Tannehill threw three touchdown passes last week, but managed just 5.2 YPA and also tossed two picks. He could be started in a pinch this week.
Thomas carved himself out a role in the offense after running for 60 yards on 12 carries last week.
Miller had just nine carries to Daniel Thomas' 12 last week. This is now a full-fledged timeshare.
Wallace led the Dolphins with 76 yards last week, and has asserted himself as the top receiver on the team. He's the only one I'd trust this week.
Hartline caught six of 11 targets for 69 yards last week, but the Patriots have done well against opposing receivers this year. I'd look elsewhere.
Gibson had five catches for 40 yards and two TDs a week ago, but don't count on that sort of production. He's still the No. 3 receiver in town.
Clay had just one catch last week but he made it count, as it went for a seven-yard TD. He has scored in three straight games.
Sturgis missed his only field goal attempt last week. He has a big leg and should bounce back against the Patriots.
The Dolphins sacked Thad Lewis four times last week, but forced just one turnover and surrendered 23 points. They're a fringe play this week.
Brady is having a dreadful statistical season, posting a shade under 6.0 YPA. We'll have to wait to see if Rob Gronkowski can help get him back in the fantasy spotlight.
Ridley ran well again last week, picking up 50 yards and a TD on 11 carries. Miami has done well against the run this year, but Ridley shoud be started.
Bolden had eight carries and scored a touchdown a week ago. He appears to be the No. 2 behind Stevan Ridley.
Blount got just one carry last week. His 15 minutes are up.
Edelman saw his targets fall off a cliff with Rob Gronkowski back. It will remain that way the rest of the year.
Thompkins caught just two passes for 16 yards a week ago. I'd only consider him this week if my team was decimated by all the byes.
Dobson got seven targets a week ago, but caught just three for 34 yards. He hasn't been able to do much with the opportunity.
Gronkowski finally made his 2013 debut, catching eight passes for 114 yards. You want him in your lineup every single week.
Gostkowski went 2-for-2 on field goals last week and has already made 18 of them in seven games.
The Patriots defense actually played well last week, limiting the Jets to 4.3 yards per play. They could be streamed with confidence against the Dolphins.