Check out These Fantasy Football Start or Sit Tight Ends for Week 8
Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles
The Arizona Cardinals allow the 12th most fantasy points to opposing tight ends, so Ertz makes a reputable start in Week 8.
— Matt Lombardo (@MattLombardo975) October 23, 2014
Scott Chandler, Buffalo Bills
Chandler stands a good chance of producing better than normal points in Week 8 against the New York Jets who have let seven TE scores slip by and allow the fifth most points to the position.
Charles Clay, Miami Dolphins
In Week 8, Clay faces the Jacksonville Jaguars who rank fourth-worst in stopping tight ends. With Ryan Tannehill playing incredibly well as of late, a TE2 case could be made for Clay this week.
Jared Cook, St Louis Rams
Cook plays against the Chiefs in Week 8 who’ve allowed six touchdowns to tight ends in six weeks, making him a potential TE2 for the week.
Dwayne Allen, Indianapolis Colts
Allen has another opportunity to score in Week 8 against eh Pittsburgh Steelers who currently allow the seventh most fantasy points to opposing tight ends.
Jordan Cameron, Cleveland Browns
What has he done for anyone lately? Cameron, who has been absolutely awful this season, faces the Raider in Week 8 who have only allowed three touchdowns to be made by tight ends this year and rank eighth-best in defending the position.
I will never start Jordan Cameron again. I will never start Jordan Cameron again. I will never start Jordan Cameron again.
— Michael Fabiano (@Michael_Fabiano) October 19, 2014
Delanie Walker, Tennessee Titans
Usually a decent start, Walker looks like as sit in Week 8 with a rookie quarterback under center and a Texans defense who’ve only let two TE scores this season.
Jason Witten, Dallas Cowboys
Witten, with only one lonely touchdown, just isn’t getting any love these days from Tony Romo, making him practically a non-factor who you should sit in Week 8