Saturday, May 11, 2024

Miami Dolphins 2024 Fantasy Football Projections

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Below you will find our 2024 fantasy football projections for the Miami Dolphins.

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Tua Tagovailoa535.5369.54391.127.5813.123185.30.31270.11
Mike White46.629.6330.91.961.

Tua Tagovailoa: While he has a concerning history of concussions, Tagovailoa was able to play a full 17-game schedule in 2023 and led the NFL in passing yards (4,624). In a high-powered offense with elite receivers (Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle), Tua should finish as a top-12 option as long as he stays healthy. Given that he has averaged only 13 games per year and lacks any rushing upside (7.2 YPG), he should be drafted as a QB2 to pair with a higher-upside (but more volatile) option.

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De'Von Achane144.1691.75.7634.9295.11.9162.09
Raheem Mostert153.7714.75.3828.9212.51.4147.85
Jaylen Wright42.7187.91.171294.40.745.45
Jeff Wilson Jr.28.8126.70.787.456.70.328.52
Alec Ingold1.
Salvon Ahmed8.535.

De'Von Achane: Achane was inactive for six games and played only six or fewer snaps in two other games. Using only the nine games in which he played more than 10% of the team's offensive snaps (Weeks 3-5 and 13-18), Achane trailed only Christian McCaffrey in fantasy PPG (all scoring formats). During that same span, his 983 YFS trails only CMC (1,069) and Breece Hall (986) despite a big gap in touches. He also tied for first during that span in touchdowns (11) as well.

Raheem Mostert: Relatively healthy over the past two seasons (32 combined games including the playoffs), Mostert is coming off a career year. The (now) 32-year-old back rushed for 1,012 yards and a league-high 18 touchdowns in 2023 and added 25 receptions for 175 yards and three touchdowns. While it's highly unlikely that he performs as a top-five fantasy running back across all scoring formats like he did last year, it's very likely that he'll outperform his 2024 ADP/rankings with another year of good health.


Tyreek Hill113.7159610.25.323.90.21281.3
Jaylen Waddle77.81071.96.43.2160.13186.87
Odell Beckham20.4247.91.500043.99
Malik Washington19.6250.31.300042.63
Braxton Berrios18188.9100033.89
River Cracraft4.251.90.40009.69
Erik Ezukanma2.433.10.20005.71

Tyreek Hill: Through two seasons in Miami, Hill has amassed 238 catches for 3,509 yards and 20 touchdowns with an additional 47 rushing yards and a score. Per PFF, Hill led qualified receivers in yards per route run (3.82) in 2023, and only Nico Collins (3.10), Brandon Aiyuk (3.01), and Justin Jefferson (2.91) were within one yard of him. (Hill led the NFL with 3.07 Y/RR in 2022 as well.) While he turned 30 in March, there's little reason to expect (much of) a slowdown as he runs it back with Tua Tagovailoa and Mike McDaniel in 2024.

Jaylen Waddle: Despite missing three games and setting career lows in targets (104) and receptions (72), Waddle once again eclipsed the 1,000-yard mark. As the 1B to Tyreek Hill's 1A, Waddle should be drafted as a mid-tier WR2 with some upside.

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Jonnu Smith27.1311.7200056.72
Durham Smythe7.873.20.500014.22
Jody Fortson7.275.60.500014.16
Julian Hill3.435.40.20006.44

Jonnu Smith: Even though he set career highs in receptions (50), targets (70), and receiving yards (582) in 2023, it's unlikely that Smith — or any Dolphins — will command enough volume to be useful in standard-sized fantasy leagues.

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