PFW's late-week fantasy TE tips like Greg Olsen to continue his roll, while Owen Daniels and Brandon Myers should bounce back after down weeks.
Jermichael Finley is back on the rise, while Kyle Rudolph is banged up but has a favorable matchup, according to our fantasy TE tips.
PFW's late-week fantasy TE tips say Jared Cook might be ready to break out, while Jermaine Gresham and Brandon Pettigrew should continue to receive plenty of targets.
The PFW staff likes Antonio Gates and Greg Olsen to have big weeks, while Dwayne Allen could be a sleeper in our late-week fantasy TE tips.
Jermaine Gresham and Greg Olsen have great matchups, while Dennis Pitta could bounce back, according to PFW's late-week fantasy TE tips.
PFW's late-week fantasy TE tips say Dustin Keller and Heath Miller are solid plays, and Jimmy Graham's status should be watched closely.
The Lions' TE tandem of Brandon Pettigrew and Tony Scheffler can be tough for defenses to deal with, the way we hear it.
In the late-week fantasy TE tips, the PFW staff thinks Heath Miller and Dennis Pitta are solid plays, while there might be a sleeper in Oakland.
Lions coach Jim Schwartz addressed the status of OT Jeff Backus, DT Ndamukong Suh and the Lions' late first-round draft pick.
As we head into the offseason, fantasy football owners have some questions about the Lions.
A look at the 2011 NFL standings provides a clue that field-stretching tight ends have become a key ingredient in building a winning team.
Lions WR Nate Burleson is on pace to be targeted slightly less per game than he was a season ago, but lately he's seen an increase in passes thrown his way.
Here's a key matchup to watch in Sunday's game against the Lions.
Detroit has a blue-chip go-to receiver and other capable options in the passing game, and it has a quarterback willing to use all of his options.
PFW executive editor and resident Packers expert Dan Arkush presents the first of five key matchups this week in advance of the Packers' Week 14 game against the Lions at Detroit
Losing QB Matthew Stafford was a huge blow to the Lions' offense, but there are plenty of other things this unit must work on to get better, including TE Brandon Pettigrew's pass catching.
A lot of eyebrows were raised when the Lions landed TE Tony Scheffler and RB Jahvid Best, but the team is still counting on contributions from TE Brandon Pettigrew and RB Kevin Smith.
In addition to the fact that TE Tony Scheffler appears genuinely excited to play for the Lions, the team is happy with the offensive situation it built prior to the draft.
Lions head coach Jim Schwartz is adamant in standing behind his young players, most notably Matthew Stafford, and he's very wise to do so.