6 Miami Dolphins Players Who You Should Draft in Fantasy Football

Here is a list of players on the Miami Dolphins you will want on your fantasy football team next year.

1. Dan Carpenter - Dan Carpenter is a great kicker who is very consistent. Proof of that is him making the Pro Bowl last year. He rarely missed kicks last year and averaged almost two field goals made per game last year. He made 25 out of 28 field goals last season.

Carpenter also made every single one of his extra point kicks except for one that was blocked. He made 37 extra pointers last season.

If you are looking for a solid late-round pick, then Carpenter would be a very smart idea.

2. Brandon Marshall - Brandon Marshall will change the entire Miami Dolphins offense next year. Adding him was the best thing the Dolphins could do, for their organization and for you if you draft him.

Marshall has gotten over one hundred catches in the last two seasons and expect the Dolphins to pass to him heavily because he is finally the big time receiver they have been searching for.

Definitely go after him in the first round because he is a very talented player and anyone who knows about fantasy football knows about Brandon Marshall. He was explosive last year, and he will be again this year.

3. Ronnie Brown - Brandon Marshall will change the entire Miami Dolphins offense next year. Adding him was the best thing the Dolphins could do, for their organization and for you if you draft him.

Marshall has gotten over one hundred catches in the last two seasons and expect the Dolphins to pass to him heavily because he is finally the big time receiver they have been searching for.

Definitely go after him in the first round because he is a very talented player and anyone who knows about fantasy football knows about Brandon Marshall. He was explosive last year, and he will be again this year.

4. Ricky Williams - Some people may not agree with this pick because Ricky is a second string running back on a team that will probably be a pass-first offense next year.

But, he is still worth it. If Ronnie Brown is injured, which is a very likely event, then Ricky can step in and run. He did it last year and had a really great second half of the season.

Also, you know the Dolphins will use Ricky a lot even if Brown is healthy just because that is how they operate. Trust me, Ricky will be worth the pick. Look for him late in your draft and be sure to pick him up.

5. Chad Henne - Chad Henne is a QB that most fantasy players will overlook. That will be a mistake on their part that you can capitalize on. Henne now has all of the weapons he needs for a break-out season.

He will probably be available later in the draft, so be sure to pick him up as your backup QB. He will be a great choice, because of all of the tools he now has at his disposal.

6. Davone Bess - A lot of people probably won't agree with this, but trust me. Bess got a lot of catches last year, and he will get even more this year.

Defenses will be so distracted trying to cover Marshall that Bess will be open a lot. And, you can be confident that he will catch is because Bess rarely drops passes.

Bess will be available late in your draft, so be sure to spend a late pick on him. He will be a very consistent player next year.



A lot of these players will be available for you to pick up, unless you are playing with other Dolphins fans. Then, you want to make sure you pick them up before other Miami fans, because you know they will be looking for these same players, too.

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2 comments:

Riverdog said...

Am I the only one that comments ?

In the leagues I play Miami won't have a player that goes in the first round. Marshall would be the closest one. If Ronnie Brown were not coming off another injury he would go before Marshall.

My guess is Marshall will go in the second round behind LJ and maybe A Bolden. We are a 10 team league that goes heavy with RB and QBs first.

RW went in the 8th round last year and was FA in the other league. I don't see him moving before the 5th round this year, and Carpenter will go near the next to last round of 16 rounds.

It will be interesting trying to remember this post after our draft this year, to see if I am correct.

Paul S. said...

Just save the link Riverdog, and you can come back and see how you did.