TEs to start in Week 6:
Austin Seferian-Jenkins (vs. Patriots): Austin Seferian-Jenkins had another solid game last week. Jenkins is becoming more involved in the Jets offense with the lack of weapons they have. Jenkins has scored 31.7 points the last three weeks which is very solid (especially when TEs are such a toss up in fantasy). He also squares off with the Patriots who allow the 3rd most points to TEs.
David Njoku (vs. Texans): I was going to put David Njoku in my under the radar TEs but I don’t think I’ll be doing an under the radar TE category anymore just because the inconsistencies of TEs. Njoku has become a nice touchdown-dependent TE like most good ones in the league. Njoku is very athletic, has scored in three-of-five games this season and goes up against a Texans team that allows the 6th most points to TEs.
TEs to sit in Week 6:
Jared Cook (vs. Chargers): Jared Cook has been a little consistent this season. He’s grabbed at least three receptions in each game, which is nice because he at least hasn’t posted a big fat zero at any point this season. Despite all that, the Chargers aren’t good at most things but they are good at stopping the TE. They allow the 4th least amount of points to TEs.
Eric Ebron (vs. Saints): Eric Ebron saw himself get booed last week against the Carolina Panthers. Detroit Lions fans are growing impatient in Ebron who continually fails to show why he was drafted in the first round. Ebron had a nice game Week 2, scoring 15.2 points, but has scored just 12.1 points there after. It’s time to find another TE to replace him.