Week 2: Tight Ends

Gronk, Kelce and Witten had great starts to the season.  They’ll play key roles again in week 2.  Jordan Reed played well and Scott Chandler faces his old team in Buffalo.

 (Photo : Getty Images)

(Photo : Getty Images)

1. Rob Gronkowski

2. Jimmy Graham

3. Jason Witten

4. Travis Kelce

5. Greg Olsen

Gronk is special.  Buffalo is good, but who covers him?  Jimmy Graham looks to have a bigger impact in a NFC Championship rematch.  Jason Witten was a huge part of the Dallas Offense.  With Dez out he’s going to have to step up big in Philly.  Kelce made an impact early in Houston and should do the same home Thursday night against Denver.  Olsen was held in check by Jacksonville.  Carolina needs to get him open and he’ll take on a Houston team that Kelce had a good day against.

6. Tyler Eifert

7. Heath Miller

8. Jordan Cameron

9. Martellus Bennett

10. Jordan Reed

Eifert was a beast against Oakland.  He was targeted 12 times and will be a lot all season long.  Jordan Cameron turned in a solid performance.  Jacksonville wont limit him like they did to Olsen.  Miami’s offense has more weapons to deal with.  Jordan Reed was a favorite of Cousin who targeted him 11 times. Seferian-Jenkins was the lone bright spot for Tampa.  Ending the day with 110 yards and two scores.  Winston will try to utilize him a lot in New Orleans after targeting him 7 times last week.

11. Austin Seferian-Jenkins

12. Eric Ebron

13. Ladarius Green

14. Scott Chandler

15. Kyle Rudolph

Seferian-Jenkins was the lone bright spot for Tampa.  Ending the day with 110 yards and two scores.  Winston will try to utilize him a lot in New Orleans after targeting him 7 times last week.

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