The Super Bowl MVP had a terrible day against the Bills, throwing a career-high five interceptions. The matchup in Miami is a bad one. Stay away.
Rice was a non-factor in his return a week ago, running for 17 yards on five carries. He should be healthier this week, but the Dolphins will give him a test.
The Ravens ran the ball just nine times last week, and Pierce had four of those carries for seven yards. With Ray Rice presumably a week stronger, you can't trust Pierce.
Smith had a huge day against the Bills, catching five passes for 166 yards and a score. You'll want to start him no matter what.
Brown had four receptions for 34 yards and a TD last week. He's a WR3/4 against the Dolphins if he's healthy.
Clark only caught four passes last week, but he did have nine targets. He's starting to look like a tight end you could use when your regular is on a bye.
Tucker made two more field goals last week, and is now 7-of-9 on the season. He'll be a lot more dangerous if Flacco doesn't turn the ball over.
The Ravens had another nice fantasy day last week, forcing three turnovers and sacking EJ Manuel twice. I don't think the matchup this week is as nice.
Tannehill had an off game in a tough spot, but should bounce right back against the Ravens.
Miller continues to impress, rushing for 62 yards and a TD on just 11 carries. I'd feel good about starting him every single week.
He caught just three of his seven targets for 24 yards and is having serious trouble getting going in Miami. The Ravens know him well from his days in Pittsburgh.
Hartline had just four targets last week, catching three for 34 yards. I think he'll rebound in a winning performance.
Gibson had six catches for 71 yards in the Monday night game against the Saints. I don't love this matchup for him.
Clay caught six passes for 42 yards and a TD against the Saints and has really developed into a steady part of the Miami offense.
Sturgis made his only field goal attempt last week, and is now a perfect 7-for-7 on the year. He's a guy you can trust every week.
There's no shame in getting torched by Drew Brees. The Dolphins are worth starting this week.
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