchdown last week while top Titans tight end Jonnu Smith exited due to an ankle injury, and Firkser would receive a bump in playing time against the Steelers in Week 7 if Smith can't go.
Darren Fells has capitalized on his role as Houston's top tight end sans Jordan Akins (ankle/concussion) with 142 yards and two touchdowns over the past two weeks, but a potential Akins return in Week 7 against the Packers could put a damper on Fells' production.
Greg Olsen averaged 38 yards over the Seahawks' last three games, and he may not have much upside in Week 7 when he faces an Arizona defense that's yet to allow more than 53 yards to any tight end they've faced.
Tyler Kroft was unable to step into the offensive void vacated by the absence of Dawson Knox in the Bills offense on a night where their offense couldn't quite click heading into Week 7 against the Jets, who allowed two touchdowns to the Dolphins tight ends last week.
Ryan Izzo caught three passes, tied for the second-most on the Patriots heading into Week 7 against the 49ers, who have struggled of late against opposing tight ends, allowing touchdowns in back-to-back weeks.
Drew Sample has yet to score this season for the Bengals, and in Week 7, he gets a Browns defense allowing 52.8 yards per game to tight ends, the 15th-highest total in the league.
Ryan Griffin caught a pair of passes and saw three targets to Chris Herndon's zero as he seems to have jumped Herndon on the depth chart heading into Week 7 against the Bills, who have allowed four touchdowns in their first five games to opposing tight ends.
George Kittle has had massive performances in two of the 49ers' last three games, but he'll have a difficult Week 7 matchup against a Patriots defense that's allowed the fifth-fewest fantasy points to tight ends despite facing Travis Kelce and Darren Waller in their five games.
Logan Thomas has scored twice in six games for Washington, but has less than 50 receiving yards in every game in 2020, making him a touchdown-dependent option against a Cowboys defense in Week 7 allowing the most points in the NFL.
Jonnu Smith left last week's game due to an ankle injury, and even if he's able to suit up in Week 7, Tennessee's top tight end will have his work cut out for him against a Steelers defense that has allowed only 20 catches to tight ends this season.
Tyler Higbee is averaging 32 yards while being outproduced by Gerald Everett over the Rams' last four games, and it could be tough to get back on track in Week 7 against a Chicago defense that allows 48 yards per game to tight ends.
Gerald Everett has been targeted four times in each of the Rams' last two games, resulting in 117 yards and a score, but he'll have a fairly difficult matchup Week 7 against a Chicago defense that allows 48 yards per game to tight ends.
Engram has posted 35 or fewer receiving yards in four consecutive contests for the Giants and will face an Eagles defense in Week 7 yielding just 229.7 passing yards per tilt, which is 12th in the NFL.
Chris Herndon did not see a single target while Ryan Griffin saw three targets as Herndon's slide in the Jets passing game pecking order continues to fall heading into Week 7 against the Bills, who have allowed four touchdowns in their first five games to opposing tight ends.
Darrell Daniels is seeing fewer than two targets per game, and he won't be a recommended fantasy option in Week 7 when Arizona faces a Seattle defense that's allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to tight ends.
Tyler Eifert tried to play through a neck stinger last week but was ultimately removed from the game, and the veteran tight end's limited involvement in Jacksonville's passing game coupled with his extensive injury history make him tough to trust against the Charrgers in Week 7.
James O'Shaughnessy didn't catch a ball in last week's loss despite serving as the Jaguars' top tight end after Tyler Eifert (neck) left the game, so his role in the passing game figures to remain limited in Week 7 regardless of Eifert's status against the Chargers.