Tannehill struggled at times against the Falcons, but he tossed the game-winning TD with 38 seconds left in the game. He's maturing right before our eyes.
Miller didn't get much of a chance last week, but he still managed to run for 62 yards on eight carries. He'll get back in the scoring column this week.
Thomas had five carries for 21 yards last week and isn't anything more than a change of pace for Miami.
Wallace busted again last week, catching just two passes for 22 yards. I like him to bounce back, even against the strong New Orleans defense.
Hartline had four catches for 56 yards and a TD last week. He looks like a WR3/4 for the rest of the season.
Gibson caught six of the nine passes thrown his way last week, totaling 49 yards. He's the third receiver on the depth chart, and there simply aren't enough numbers to go around in this offense to consider him in fantasy leagues.
Clay caught four passes for 40 yards. If you're a Rob Gronkowski or Vernon Davis owner, he's a decent insurance policy this week.
Sturgis drilled two field goals last week, including another 50-yarder, his second from at least that distance this year.
The Dolphins held Matt Ryan relatively in check last week. They'll have their work cut out for them against Drew Brees on Monday night.
The Dolphins present Brees with his toughest challenge this season, but I think he'll be plenty up to it in this matchup of somewhat surprising 3-0 teams.
Sproles flashed the bust side of his boom-or-best nature last week, totaling just 56 yards from scrimmage. I'd only consider him in PPR leagues this week.
Given 11 carries last week, Thomas picked up just 28 yards. He cannot be considered a starter in any format.
Colston did well in a tough matchup, catching five passes for 71 yards. It doesn't get any easier this week.
Moore flopped yet again last week, and it's hard not to wonder if he's getting squeezed out of the offense.
Stills had just two targets last week, and really should only be rostered in the deepest of leagues.
There is no stopping this guy. Period.
Hartley made his only field goal attempt last week. Against a strong Miami defense, he'll have more opportunity.
Led by Cameron Jordan, the Saitns defense has been one of the strongest units all year. Get them active this week.
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