Travis Kelce

In 2021, The Kansas City Chiefs tight end has 468 receiving yards and four receiving touchdowns so far in the six games he has been involved in. 

Overall, Kelce has played 117 games in his career so far with 8,349 receiving yards and 52 receiving touchdowns under his belt.

Kelce’s performance so far has earned him strong points in fantasy football, making him one of the most favoured tight ends going into Week 7.

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His availability against the Titans remains uncertain though.

Kelce was on the Week 7 injury report and was listed as a limited practice participant on Wednesday.

He suffered a neck injury in the Week 6 win over the Washington Football Team, but whether it is serious enough to put him in danger of missing the Sunday clash is yet to be determined.

Mark Andrews

Andrews plays as a tight end for the Baltimore Ravens and in the six games he has played so far in the 2021 season, he has 468 receiving yards and three receiving touchdowns to his name.

The Ravens tight end 

signed a massive four-year, $56 million contract extension in early September, and so far, he’s held up his end of the deal.

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Andrews has recorded 34 catches so far this season and ranks in the top 10 in the AFC for that category.

Andrews’ 468 receiving yards in six games this year means he’s on track to surpass last season’s total yardage of 701.

Undoubtedly, he is in prime form.

Darren Waller

The Las Vegas Raiders tight end has 378 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns so far this season. 

Waller has played 60 career games and has 2,897 receiving yards with 16 receiving touchdowns, making him one of the top favourites for fantasy football enthusiasts.

Going into Week 7, Waller has been listed as questionable by the Raiders. 

The Pro Bowl pass catcher missed practice Wednesday, then practicing on a limited basis Friday due to ankle and knee injuries.

It remains uncertain if he will be available for the Week 7 clash.

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T.J. Hockenson

Hockenson plays as a tight end for the Detroit Lions and has played 6 games for his side so far.

The 24-year-old has 311 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns to his name, making him a promising fantasy player who shows potential and must be monitored going ahead in the season.

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The start them, sit them question becomes more difficult to answer with Hockenson since he is listed as questionable for Week 7.

Although there aren’t any serious concerns over his availability on Week 7, the team hasn’t confirmed for sure if he’s in.