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Podcast: October 16 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 6 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by Fantasy Index Weekly and RotoWire.  more »


Mailbag: October 9, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is now the perfect time to trade DeVante Parker? David Johnson's underused pass-catching skills. Is Matt Ryan cooked? Brandin Cooks worries, and more. more »


Fantasy News: Thursday night recap

There are 223 regular season games left on the schedule, and most of them will be more noteworthy than what we saw last night from the Dolphins and Jaguars. Nonetheless, every time teams take the field, we learn a little about them, and this one was no different.  more »


Factoid: DeVante Parker

The Dolphins are in New England this week, which is a tough matchup, or at least was a year ago. The Patriots have shed a lot of defensive talent since then, while Miami should be improved. But New England's secondary still looks pretty daunting, a cautionary note for those hoping to start DeVante Parker.   more »


Fantasy News: Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins tend to be regarded as a team on the rise. They seem to have the right coach, and they finished strong last year. But I’m cooler on Miami’s offensive players than most.   more »


Factoid: Albert Wilson

I saw a blurb go by indicating that Albert Wilson agreed to take a pay cut. Not surprising. He was due to make $9.5 million, and no team would want him at that price tag.  more »


Factoid: Wide Receivers

I saw the blub go by on the weekend, speculating about Phillip Dorsett as a deep threat, and it caught my eye. He’s only 5-foot-10, and typically with receivers having success on longer passes, I think about them being taller guys.  more »



Dolphins lose two receivers to concussions

Miami Dolphins wide receivers DEVANTE PARKER and ALBERT WILSON both left Sunday’s game against the New York Jets due to concussions in the first half. Parker came into the game enjoying a career year but his injury likely proved costly to both the Dolphins and his fantasy owners.

Source: Team Blog

Mailbag: December 6, 2019

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Previewing the best defenses for Weeks 15-16. What's wrong with Alvin Kamara? Using Eli Manning as a Hail Mary playoff quarterback. Shutdown cornerbacks, bad weather, upside rankings and more. more »


Podcast: December 3 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Aaron Bland and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 13 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by DraftKings.  more »



Parker leads Dolphins with career game

Miami Dolphins wide receiver DEVANTE PARKER had six catches for a career-high 151 yards in Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Parker had nine touchdowns in his first four seasons in Miami combined. After Sunday’s game against the Eagles he has 6 touchdowns already this season.

Source: Miami Sun-Sentinel

Podcast: November 5 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Aaron Bland and Justin Eleff work the waiver wire after Week 9 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by RotoWire.  more »

Factoid: Preston Williams

In the first full week of the preseason, Preston Williams was the player who surprised me the most. He wasn’t even drafted, but he looks like he might be Miami’s most productive wide receiver.   more »



Dolphins add WR Hurns

The Miami Dolphins signed wide receiver ALLEN HURNS on Friday, just days after he was released by the Dallas Cowboys. Hurns said he’s 100 percent healthy, adding that he was clearedMore in the spring after his 2018 season ended with a foot injury in January. Hurns will look to earn a roster spot in a Dolphins wide receiver corps that includes KENNY STILLS, DEVANTE PARKER, JAKEEM GRANT, ALBERT WILSON, and BRICE BUTLER. Less

Source: Team Website

Factoid: DeVante Parker

DeVante Parker will always be a former first-round pick. The Dolphins selected him with the 14th pick of the 2015 draft. But four years in, it looks safe to file away any hopes or expectations that he’ll ever develop into a difference-making type of wide receiver.   more »


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