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Jets at Dolphins Week 4 inactives could impact fantasy value

The Miami Dolphins and New York Jets have released their inactive lists for this morning's game.

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The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins have released their inactive list ahead of this morning's Week 4 AFC East showdown in London. The game kicks off at 9:30am ET today.

The Dolphins will be without offensive tackle Branden Albert, defensive tackle A.J. Francis, wide receiver Matt Hazel, cornerback Tony Lippett, running back Raheem Mostert, tight end Dion Sims, and guard Billy Turner. Albert will miss his second straight game, and means the Dolphins will likely continue to have offensive line struggles as Jason Fox attempts to hold down quarterback Ryan Tannehill's blind-side. The team will also continue to miss tight end Dion Sims, who sustained a concussion in Week 1 and has not yet been cleared to return.

For fantasy value, losing Albert again could hurt Tannehill's value. The good news for the Dolphins, however, is tight end Jordan Cameron is available this week, giving Tannehill another red zone target and a player who has proven he can get open deep for the offense.

The Jets will be missing guard Willie Colon, tight end Jeff Cumberland, guard Jarvis Harrison, tackle Ben Ijalana, linebacker Jamarl Lattimore, wide receiver Chris Owusu, and cornerback Darrin Walls. The Jets will have the use of Eric Decker, which could be a good sign for New York, but, fantasy wise, I would not recommend using him as his knee is probably not 100-percent yet and he could see minimal playing time.