Luke Willson
Seahawks TE Luke Willson scores twice Week 16
Luke Willson, TE, SEA
12/21/2014
News: Seahawks tight end Luke Willson turned in a huge game Week 16 against the Cardinals. 

Willson only caught three passes, but made a huge impact. On his first reception of the game, Willson hauled in an 80 yard score from Russell Wilson. Willson got behind the defense, and was able to outrun everyone once he caught the pass. Late in the game, Willson pulled in a 39 yard reception. Later in the drive, he caught a 20 yard touchdown pass for his second score of the night. Willson finished with a team-high 139 yards. 

Willson will take on the Rams Week 17. 

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Cooper Helfet
Seahawks' Cooper Helfet able to return Week 16
Cooper Helfet, TE, SEA
12/21/2014
News: Seahawks tight end Cooper Helfet was able to return Week 16 against the Cardinals.

Helfet was carted off in the first half with a rib injury. He was initially ruled questionable to return to the contest, but was cleared to return after half time. Helfet returned at the start of the third quarter. 

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Cory Harkey
Rams get offensive contributions
Cory Harkey, TE, STL
12/21/2014
News: Several Rams contributed in their Week 16 loss to the Giants. Among them, wideout Chris Givens caught his only target for a 47-yard touchdown and receiver Stedman Bailey secured two of five targets for 22 yards.

Wideout Tavon Austin ran three times for 25 yards and had a 15-yard reception. Backup running back Benny Cunningham ran once for minus-1 yard and caught two passes for 19 yards. Tight end Cory Harkey made a 1-yard catch.

They'll all finish the season at Seattle.

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Jared Cook
Jared Cook makes five grabs, Lance Kendricks gets fifth TD
Jared Cook, TE, STL
12/21/2014
News: Rams tight end Jared Cook caught five of seven targets for 41 yards in the Week 16 home loss to the Giants. But it was fellow tight end Lance Kendricks who found the end zone, scoring on a 23-yard catch down the seam in the third quarter.

Kendricks, who had two receptions for 35 yards, is up to five touchdowns this season, two more than Cook. This despite the fact that Cook has been targeted 91 times -- 55 more than Kendricks.

They'll both visit Seattle in Week 17.

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Coby Fleener
Coby Fleener does little with seven targets
Coby Fleener, TE, IND
12/21/2014
News: Colts tight end Coby Fleener caught four of seven targets for 36 yards in the Week 16 loss at Dallas. He's been held under 60 receiving yards in three straight games after breaking out for 127 yards and two touchdowns Week 13.

Fleener visits the Titans in Week 17.

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Scott Chandler
Bills' Robert Woods, Scott Chandler catch TDs in Week 16
Scott Chandler, TE, BUF
12/21/2014
News: Bills wide receiver Robert Woods and tight end Scott Chandler both caught touchdowns in Buffalo's 26-24 loss in Oakland in Week 16.

Chandler caught a pass over the middle at about the 10-yard line early in the fourht quarter and outmuscled a defender into the end zone for a 29-yard touchdown that cut his team's deficit to two points. Unfortunately, the Bills were again down by two scores when Robert Woods hauled in a 30-yard touchdown with just 69 seconds left on the game clock, and the team was unable to recover the successive onside kick.

Woods finished the game with seven receptions on nine targets for 52 yards while Chandler managed four receptions on six targets for 37 yards. Both players will square off with the Patriots in Week 17.

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Jason Witten
Cowboys TE Jason Witten makes seven grabs again
Jason Witten, TE, DAL
12/21/2014
News: Cowboys tight end Jason Witten caught seven passes for the second straight game, securing all seven of his targets for 90 yards and a touchdown in the 42-7 win over the Colts. Witten's 25-yard touchdown grab in the third quarter made Tony Romo the franchise's all-time leading passer.

Witten is up to five touchdowns entering Week 17 at Washington.

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Jordan Cameron
Browns TE Cameron goes deep in Week 16 loss
Jordan Cameron, TE, CLE
12/21/2014
News: Except for one play, Browns tight end Jordan Cameron struggled again Sunday in what has been a tough year.

But that one play was a beauty. Cameron got well behind the defense and snagged a bomb from Brian Hoyer, then sprinted into the end zone for an 81-yard touchdown five minutes into the fourth quarter to give his team a brief lead. He finished with three receptions for 87 yards.

It was the longest touchdown of his career. He will try to make more big plays next Sunday at Baltimore.

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Heath Miller
Heath Miller hauls in seven catches in Pittsburgh's 20-12 win
Heath Miller, TE, PIT
12/21/2014
News: Steelers tight end Heath Miller had seven catches for 68 yards in Pittsburgh's 20-12 win over Kansas City Sunday.

It was Miller's highest catch output in four weeks, when he had eight catches for 82 yards against the Saints. 

Miller and the Steelers will look to keep rolling in Week 17 against the Bengals. 

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Jimmy Graham
Saints TE Jimmy Graham registered another 10-TD season
Jimmy Graham, TE, NO
12/21/2014
News: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham become the first player in franchise history with three seasons of three-plus touchdowns during Sunday's loss to Atlanta.

Graham came down with a 4-yard touchdown pass from Drew Brees in the fourth quarter. He was targeted 10 times and finished with six catches for 53 yards and a score in a 30-14 defeat. He moved into second place in franchise history with 51 career touchdown receptions.

New Orleans will face Tampa Bay in Week 17.

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