Fantasy football: Five TE options to replace Gronk

So you lost Rob Gronkowski, but you've managed to survive to play another week in your fantasy football league playoffs. Now what?
Hopefully, since you started the year without Gronk, you kept the other tight end on your roster that you used early in the season. If you didn't, here are five lightly owned tight ends who might be able to help you out these last two weeks.
Charles Clay, Miami, owned 68% Yahoo leagues
The least available of the bunch, but the most trustworthy as the No. 5 scoring TE in standard leagues. He has 7 catches in each of the past 2 weeks for 177 total yards and has at least 6 receptions for 80 yards in three of the last four, with 3 TDs in that span.
Garrett Graham, Houston, owned 37%
He had a nice line of 8 catches for 73 yards and a TD versus the Jaguars this past week, who are terrible against tight ends. He gets an OK, match-up with Indy in Week 15 and a plus match-up with Denver in Week 16.
Delanie Walker, Tennessee, owned 32%
A popular pick-up a few weeks ago, many teams dropped him after a 1 catch for 5-yard performance in week 13 when he suffered a concussion and he was out again this week for a plus match-up with Denver. As long as he returns healthy, he has match-ups against two of the worst teams against fantasy tight ends the next two weeks -- Arizona in Week 15 and Jacksonville in Week 16.
Brandon Myers, New York Giants, owned 31%
My least favorite of these five, I hate his match-ups the next two weeks (Seattle, @ Detroit), but he has at least 3 catches in four straight games and a touchdown in each of the last three, so he's earning Eli's trust in the red zone.
Dennis Pitta, Baltimore, owned 11%
With no fanfare at all, Pitta returned from a preseason hip injury and grabbed 6 balls for 48 yards and a touchdown in his first action of the season in Week 14. The fact that he's available in 90 percent of leagues is crazy. He's Flacco's security blanket -- especially in the red zone -- and even if you didn't lose Gronk, he's a guy you should strongly consider picking up.

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