Last but not least the top TE plays for Week 7.
1. Vernon Davis VS Carolina
2. Tony Gonzalez VS. Cincinnati
3. Kellen Winslow JR. VS St. Louis
4. Jason Witten VS New York Giants
5. Aaron Hernandez VS. San Diego
6. Brent Celek VS. Tennessee
7. Antonio Gates VS. New England *injury risk
8. Ben Watson VS. New Orleans
9. Chris Cooley VS. Chicago
10. Heath Miller VS Miami
11. Zach Miller VS. Denver
12. Kevin Boss VS Dallas
13. Tony Moeaki VS. Jacksonville
14. John Carlson VS. Arizona
15. Todd Heap VS. New England
-Vernon Davis will have his way agains a Carolina team that has been susceptible to the pass all season. Look for very little in the way of resistance from the Panthers here.
-Jason Witten has been solid but not earth shattering yet. The Dallas-New York Giants game will feature lots of passing so he stand a good chance of having his best game of the year this week.
-A good deal of fantasy football owners are feeling very let down by Brent Celek as am I. I really thought highly of him coming into the season but for some reason he hasnt been featured much in the passing game. I think that changes this week as the Titans have given up a good deal of passes to opposing TE’s.
-Kellen Winslow would be a top 5 TE on another team but he is still doing good enough with the passing challenged Buc’s to be viable in fantasy football leagues and the Rams are a good matchup this week.
-I spoke of how Browns TE Ben Watson has been someone worth looking at due to more than solid play for the last month and if you were the unfortunate bunch that owned Dallas Clark, than Watson would make a good fill-in for this week at the very least as the Saints defense has not done a good job this year.
-Keep a close eye on Chargers TE Antonio Gates who stands a 50/50 chance of playing on Sunday due to a toe injury. If Gates plays than you start him. Simple as that.
-Another TE to keep an eye on is Redskins TE Chris Cooley who sustained a concussion last week. Cooley will likely play Sunday but could be limited some.