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Miami Dolphins

AFC East


Jaylen Wright isn't a great value at his ADP of 139, with an ECR of 192. Consider drafting Khalil Herbert (ADP 182, ECR 137) or Ty Chandler (ADP 152, ECR 141) instead. With 6.2 projected touches per game (5.3 rushes and 0.9 catches), Wright won't be reliable in fantasy. He's behind both De'Von Achane and Raheem Mostert on the running back chart for the Dolphins. The Dolphins have the 11th-best schedule for running backs.

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As the QB12, Tua Tagovailoa is a reasonable starter, but not one worth spending an early draft pick on. Tagovailoa is projected to earn 13.3 of his 261 fantasy points by rushing. Running the bal lisn't how he makes his living. Projected for a 2.0 touchdown-to-interception ratio, Tagovailoa doesn't carry much interception risk.

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De'von Achane is a little overvalued at his ADP of 21, with an ECR of 37. Derrick Henry (ADP 32, ECR 20) or Josh Jacobs (ADP 23, ECR 33) might be a better value. With 12.8 projected touches per game (10.0 rushes and 2.8 catches), Achane has an uninspiring but still valuable workload. He's the top dog among running backs in Miami, with Raheem Mostert and Jaylen Wright behind him. The Dolphins have the 11th-best running back schedule.

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Raheem Mostert is correctly valued at his ADP of 83 as the consensus #74 overall player. With 12.6 projected touches per game (10.9 rushes and 1.6 catches), Mostert will see the ball enough to be relevant in most leagues. He's second on Miami's depth chart, behind De'Von Achane. Miami has the 11th-best running back schedule.

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Projected to carry the ball 1.2 times and catch 0.2 passes per game, Jeff Wilson Jr. is not worth spending a draft pick on. He trails both De'Von Achane and Raheem Mostert on the Dolphins' depth chart.

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Projected to carry the ball 0.0 times and catch 0.0 passes per game, Salvon Ahmed is safe to leave on the waiver wire. He trails both De'Von Achane and Raheem Mostert on the Dolphins' depth chart.

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Projected to carry the ball 0.0 times and catch 0.0 passes per game, Chris Brooks is not fantasy-relevant. He's behind both De'Von Achane and Raheem Mostert on the running back chart for the Dolphins.

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Tyreek Hill is the #1 receiver on the Dolphins, ahead of Jaylen Waddle and Odell Beckham Jr. At #2 in our WR rankings, he's a straight baller. He is projected for 1,484 yards and 9.3 TDs on 106.7 receptions, for 44.7% of the workload for WRs on the Dolphins. Miami has the 5th-worst wide receiver schedule. As the consensus #3 overall player, Hill is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 3.

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Jaylen Waddle is the second-best WR on the Dolphins, behind Tyreek Hill. As the consensus #19 WR, he's an every week starter. He's projected to catch 78.6 receptions for 1,078 yards and 5.3 TDs, which is 32.9% of the total for WRs on the Dolphins. Miami has the 5th-worst schedule for WRs. Waddle is a fair value at his ADP of 41 as the consensus #35 overall player.

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Odell Beckham Jr. is worth drafting at his ADP of 243 as the consensus #255 overall player. Beckham is the #3 wide receiver on the Dolphins, trailing Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. As the consensus #91 WR, he's not really fantasy-relevant. He's projected to catch 46.0 receptions for 675 yards and 4.0 TDs, which is 19.3% of the total for WRs on the Dolphins. Miami has the 5th-worst schedule for wide receivers.

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Malik Washington is not a focus of the the Dolphins' offense as their WR4. Ranked #114 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's not a real fantasy asset. He's projected for 0 yards and 0 TDs on 0 receptions, which is 0% of the total for Dolphins WRs. The Dolphins have the 5th-worst wide receiver schedule. As the consensus #331 overall player, Washington is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 288.

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Braxton Berrios might see limited usage as the 5th-ranked WR on the Dolphins. Ranked #158 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he won't be worth owning in most fantasy leagues. He is projected for 54 yards and 0.3 TDs on 5.7 receptions, for 2.4% of the workload for WRs on the Dolphins. Miami has the 5th-worst schedule for WRs.

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Tahj Washington is the WR6 on the Dolphins. Ranked #163 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's not really fantasy-relevant. He is projected to catch 0 receptions for 0 yards and 0 TDs, which is 0% of the total for Dolphins WRs. The Dolphins have the 5th-worst schedule for wide receivers.

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At rank 36 among tight ends, Jonnu Smith is best left on the waiver wire. Smith is projected for 447 yards and 3.2 TDs on 38.3 receptions. Jonnu Smith is a little overvalued at his ADP of 186, with an ECR of 296. The Dolphins have the 2nd-worst tight end schedule.

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Durham Smythe is projected for just 265 yards and 1.4 TDs on 27.4 receptions. As the consensus TE63, Smythe is not fantasy-relevant. Smythe will be playing behind Jonnu Smith at TE in Miami.

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Alec Ingold might be gone before you can draft him at his ECR of 549, due to an ADP of 274. Consider drafting Samaje Perine (ADP 285, ECR 232) or Zack Moss (ADP 312, ECR 241) instead. With a projection of 0.7 touches per game (0.2 carries and 0.4 receptions), Ingold isn't someone you need to draft. He has some competition on Miami's depth chart in Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert. Miami has the 3rd-best running back schedule.

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As the consensus #17, Mike Gesicki is a low-end option at tight end. Gesicki is projected for a respectable 657 yards and 4.0 TDs on 60.2 receptions. As the consensus #138 overall player, Mike Gesicki is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 132. Miami has the 6th-worst schedule for tight ends.

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Teddy Bridgewater is behind Tua Tagovailoa on the Dolphins' QB depth chart. Without a starting job, he's not really worth drafting.Bridgewater is projected to earn 1.0 of his 13 fantasy points by rushing. It's not really how he makes his living. Projected for 0.5 interceptions compared to 1.2 passing TDs, he doesn't carry much interception risk.

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Cedrick Wilson Jr. is the third best WR on the Dolphins, trailing Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Ranked #96 in our consensus wide receiver rankings, he's probably best left for the waiver wire. He's projected to catch 41.7 receptions for 503 yards and 3.4 TDs, which is 14.9% of the total for Dolphins WRs. The Dolphins have the 3rd-worst wide receiver schedule.

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As the consensus #282 overall player, Myles Gaskin is a reasonable pick at his ADP of 249. Projected to touch the ball 2.8 times per game (2.1 rushes and 0.7 receptions), Gaskin is irrelevant in fantasy. He has some competition on the Dolphins' depth chart, where he trails both Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert. Miami has the 3rd-best running back schedule.

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