Kyle Van Noy
LB - MIA
Week 8 Outlook
Kyle Van Noy is officially inactive for Sunday’s game against the Jets.
Van Noy was not expected to suit up but his official designation should help the Jets’ run game. Consider this a slight bump to Frank Gore and La’Mical Perine.
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero is reporting Dolphins LB Kyle Van Noy (groin) is unlikely to play in Week 6.
Van Noy is expected to miss his first game of the year with a groin injury. With the Dolphins defense trending in the right direction, Van Noy's presence will be a huge loss if he sits.
Kyle Van Noy and the Dolphins agree to a four-year contract worth $51 million. The deal includes $30 million guaranteed, per Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
Van Noy will reunite with former Patriots defensive coordinator Brian Flores in Miami. He totaled 56 tackles (41 solo) with a career-high 6.5 sacks and three forced fumbles across 15 games for the Patriots in 2019. Van Noy bolsters a Miami defense and is a solid option at linebacker for IDP leagues.
Kyle Van Noy had a minimal impact in a 23-17 loss to Kansas City, grabbing just four solo tackles and one assisted tackle.
Van Noy didn't show up on the stat sheet as much as he normally does, but the Patriots as a team were somewhat out of sorts in their second consecutive loss. The perfect cure for their woes comes in the form of a Week 15 game against Cincinnati, so be sure to get Van Noy into your lineups if he wasn't already there.
Kyle Van Noy recorded three solo tackles, one TFL, one sack, and one QB hit against the Texans, as the Patriots lost 28-22.
Van Noy officially has his best season rushing the quarterback with his career-high 6.5 sacks with four games left in the season. Though he hasn't had any monster performances in the last five or so weeks, he also isn't as prone to duds as he was earlier in the season. He's a sack-dependent option when the Chiefs come into Foxborough next weekend.