The offensive probables are tight end
The defensive probables are cornerback
With both in the mix, though, it becomes a guessing game of which tight end will hit that 35-receiving yard mark, and which might score a touchdown. And with just three touchdowns between them on the season, it's a guessing game with little value attached to the correct answer.
With both tight ends active, there is little Fantasy value for either. Gresham and Eifert can both be left on the waiver wire in most formats.
Eifert was held without a catch in the first half and came down with a 9-yard reception in the third quarter for his only catch of the day. He was targeted twice. Gresham couldn't do any better as he was targeted twice and finished the game without a catch.
The Bengals will host the Colts in Week 14.
Cincinnati has tried to use its tight ends effectively all season but has fallen short of expectations. Rookie
This could be a game where one of them breaks that seven-point barrier. Gresham plays more than Eifert but Eifert is the one who might see more involvement following the team's self-evaluation during the bye. There is no question he's not being utilized as much as many people thought he would be when the season started. The reality is that neither tight end is worth starting in standard Fantasy play, though Eifert still offers a glimmer of Fantasy appeal in case he gets rolling as the Bengals make a push for the playoffs.
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