Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill has cleared the COVID protocol and is ready to face the Steelers on Sunday, according to multiple reports. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that the team is also expected to activate TE Travis Kelce from the COVID list today but that he has not yet cleared the protocol. The move is "in case" he clears Sunday before game time. Continue to plan as though you won't have Kelce in your fantasy football lineup.
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 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.
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