Dolphins Beat: Get WR DeVante Parker the ball

On just four plays in the fourth quarter Sunday, Miami Dolphins wide receiver DeVante Parker accounted for roughly 34% of the team's 203 yards of offense.

Those four snaps, spread out over two drives, helped produce both of Miami's touchdowns during its 27-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

Fantasy Impact: 

Parker caught three passes for 70 yards and a touchdown on the drives, including a 42-yarder, the team's longest of the season. The Dolphins and quarterback Jacoby Brissett have often been unwilling to aggressively push the ball downfield this season, and those three catches and the pass interference call were their reward for finally doing so. As the story said, with the Dolphins sitting at 1-3 and the Bucs up next, those plays should also serve as a reminder that Parker needs to be more involved in the game plan. The uncertainty of Will Fuller (finger) could help as well.

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