Kyle Rudolph owns a robust 87.1-percent (No. 7 among qualified tight ends) Snap Share and has at least five targets in three of his last four games. All signs point to him maintaining this run heading into the fantasy playoffs. He has the trust of his quarterback in the red zone, and touchdowns are key in fantasy.
A real problem for Baker Mayfield is what happens when the Browns hit the red zone, specifically his 40.0-percent (No. 45) Red Zone Completion Percentage. While he might have the occasional game or two with a decent amount of fantasy points, he cannot be trusted and is better left alone as a desperation option.