Brian Hartline
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By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Thu, Oct 16th 5:39pm EDT

Brian Hartline had his streak of making at least one catch in 30 consecutive games going until Sunday's matchup with the Green Bay Packers. Statistically, he failed to make a catch, while in reality his only catch of the day was wiped off the board due to a Dolphins penalty. (Source: Sun Sentinel)

Fantasy Impact: Hartline has led the Dolphins in catches the past two seasons and has led the team in yards per reception in each of his first five, which has made him a popular draft day target in PPR leagues. However, drafting Hartline this year hasn't reaped much benefit. He's currently 4th on the team in receptions (16) totaling 161 yards with one touchdown. At the moment, there are better fantasy options out there.

By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Sun, Sep 28th 11:46pm EDT

Brian Hartline caught 6-of-7 targets for 74 yards, leading all receivers in both categories. Hartline has made a reception in each of his last 30 games extending a two-year streak. He now has 275 career receptions, the 9th most in franchise history. (Source: Dolphins.com)

Fantasy Impact: Hartline was PPR friendly today as Tannehill spread his 23 completions amongst nine players with Hartline as the main beneficiary. This was Hartline's best game of the season in receptions and yards. He was targeted eight times vs Buffalo. It's likely Hartline is only on deep league rosters, which is appropriate at this point.

By Reginald James, Dolphins Correspondent, Thu, Aug 7th 11:09am EDT

If Hartline amasses 1,000 yards in receiving in 2014, it will be for the third consecutive year - making him the first Dolphin receiver to do so. (Source: Andy Cohen - The Finsiders)

Fantasy Impact: The six-year veteran will be playing with his fourth offensive coordinator in six years. There are lofty expectations for high-volume receptions for all under current coordinator, Bill Lazor. Hartline has traditionally been more attractive in PPR formats than standard leagues. That shouldn't change this year.

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