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Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill finished Week 12 with 6 grabs for 85 yards. Jaylen Waddle led the team in targets, but the margin was slim (10 vs. 9 for Hill). Both guys took advantage of a Texans secondary minus top CB Derek Stingley. Hill did miss some time with cramping, but fantasy owners should be pleased with the result nevertheless. He’s now up to 87-1,233-4 in 11 games. Next up is a road matchup at San Francisco.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill led the team with a 26.6% target share in Week 9. As a result, he posted another monster fantasy line: 7 catches, 143 yards and 1 score. Hill continues to create separation with ease. And it’s hard to see a dud creeping up here, as a hyper-accurate Tua Tagovailoa continuously feeds his playmakers. Jaylen Waddle contributed 5-85-1, giving him 85+ yards in 4 straight. Both guys are top-5 PPR WRs entering a Week 10 date with Cleveland.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill put up another monster line in Week 8 against Detroit, this time slashing 12/188/0. Hill saw 14 targets — a 38.8% target share. Tua Tagovailoa again delivered some underthrown deep balls, but Hill continued to make the necessary adjustments. The former Chief is now on pace for over 2,000 receiving yards over a full season. He'll face the Bears in Week 9.

Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa returned Sunday night for his 1st game action since the scary concussion at Cincinnati in Week 4. He completed 21 of 35 passes in the win over the Steelers for 261 yards and 1 TD. Tagovailoa took nary a sack, avoided turnovers and even ran for 15 yards on 4 rushes. WR Tyreek Hill led the offense with 13 targets and 7 catches (for 72 yards), while WR Jaylen Waddle paced the group with 88 yards (on 5 targets, 4 receptions). TE Mike Gesicki drew 7 targets for the 2nd straight game but managed just 3 catches for 27 yards. The whole group gets a high-ceiling matchup at Detroit in Week 8, with solid-to-good spots the next 2 weeks as well vs. Chicago and Cleveland.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill went off for 12 catches and 177 yards in Week 6. Starting QB Skylar Thompson left the game in the 1st half due to injury, putting Teddy Bridgewater back on the field. But it simply didn’t matter for Hill, whose speed overwhelmed the Minnesota secondary. He’s now posted 3 games of 10+ catches as a Dolphin. Week 7 (vs. Pittsburgh) should bring the return of Tua Tagovailoa.

Dolphins WRs Tyreek Hill (quad, foot) and Jaylen Waddle (groin) were full participants in practice all week and are not listed on the final injury report. Both guys should be ready for full-time roles vs. the Vikings on Sunday, although QB Skylar Thompson adds volatility to the situation.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill (quad, foot) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice. It means he'll be good to go for this weekend's game vs. the Vikings. The concern, of course, is that it'll be 7th-round rookie Skylar Thompson under center.

Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel said Wednesday that he plans to start QB Skylar Thompson vs. the Vikings this weekend. McDaniel said QB Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) will be inactive for that one. QB Teddy Bridgewater has a chance to clear concussion protocol by Sunday but would back up Thompson in that case. Thompson is a 7th-round rookie out of Kansas State, where he posted a 62% completion rate and 8.0 yards per attempt across 5 seasons. Thompson had an impressive preseason, ranking 15th among 77 QBs in Pro Football Focus' passing grades. He went 19-of-33 (58%) for 166 yards (5.0 YPA), 0 TDs and 1 INT in relief of Bridgewater vs. the Jets last week. Thompson is just a low-end QB2 for Week 6 and should be considered a downgrade for Miami's skill-position guys.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Dolphins are "optimistic" WR Tyreek Hill (foot) will play vs. the Vikings on Sunday. Hill left last week's loss to the Jets in a walking boot, but it sounds like that was mostly precautionary. We'll get Miami's 1st practice report of the week this afternoon.

Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel was optimistic about WR Tyreek Hill's foot injury on Monday but stopped short of saying that he'll definitely be ready for this weekend's game vs. the Vikings. “He looked pretty good today,” McDaniel said. “He felt all right. He’s a fast healer, but you don’t know for certain that he’ll play Sunday.” We'll continue to keep you updated on Hill's health.

Miami WRs lost their starting QB for the 2nd straight game Sunday, when Teddy Bridgewater left after his 1st snap with a concussion and an elbow injury. Tyreek Hill still managed to catch all 7 of his targets for the game, though he gained only 47 yards. Jaylen Waddle caught all 3 of his targets for 23 yards. We'll see What the QB situation is for Week 6 against Minnesota.

A source tells Pro Football Talk that Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill's foot injury "is not believed to be serious." That's obviously good news and seemingly rules out a long-term absence, but it doesn't necessarily mean that Hill won't miss time. We should learn more on Monday.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill was wearing a walking boot on his left foot after Sunday's loss to the Jets, per ESPN's Marcel Louis-Jacques. HC Mike McDaniel reportedly said that Hill was stepped on late in the game. We'll pass along further updates as we get them.

11:34am EDT 10/9/22

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill (quad) is active for today’s game vs. the Jets. He was added to the injury report on Thursday but was able to get in a limited practice on Friday. There’s some additional risk here, but we wouldn’t bench Hill in this plus matchup.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Dolphins WRs Tyreek Hill (quad) and Jaylen Waddle (groin) are expected to play vs. the Jets today. Both guys carry elevated risk after limited weeks of practice, but you'd need to be stacked at WR to consider benching either guy. Both boast big upside in this plus matchup.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill (quad) is listed as questionable for this weekend’s game vs. the Jets. After being added to the injury report on Thursday, he got in a limited practice on Friday. HC Mike McDaniel said Friday that he’s “very hopeful” Hill will be able to play. We’ll get Miami’s inactives around 11:30 am ET on Sunday.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill was added to Thursday's injury report with a quad and limited in practice. We don't have any other details right now. We'll see what Hill does in Friday's practice and how he's listed on the final injury report.

Dolphins WR Jaylen Waddle recorded 4 grabs for 102 yards in a Week 3 win over Buffalo. He was on his way to busting before catching downfield balls of 32 and 45 yards in the 4th quarter, the latter of which came on 3rd and 22. His 6 targets (on 20 team pass attempts) paced the team on a day that turned up only 39(!) offensive plays. That helped contribute to a dud from Tyreek Hill (2-33), who had an 8-yard catch wiped out on a questionable penalty. Waddle and Hill remain top-15 fantasy WRs moving forward.

Dolphins WR Tyreek Hill is questionable to return to Sunday's game vs. the Ravens with cramping. If this is truly just cramps, there will be no long-term concern. We'll keep an eye on Hill this coming week.

Update: Hill returned in the 4th quarter and promptly scored a 48-yard TD. He's fine.

Tua Tagovailoa's lone TD pass went to WR Jaylen Waddle in Sunday's season-opening win over the Patriots. But that's about all that went against Tyreek Hill. The former Chief claimed 36.4% of Miami's targets and turned those 12 targets into an 8-94 receiving line. We wouldn't bet on Hill staying at that level, but it sure looks like target volume won't be a problem in his new home. Waddle, meanwhile, tallied a 4-69-1 line on just 5 targets, with most of that coming via his 42-yard catch-and-run TD. It's too early to panic on Waddle, but he'll certainly need the gap between his target share and Hill's to close some.

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