Dolphins Fantasy Rankings, Projections, Analysis for Every Player

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  • See our experts' fantasy rankings, projections and analysis for every relevant Miami Dolphins player.

Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh Rosen are still competing to secure the starting role under center, but the weapons at running back and wide receiver look largely similar to 2018.

Who will start Week 1? Do any receivers offer value? What else should we expect from this offense in 2019?

Our analysts rank all their key players by scoring format, project their season-long stat lines and analyze their overall outlooks heading into the season.

Dolphins Fantasy Rankings, Projections

Ryan Fitzpatrick, QB

  • Pass: 158 comp | 254 att | 62 comp% | 1,828 yds | 11.6 TDs | 8.6 INTs
  • Rush: 28 car | 121 yds | 1.2 TDs

Josh Rosen, QB

  • Pass: 167 comp | 282 att | 59.3 comp% | 1,881 yds | 11 TDs | 9.1 INTs
  • Rush: 16 car | 59 yds | 0.5 TDs
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Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports. Pictured: Kenyan Drake

Kenyan Drake, RB

  • Rush: 150 car | 664 yds | 4.6 TDs
  • Rec: 48 catches | 393 yds | 2.7 TDs

Kalen Ballage, RB

  • Rush: 146 car | 636 yds | 4.2 TDs
  • Rec: 26 catches | 185 yds | 0.8 TDs

Kenny Stills, WR

  • Rec: 44.3 catches | 678 yds | 5.3 TDs

DeVante Parker, WR

  • Rec: 43.3 catches | 570 yds | 2.5 TDs

Albert Wilson, WR

  • Rec: 43.5 catches | 572 yds | 3.3 TDs

Mike Gesicki, TE

  • Rec: 37 catches | 362 yds | 2.5 TDs

Note: Projections as of August 22.

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Dolphins Fantasy Outlooks

Chris Raybon breaks down offensive coordinator Chad O’Shea’s playcalling tendencies to forecast who will benefit most.

  • From the moment he was hired, Brian Flores stated that there would be a competition for carries between Kenyan Drake and Kalen Ballage. That shouldn’t come as a surprise; Flores has spent the better part of the last two decades watching Bill Belichick rotate backs and win championships. Drake spent 14.4% of his routes lined up either in the slot or out wide last season and is too valuable a weapon to be smashing into the tackle box 15-20 times a game. In an ideal world, Drake and Ballage would be used in a similar manner to the tandem of Sony Michel and James White last season.
  • O’Shea, the former wide receivers coach of the Patriots, brings with him an Erhardt-Perkins scheme, which allows the skill-position players to not have to make any on-sight adjustments, and thus, hopefully play faster, while relying upon the quarterback to make the correct pre- and post-snap reads. This favors Ryan Fitzpatrick over Josh Rosen, and makes Rosen a prime target for D/STs should he get the nod.
  • Fitzpatrick’s superior processing ability would enable him to get the ball downfield to receivers like Kenny StillsDeVante Parker, and Preston Williams. Fitzpatrick has targeted wide receivers on 70% of his passes over the past five seasons, while Rosen went to the position only 58% as a rookie in 2018.

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