Jason Witten, Cowboys - Moving Up
Witten moves up yet again and he's proven to be an integral cog in the new offense. With the absence of Terry Glenn and all the coverage that Terrell Owens commands, Witten is proving to be devastating over the middle on third down.
Dallas Clark, Colts - Moving Up
Always will be a concern that he will disappear in games but so far he's been solid enough to warrant being a fantasy starter.
Ben Watson, Patriots - Moving Up
Watson doesn't do much in the yardage department so far but he already has three scores after three weeks. He actually leads all NFL tight ends in scoring so far this year.
Vernon Davis, 49ers - Moving Down
While Davis finally had a decent game with four catches for 56 yards last week, he still drops a tad just in relation to other tight ends who are doing more than him. He's just a marginal starter until he has a big game or a score at least.
Jeff King, Panthers - Moving Up
While King has not had more than 56 yards in a game this year, he also has never turned in less than four catches or 35 yards so he makes a great bye week filler tight end for you. He even scored last Sunday for the first time.
Donald Lee, Packers - Moving Up
Much like King, Lee has been a constant factor for the Packers albeit never with any big game. He too has one score on the year and with the constant injuries of the Packers, he'll continue to figure in weekly.
Greg Olsen, Bears - Moving Up
Finally got into the game last week and even though he only had one catch, he's someone to keep an eye on this year. The first round pick has spawned much optimism that he will become a big factor in the passing game as soon as he is ready.
Randy McMichael, Rams - Moving Down
Dropping like a rock because the Rams offense is struggling and all the offensive line injuries will mean McMichael has to block a lot more than go out for a pass.