We’re probably a little too high on Kyle Rudolph and Jordan Cameron — Cameron might not even play — but that’s the nature of our boom-or-bust projections.
We let the matchups point the way.
The Jets have allowed 15.9 PPR fantasy points to opposing tight ends over the last five weeks. They’ve been bad against tight ends all year and in the last thee weeks as well. Rudolph, and Chase Ford, should also benefit from the emergence of athletic receiver Charles Johnson. I’m going to pair Bridgewater with Rudolph or Johnson in a handful of daily fantasy lineups.
New England allows 70.9 yards per game to tight ends and are a good matchup for quarterbacks. This could be a big week for Antonio Gates.