Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel says WR Tyreek Hill's ankle injury seems more in bumps and bruises that he can work through. It sounds like he’ll be good for Saturday vs. Bills. And LT Terron Armstead had a “successful game experience without a setback” per McDaniel.
It would stink to see Tyreek go down on your fantasy roster in the first week of the playoffs, so we'll keep an eye on him throughout the week. Jaylen Waddle would presumably be the biggest beneficiary in the case of an absence.
MIA WR Tyreek Hill - Week 17 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 17 at New England Patriots
Tyreek Hill had a quiet 100-yard game last week as he finished 4-103 on six targets. He frustrated fantasy owners everywhere as he fell one yard shy of the end zone on a long catch. This week he'll be paired up with Teddy Bridgewater as Tua Tagovailoa has been ruled out. But that shouldn't concern fantasy owners as Hill was QB proof earlier in the year with Bridgewater and even Skylar Thompson. This week, Hill faces a Patriots team he saw all the way back in Week 1 when he finished 8-94 on 12 targets. Despite a new QB, fantasy owners should still like Hill and view him as a must-start WR1 in Week 17.