Rob Gronkowski, Patriots @ Saints. As long as Gronk is healthy, he needs to be in your lineups. And, oh look, he's playing the Saints.
Travis Kelce, Chiefs vs. Eagles.
Jimmy Graham, Seahawks vs. 49ers.
Zach Ertz, Eagles @ Chiefs. The Chiefs did well to shut down Rob Gronkowski in Week 1, but no Eric Berry (Achilles') will make shutting down the heavily targeted Ertz difficult.
Greg Olsen, Panthers vs. Bills.
Martellus Bennett, Packers @ Falcons. Jared Cook went off for 76 yards and a TD against the Falcons in the NFC Championship game last year, and Bennett is even more talented.
Delanie Walker, Titans @ Jaguars.
Jordan Reed, Redskins @ Rams. The broken toe is a definite worry, but Reed appeared fine playing through it last week. The numbers weren't there, but at least he was moving around in a seemingly normal fashion. For now, we'll give Reed the benefit of the doubt, even in a tough matchup, but this situation definitely merits watching.
Charles Clay, Bills @ Panthers. Clay easily led the Bills in targets with nine last week, hauling in four for 53 yards and a score. As Tyrod Taylor's only returning receiver, it makes sense that Clay would be leaned on, and that could happen again this week against a Panthers team that allowed the second-most fantasy points per game (FPPG) to tight ends last year.
Kyle Rudolph, Vikings @ Steelers. Rudolph should still see plenty of targets even with Case Keenum under center, but the Vikings' might not see as many red-zone opportunities.
Tyler Eifert, Bengals vs. Texans. With only one target and four yards for Eifert in Week 1, it's easy to understand why many don't want to play him this week. But Eifert is a proven producer, and Week 1 always has a few outlier performances. There's little to like here about the matchup, but Eifert is still a goal-line threat.
Coby Fleener, Saints vs. Patriots.
Evan Engram, Giants vs. Lions. Engram was one of the few players on the Giants who looked good last Sunday night, catching four of five targets for 41 yards. The Lions were brutal against TEs last year, and they were lucky to have a TE touchdown called back by penalty in Week 1. Even if Odell Beckham Jr. plays this week, Engram is in a good spot.
Hunter Henry, Chargers vs. Dolphins. Henry barely even ran any routes on Monday night, often staying in to block when he was in the game for Antonio Gates. Obviously, this is a major concern, but there's a chance the Chargers will try to overcorrect this issue in Week 2. Either way, we're cautiously optimistic, especially with Henry going against a Dolphins team that struggled against TEs last season.
Jared Cook, Raiders vs. Jets. The Jets were bad against TEs last year and bad once again against TEs in Week 1. Cook might be the fourth option in the red zone for Derek Carr, but that's enough to get him on the TE1 bubble.
Antonio Gates, Chargers vs. Dolphins. Sure, Gates played more than Hunter Henry on Monday, but he did little while on the field, catching just two of three targets. We're not yet sold on him as a starting TE.
Benjamin Watson, Ravens vs. Browns. Both Watson and Maxx Williams received one target in Week 1, which is surprising for a Ravens' offense that loves to throw to its TEs. The Browns can't cover the position, allowing the most FPPG last year and two touchdowns to Pittsburgh's Jesse James in Week 1. One of Watson or Williams will make noise this week, but it's tough to know which one.
Julius Thomas, Dolphins @ Chargers.
Cameron Brate, Bucs vs. Bears.
Jason Witten, Cowboys @ Broncos. Witten scored in Week 1, which means he probably won't score again until Week 10. He's never a terrible option because he gets a good amount of targets, but given the matchup and his recent track record, we're not too excited about Witten this week.
Austin Hooper, Falcons vs. Packers. Hooper made the most of his two targets last week, with one going for an 88-yard touchdown. There's upside here, but we want to see Hooper more involved in Atlanta's offense before signing off on him as a TE1.
Zach Miller, Bears @ Buccaneers.
Eric Ebron, Lions @ Giants.
Maxx Williams, Ravens vs. Browns.
25 Jermaine Gresham, Cardinals @ Colts.
Jack Doyle, Colts vs. Cardinals.
O.J. Howard, Bucs vs. Bears.
Jesse James, Steelers vs. Vikings.
George Kittle, 49ers @ Seahawks.