In fantasy Football, tight ends can sometimes mean the difference between a win and a loss. Jimmy Graham disappointed owners in his fantasy debut, while tight ends Will Dissler and Jared Cook impressed. Let's review the ten best tight ends for week 2 of the fantasy football season.

1. New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski

As long as he's healthy, Gronkowski is the top tight end automatically every single week. He registered seven catches for 123 receiving yards and one touchdown against the Houston Texans. This week, he'll play against a Jaguars defense that the Patriots will need to throw against.

2. Washington Redskins TE Jordan Reed

The Redskins tight end doesn't seem to have lost a step with Alex Smith at quarterback. Reed caught four passes for 48 receiving yards and a touchdown against the Arizona Cardinals. He's still a huge red zone target and remains a top-five fantasy tight end when he's healthy.

3. Green Bay Packers TE Jimmy Graham

Last week, Graham was a total disappointment, catching just two passes for eight receiving yards. Part of that can be attributed to Rodgers' injury, but that performance has to discourage fantasy owners. Fortunately, Graham gets to play against a Vikings defense in week 2 that struggles to cover tight ends.

4. Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce

Kelce was even worse than Graham in week 1, catching just one pass for six receiving yards against the Chargers.

Don't let that discourage you from starting Kelce in week 2 against the Steelers, who will likely key on Tyreek Hill in their week 2 matchup.

5. Philadelphia Eagles TE Zach Ertz

The Eagles tight end had ten targets in week 1, highest among all tight ends except for Jared Cook. He only managed to catch five passes for 48 receiving yards, but he's clearly going to be a huge part of the Eagles offense.

Start him with confidence against the Buccaneers in week 2.

6. Oakland Raiders TE Jared Cook

It's hard to believe that Cook can repeat his nine catch 180-yard performance against the Denver Broncos, but fantasy owners would be happy with half of that production in week 2. It doesn't hurt that the Broncos just allowed over 100 yards and a touchdown to unknown tight end Will Dissly.

7. San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle

The 49ers tight end seems to be the most reliable receiving weapon on the roster, especially after Marquise Goodwin went down with an injury. He had five catches for 90 yards against the Minnesota Vikings and received enough targets to make him a top ten tight end in week 2 against the Lions.

8. Seattle Seahawks TE Will Dissly

Without Doug Baldwin, Wilson has to throw to somebody. Tyler Lockett will likely receive a bunch of targets, but Dissly was the leading receiver last week against the Broncos. He's worth a start without Baldwin playing in week 2.

9. Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph

Rudolph only caught one pass against the 49ers, but it was for a touchdown, salvaging his fantasy day.

The Packers have a tough defense, but the Vikings will likely need to throw in what should be a higher scoring game.

10. Indianapolis Colts TE Eric Ebron

The Colts tight end splits time with Jack Doyle, reducing his fantasy value, but he still managed 11 fantasy points, good for fourth among all tight ends. Ebron's athleticism paired with Andrew Luck makes him a top ten tight for week 2.