|1.||Travis Kelce||KC @ LV|
|2.||Darren Waller||LV vs KC|
|3.||Kyle Pitts||ATL @ DAL|
|4.||Mark Andrews||BAL @ MIA|
|5.||George Kittle||SF vs LAR|
|6.||Dan Arnold||JAX @ IND|
|7.||Dalton Schultz||DAL vs ATL|
|8.||Dallas Goedert||PHI vs DEN|
|9.||TJ Hockenson||DET @ PIT|
|10.||Pat Freiermuth||PIT vs DET|
|11.||Mike Gesicki||MIA vs BAL|
|12.||Hunter Henry||NE vs CLE|
|13.||Tyler Higbee||LAR @ SF|
|14.||Logan Thomas||WAS vs TB|
|15.||Tyler Conklin||MIN @ LAC|
The top two tight ends face off in Vegas this week, with Kelce and Waller going at it. The Chiefs are adjusting to teams taking away the deep ball, and seemed to be getting used to it, meaning Kelce is still going to get volume.
George Kittle finally look healthy and proved it by lighting up the Cardinals in Week 9. In Week 10, he gets a Rams squad ranked in the bottom 5 against the pass.
Dan Arnold has made a splash in Jacksonville, leading the team in targets with 17 in the two weeks since the Jaguars’ bye week. Against a tough Colts run defense, Arnold will continue his target mania and is an excellent streaming pickup.
Keep an eye on the Miami injury report, but if there is no DeVante Parker and Preston Williams again, then the target volume should continue to be aimed towards Mike Gesicki, who is fourth among tight ends in targets.
Pat Freiermuth is taking advantage of the Ben Roethlisberger short pass festival happening in Pittsburgh this season. The absence of Juju Smith-Schuster, who was soaking up all the short yardage throws have opening things up for the young tight end to emerge.
If Logan Thomas is active this week, he is in an excellent position to join teammates Terry McLaurin and JD McKissic in trying to keep up with Tampa Bay through the air.