Through 12 weeks, prior to his PED suspension, Fuller was the No. 5 fantasy receiver (half-PPR). He was on pace for a 77-1279-11.7 season on just 109 targets. It was his first season without DeAndre Hopkins, and Fuller proved he could serve as his team’s primary target and still remain efficient and productive. Fuller will miss Week 1 to close out his suspension, so fantasy owners will need to account for that. He has also missed 5-9 games in each of the last four seasons and was deemed too “injury-prone” prior to last season. Along with Fuller, the Dolphins added Jaylen Waddle with the No. 6 overall pick, so Miami’s receiving room is suddenly pretty deep and competitive. Fuller should be productive when healthy, but given his injury history along with the presence of Waddle, DeVante Parker and Mike Gesicki, he’s unlikely to have WR1-type upside. He’s being drafted as a fantasy WR4, but he’s currently the first Miami receiver off the board.
Sep 17 · 6:32 PM EDT