Brian Hartline listed as probable for Thursday: Fantasy status safe

Steve Mitchell-US PRESSWIRE

Brian Hartline is listed as probable for Thursday's game between the Dolphins and the Bills. We break down the fantasy implications.

Brian Hartline is listed as probable for Thursday's game between the Miami Dolphins and the Buffalo Bills. Hartline was a full participant in practice throughout the week despite being listed with a knee injury.

Hartline does not appear to be in any danger of missing Thursday's game. He played Sunday against the Tennessee Titans, and caught eight passes for 79 yards despite being listed as questionable on the Dolphins' injury report.

Fantasy Impact: Hartline is a safe fantasy option Thursday. He has been a solid Flex/WR2 the last two weeks, with eight receptions against the Indianapolis Colts and Titans, respectively. The biggest thing holding him back is his lack of touchdowns. He has found the end zone just once this season.

That could change Thursday against a Bills secondary that has given up 18 passing touchdowns on the season. Hartline is definitely worth starting consideration this week.

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