Rivers disappointed in a great matchup last week, throwing for just 215 yards and one touchdown against the Broncos. I've got him as a low-end QB1 this week.
The Dolphins allow the second-most points per game to running backs, making Mathews an RB1 this week.
Woodhead should carve up the Miami linebackers, who are not the best in coverage. Consider him a strong RB3/flex play this week.
Allen disappointed against the Broncos, catching just four passes for 41 yards. The Dolphins have allowed the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game to receivers and shut down Vincent Jackson last week.
Brown had another lackluster day against Denver last week and cannot be considered a starter in Miami.
Royal should not be thought of as starting material with the Chargers going up against a strong pass defense in Miami.
The Dolphins allow the sixth-most fantasy points per game to tight ends, making Gates an even stronger play than usual.
Novak made two of his three field-goal attempts last week and is 17-for-20 on the year.
If you're in a bind, you can give the Chargers a whirl this week. The Dolphins are in a tailspin and have allowed the most sacks in the league.
Tannehill has really struggled of late, but the Chargers could help him rediscover his game. They've allowed the fifth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Miller had a whopping two yards on seven carries last week. The Chargers have been decent against opposing running backs this season, making him no better than an RB3/4.
Matthews is the Dolphins new slot receiver and will get a lot of targets as Tannehill unloads the ball while under pressure.
Hartline went for five receptions and 57 yards last week. This statline should forever be known as The Hartline.
Wallace had just four catches for 15 yards last week while teammate Rishard Matthews had 11 for 120 and two scores. Change may be afoot in Miami.
Clay caught four of his eight targets for 21 yards a week ago. He had some juice earlier in the season, but has now put up four straight games with fewer than seven points.
Sturgis made both of his field-goal attempts last week and is now 15-for-20 on the season.
The Dolphins faltered with a great matchup made all the better when Mike James left early due to injury. They're not a great play against an offense like San Diego's.