WR - MIA - OUT
Will Chan Gailey's reputation of highlighting slot receivers benefit someone like Wilson, who's been the Dolphins slot receiver when healthy, or will it be Mike Gesicki? Wilson has been efficient with his targets over the years, but has never received enough of them to be consistent in fantasy. With DeVante Parker and Preston Williams healthy, it's hard to see Wilson topping his career high of 62 targets in 2019.
Wilson's shown flashes of his talent here or there, but he's not going to see enough work to be a consistent weekly option for your fantasy lineup.
Albert Wilson remains the least inspirational starter in the league. There's not many leagues that should be rostering a player with so little upside.
Wilson has played 16 games just once in his six-year career, and has never topped 43 catches, 554 receiving yards, or four touchdowns. So long as Ryan Fitzpatrick is under center, the Dolphins offense has a chance to be frisky, but Wilson is unlikely to be the beneficiary. There's little reason to consider him on draft day.