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Each week, we take a look at the Miami Dolphins, and what players you should be playing in your fantasy football league. This week, that's a look at the Dolphins ahead of their game against the Dallas Cowboys. Who should you start>
Ryan Tannehill, quarterback - The Dolphins' starting quarterback snapped his streak of two no-touchdown games with a two-touchdown performance against the Philadelphia Eagles, but it did not translate to a great day in fantasy. The Cowboys defense has been stout against quarterbacks when it comes to fantasy points allowed, so this is not going to be an easy game for Tannehill. Tannehill is probably not someone that needs to be placed in the "sit" category, but he is probably not a "must start" either. The Dolphins' quarterback could have a big game, but he could score you just 12-15 points as well. Conditional Start.
Lamar Miller, running back - Tannehill's performance this week may be dependent on Miller's performance. If the Dolphins are able to get the running game started early, Tannehill will have a better day. The Dolphins should attack the Cowboys on the ground, which is where the weakness in the defense is, with running backs scoring over 20 points on average. Miller should be showcased in this game, and he should score you plenty of points. Start.
Jay Ajayi, running back - Ajayi is going to start to see some additional carries, but he is not quite ready to be a fantasy impact. Picking him up off waivers and stashing him on your bench, however, might be a good move. Sit - Pick up on waivers.
Jarvis Landry, wide receiver - At this point, Landry is just about always a must start. He is clearly Tannehill's favorite target, and has been targeted at least 10 times in six of the team's nine games thus far. He is a PPR monster, and he is going to get you fantasy points in standard leagues as well. Start.
Rishard Matthews, wide receiver - Matthews is such a hard read. He leads the Dolphins in yards, but has not caught a touchdown since Week 7. If you are looking for a bye week fill-in, Matthews is probably a great choice. He could be your flex play as well. There's always a chance that Matthews breaks out a big game. He cannot be trusted to be your WR1 or WR2 yet, though. Conditional Start.
Jordan Cameron / Dion Sims, tight end - The Dolphins tight ends have been non-fantasy-factors this year, which is strange given the interim head coach is a former tight end himself. Both Cameron and SIms have struggled with injuries this year, so that may be a part of the problem. Whatever the case, do not play either tight end until they prove themselves - and you can probably afford to cut Sims - and consider cutting Cameron - at this point. Sit both.