1. Travis Kelce KC @ PHI
2. Darren Waller LV @ LAC
3. George Kittle SF vs SEA
4. TJ Hockenson DET @ CHI
5. Kyle Pitts ATL vs WAS
6. Rob Gronkowski TB @ NE
7. Mark Andrews BAL @ DEN
8. Logan Thomas WAS @ ATL
9. Mike Gesicki MIA vs IND
10. Noah Fant DEN vs BAL
11. Dallas Goedert PHI vs KC
12. Robert Tonyan GB vs PIT
13. Tyler Higbee LAR vs ARI
14. Jared Cook LAC vs LV
15. Jonnu Smith NE vs TB
16. Hunter Henry NE vs TB


Another week, another Travis Kelce top ranking. The matchups continue to be pristine, and the Eagles play defense to try to eliminate the deep ball, bringing more targets underneath and to Kelce. 

Watch the injury report for George Kittle, as this matchup and the desire for the 49ers to control the ball makes Kittle a solid play this week.  

TJ Hockenson let you down last week, but should still get good run as the Lions top pass catcher as the team caught a lot of heat after the Week 3 game plan that only saw TJ get two targets despite the strong matchup. 

Kyle Pitts, on a pivotal series in the red zone was wide open twice and Matt Ryan threw the ball miles over his head both times. He is open. The talent is on film. This is a great matchup for Ryan and Pitts to get on the same page, so I am going to ride it. However, if Ryan blows this game, I will have to drop Pitts down until a new QB emerges in Atlanta. 

Hard to turn away Rob Gronkowski, back in New England, with Tom Brady, in a prime-time game. However, Antonio Brown is back and ready to re-assume his target share, and Curtis Godwin and Mike Evans are ready to roll as well against a Patriots defense that forces team to run more than pass. 

Logan Thomas plays every snap and has a great matchup against the rudderless Falcons – do not overthink things here.  

Mike Gesicki was running routes as a WR last week and the Dolphins started to go more up tempo and out of the shotgun with Jacoby Brissett, meaning you are going to roster a WR in a TE space in a good matchup for that role. 


Jason Walker