The Miami Dolphins are 3-0 heading into Foxborough against an angry Patriots team, Which Dolphins should you Start, Sit or Add?
Dolphins you should start
Danny Amendola- After only having 11 receptions for 100 yards through the first 3 games, expect Danny to have a good game against his former team. Danny knows the patriots defense very well after practicing and playing with them for years. He has potential for a breakout performance against a New England team that ranks 23rd in Pass Defense.
Ryan Tannehill- Number 17 has had a great start to the season and played well his past 11 starts while winning 10 of his last 11 games. He has 7 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions through the first 3 games, Tannehill is making great throws, moving around in the pocket and getting everyone involved. With a healthy Devante Parker back expect Ryan Tannehill to continue his great start.
Dolphins you should sit
Albert Wilson- With a healthy Devante Parker back in the lineup don’t expect Wilson to have the impact he did last week consistently. Wilson has great big play potential but I wouldn’t count on him to put up big fantasy numbers every week due to the fact Wilson has only had 500+ yards and 2+ TD only once in his 5 year career.
Dolphins Defense- In the past 3 years Tom Brady has 12 touchdowns and only 3 interceptions against the Miami Dolphins. With home field advantage and his back against the wall expect Tom Brady to have a good game against the Dolphins while targeting his favorite Target in Rob Gronkowski.
Dolphins you should add
Jakeem Grant- The 3rd year wideout is finally breaking onto the scene with his speed and agility both on the outside and in the slot. After only bringing in 13 passes and 2 touchdowns last season He has already caught 9 passes and 2 touchdowns. Jakeem is very dangerous every time he touches the ball and is a good pick up in leagues for a Flex or Backup Wide receiver.
Kenyan Drake- After only 1 rushing touchdown through the first 3 weeks expect Kenyan Drake to get more opportunities and more running holes due to the Miami Dolphins passing attack at the moment. Drake should benefit from a better offense then last year and more red zone opportunities through out the season.