What a comeback for a couple of guys last week. Jordan Reed led all tight ends with 30 fantasy points (11 receptions, 72 yards, 2 TD). Unfortunately he's on the bye this week, but for owners it's nice to see that he hasn't missed a beat since returning from injury. Eric Ebron also had a strong showing after coming back from a knee injury. The Lion's tight end went for five catches, 89 yards and a score. He's against a tough Chief's defense, but he should be in your lineup this week.
BYE WEEK: Buffalo, Jacksonville, Philadelphia, Washington
I touched on the Pittsburgh offense in my WR rankings yesterday, but will mention it again in terms of Heath Miller. Miller was a non-factor with Big Ben on the sidelines, but that should change going forward. With Roethlisberger now back under center, Miller should get the targets he's used to seeing. He moves up from a top-25 bottom feeder into my top-15. He is reliable target for Big Ben and should get a much bigger workload this week.
I was under the impression that Antonio Gates would play last week and Ladarius Green would be a sneaky play. But after being ruled out just before kickoff, Green took over the top role and did great (4 receptions, 45 yards, 1TD). Now this injury looks like it could be multiple weeks for Gates. He did not practice on Wednesday, according Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union Tribune. If he's inactive again, pin Green for another solid outing, even against a really tough Raven's defense that has allowed the third fewest points to tight ends this season. Keep an eye on his status.
When your offense scores 41 points in one half, you expect everyone to get a cut of the action, but that wasn't the case for Miami's Jordan Cameron. Despite the Dolphins offensive explosion, he finished with a disappointing two catches for 23 yards. However, I don't expect this trend to continue. This Miami offense has been revitalized after making changes to the coaching staff. Cameron should become much more involved moving forward as this offense looks to keep posting high scores.
Last quick point: Don't start a Colt's TE this week. I don't like their time share and I especially don't like their matchup. If I had to pick one I'd roll with Coby Fleener, but I don't think he will amount to much this week. Look elsewhere, you can do better.