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Mailbag: September 28, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: How will Cooper Kupp's return affect Puka Nacua. Untangling Miami's jumbled backfield. Kareem Hunt's role with the Browns. And more. more »


Ask the Experts: Who should fantasy teams sell high on?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which fast starter will cool off the rest of the way?  more »



Boy, that escalated quickly…Dolphins route Broncos

Fictional anchorman Ron Burgundy once said “Boy, that escalated quickly…I mean, that really got out of hand fast”. He could have been referring to Sunday’s game between Miami and Denver, whereMore the Dolphins broke the franchise scoring record in a 70 – 20 victory over the Broncos. Miami running backs DE’VON ACHANE (4, 236) and RAHEEM MOSTERT (4, 142) combined for 8 touchdowns and 378 yards of total offense. Dolphins quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA added 4 touchdowns of his own in a game that featured much fantasy goodness. Less

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Mailbag: September 21, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Christian Watson's hamstring. Selling high on Raheem Mostert. And the Red Rifle headed back to the starting lineup. more »


Mailbag: September 6, 2023

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Does the Jeff Wilson injury set up DeVon Achane for greatness? Valuing Travis Kelce. Auction strategies. Defensive strength of schedule. Picking Jonathan Taylor. And more. more »



Miami RB Wilson Jr. headed to injured reserve

The Miami Dolphins placed running back JEFF WILSON JR. on injured reserve on Thursday, meaning he will miss at least the first four games of the regular season. Wilson’s placement onMore IR came as a bit of a surprise, but Miami coach Mike McDaniel called it the result of multiple issues the running back was dealing with toward the end of the summer. With Wilson Jr. out for the next month, RAHEEM MOSTERT and undrafted rookie CHRIS BROOKS are Miami’s lone healthy running backs. Third round draft pick DE’VON ACHANE continues to work his way back from a shoulder injury, but the Dolphins expect him to be available by the season opener. Less


Dynasty Leagues: Devon Achane

Devon Achane screamed up rookie draft boards after being selected in the third round by the Dolphins. At the peak, his ADP was 1.08 (it has since settled to 1.12). Though he was always a well-regarded prospect, he was never going to go in the middle of the first before he became a Dolphin. I get it, Miami’s a flashy spot for a running back – especially a speedster like Achane – but is Achane really worth a first-round pick? I don’t think so.   more »



Dolphins RB Mostert has broken thumb

Miami Dolphins running back RAHEEM MOSTERT suffered a broken thumb during Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, leaving his status for this weekends playoff game against the Buffalo Bills inMore question. If Mostert can’t play, fellow running back JEFF WILSON will likely be the next man up in the Dolphins backfield. Speaking of next man up, quarterback TUA TAGOVAILOA remains in the NFL concussion protocol while fellow signal-caller TEDDY BRIDGEWATER continues to deal with an injured pinky finger. Less

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Around the NFL: Dolphins running backs

There's a story at ESPN suggesting that Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert is iffy for Week 1. This isn't terribly surprising to anyone who's followed Mostert's recent career. From the report it sounds like Mostert possibly had a setback with the knee injury he suffered early last season. It doesn't exactly leave Miami in the lurch, since the team has been signing more running backs than it can possibly roster.  more »



Dolphins RB Mostert expects to play in season opener

Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel said this week that new running back RAHEEM MOSTERT expects to play in the 2022 season opener. The oft-injured Mostert missed nearly all of theMore 2021 season with a knee injury before signing a one-year contract with the Dolphins this offseason. Even if Mostert is ready for Week #1, he will have to compete with several running backs for playing time – including veterans CHASE EDMONDS and SONY MICHEL. Less

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Around the NFL: Sony Michel

Let me dip back into Sony Michel, whom we discussed some yesterday, because additional information is now available. The terms of the contract have been released, adding meaning to the situation.  more »


Around the NFL: Miami Ground Machine

The Dolphins traded for Tyreek Hill and will pair him with one of last season's breakout rookie receivers, Jaylen Waddle, to pass the ball all over the yard. Or will they? Their new head coach comes over from a San Francisco offense that generally emphasized the run, and they've been signing more running backs than they can possibly roster.  more »



Oft-injured RB Mostert ready to roll in 2022

Running back RAHEEM MOSTERT suffered a knee cartilage injury that required season-ending surgery in Week One of the 2021 season. Mostert is a pending free agent and his agent said lastMore week that his client is making a full recovery and is expected to be ready for the coming season. While it remains to be seen where Mostert will be playing, fantasy owners will likely want to proceed with caution given his substantial injury history. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Raheem Mostert

Injury-prone is a word that probably gets tossed around too frequently. Football is violent game where everyone gets hurt on occasion, and there's plenty of luck involved in staying healthy. But I think it can be reasonably applied to some players, which brings us to Raheem Mostert.   more »



49ers RB Mostert out for season

San Francisco running back RAHEEM MOSTERT will have season ending knee surgery following his injury in the 49ers opening game against the Detroit Lions. It was initially thought that Mostert wouldMore need a minor arthroscopic surgery that would have him back on the field within eight weeks. After multiple doctor consultations, it was determined that Mostert would need a surgery requiring a much longer recovery time. In a related move, San Francisco signed running back KERRYON JOHNSON to their practice squad on Tuesday. Less


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