Tannehill was a star in arguably the biggest game of his young career, throwing for 312 yards and three touchdowns in last week's win over the Patriots. I have him as a low-end QB1 this week.
Miller had 61 yards on 15 carries last week. Unless those touches increase, he won't be better than an RB3.
Thomas had just five carries a week ago and cannot possibly be trusted in Week 16.
Wallace is a strong play given his hot streak and the fact that the Bills have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to receivers this year.
The Bills have allowed the fifth-most fantasy points to receivers this year, making Hartline a decent play in deep leagues.
Clay got just two targets last week, catching one for six yards. Write it off as an anomaly and get him back in your lineup.
Sturgis made his only field-goal attempt last week and is now 26-for-34 on the season.
The Dolphins got burned by the Patriots a week ago, but this is a much better matchup. They're worthy of being started in fantasy leagues.
EJ Manuel is hurt and sidelined, so Lewis gets the start. He should not be trusted against a Miami team that has allowed the seventh-fewest fantasy points to quarterbacks this year.
Jackson picked up 80 yards on 17 carries last week. He's a low-end RB2 against the Dolphins.
Spiller got just 13 carries last week, but he managed to pick up 67 yards. He's not trustworthy enough for me.
Woods caught five passes for 82 yards and a touchdown last week. Miami allows the seventh-fewest fantasy points to receivers.
Chandler didn't do much with a solid matchup last week. He should be off your radar.
Carpenter made two of his three field-goal attempts last week and is now 27-for-30 on the year.
The Bills lead the league in sacks this year while the Dolphins have allowed the most. That's a good recipe for a streamed defense.
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