Stills will also provide quarterback Ryan Tannehill with an important third down option in the middle of the field to go along with chain-movers like Jarvis Landry and new tight end Jordan Cameron. Having a dependable option with strong hands is critical in important conversion situations. (Source: MiamiDolphins.com)
Fantasy Impact: This was much more than just a contract dump by Dolphins' management, even if dealing Ellerbe included some financial compensation. The offense gets a vertical threat who does have better hands than Wallace, yeah I said it. Can't beat the price tag either: Stills makes about one-tenth of what Mike Wallace was set to make next season. Also, for what Tannehill and the offense likes to do, Stills' skill set is a better fit.
Not sure of what the Saints are thinking, but it's a great deal for the Dolphins, who were going to cut Ellerbe because of his inflated salary. Stills is a very young play maker who enjoyed a 78.8 percent catch rate last season. New Orleans also received a 2015 third-round pick. (Source: Pro Football Talk on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: This could mean the end for Mike Wallace in Miami. Stills is a deep threat and a great play maker whose best days are yet to come.
Kenny Stills had 5 catches for 82 yards on 7 targets on Sunday.
Fantasy Impact: The true breakout season finished nicely for Stills, as he capped a strong second half of the season with another big play. His high usage late this year bodes well for his future as a starting fantasy WR.
Kenny Stills caught 5 passes for 67 yards in Monday's win over Chicago.
Fantasy Impact: Stills had an average game, but not the kind fantasy owners were expecting against a terrible Bears defense. The Saints host Atlanta for the fantasy finals in which Stills remains a WR3 with upside.
Kenny Stills had 5 catches for 67 yards on 7 targets Monday night.
Fantasy Impact: It was incouraging to see Stills back involved after the disaster the previous week, although he did lack his signature big play. Even still, if he can get the targets, he is a solid play each week.
Kenny Stills had 5 catches for 162 yards and a touchdown on Sunday.
Fantasy Impact: Stills has steadily been climbing into fantasy relevancy lately, and Sunday he arrived with a loud bang. His big play ability coupled with increased targets has moved him into a must start going forward.
Kenny Stills had 8 catches for 98 yards on 9 targets Monday night.
Fantasy Impact: By far the biggest game of the year for Stills, he was a part of the offense all night. With Brandon Cooks out, Stills can stay a big part of the passing game and could move into a viable starter during the fantasy playoffs.
Kenny Stills had 4 catches for 32 yards and a touchdown Sunday.
Fantasy Impact: Stills finally got in the endzone which was the lone bright spot for the team. Even still, the four targets are not very incouraging, leaving Stills as an unlikely option going forward.
Kenny Stills had 5 catches for 72 yards on 8 targets in Thursday night's game against Carolina.
Fantasy Impact: Kenny Stills is starting to put together some nice back to back weeks and move into the realm of fantasy relevancy. He had a team high 8 targets and is the biggest-play threat of all the receiving options. With another week like this, he will be moving into the must add list on the waiver wire
Kenny Stills caught 4 passes for 57 yards in Sunday's game against Green Bay.
Fantasy Impact: Stills did not have a patented TD bomb catch. That play went to Brandin Cooks this week. Stills is an all-or-nothing type fantasy player. Fantasy owners should gamble on him only at their own peril.
Kenny Stills had 2 catches for 62 yards on 3 targets Sunday night against the Cowboys.
Fantasy Impact: While Stills flashed his big play threat early in the second half, the 3 targets still showcase his standing as an option in the passing game. Continue to look elsewhere for other options.
In his first action of the season, Kenny Stills caught 3 passes for 25 yards on 4 targets.
Fantasy Impact: The Saints eased him back into the lineup on Sunday coming off an injury, and as expected had a quiet day. Until he can produce more consistently on the field, look for other options in your lineup.
Fantasy Impact: If Stills is healthy, he could be worth a play in deeper leagues against a Browns secondary that gave up a lot of passing yards in Week 1. He wouldn't be worth a start in standard leagues.
Kenny Stills re-injured the quad he has struggled with all preseason during Saturday's preseason game. (Source: Katherine Terell on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: This is bad news for Stills. With the regular season quickly approaching, the injury is something he will likely deal with a year long. Stills was poised for a breakout year. If he misses time, the door will likely open for Brandin Cooks to get some extra snaps. Stills currently has an ADP of 167.
CBS broadcasters said he injured the same quad that made him miss the previous two preseason games and he will not return to the game.
Fantasy Impact: Stills started ahead of rookie Brandin Cooks who also missed some practice time this week with a stomach virus. It will be interesting to see which of these two players will get the most weeks one snaps.
Fantasy Impact: Stills, by all accounts, was in line for a very strong fantasy season. In his 2nd year, Stills was slotted to be the number 2 WR. His momentum was derailed by a quad injury a few weeks ago. He is back at practice and the injury appears to be a problem of the past. Stills is now a solid value pick after plummeting down the ADP charts to 166.
Kenny Stills sat out of Saturdays's practice after suffering a quad injury on Friday. There is no timetable for his return. The injury appears to be minor although Coach Sean Payton said Stills had a similar leg issue a few weeks ago. (Source: Larry Holder on Twitter)
Fantasy Impact: Stills is a fantasy name to monitor in camp. He has talent, speed, Drew Brees throwing him the ball, and now has opportunity this season. Stills is believed to be the Saints No. 2 WR following Lance Moore's departure.