Dolphins vs. Bills: Fantasy football projections featuring Brian Hartline, C.J. Spiller, Daniel Thomas

Jared Wickerham

We break down the pertinent fantasy projections for the Week 11 matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills host the Miami Dolphins to open Week 11. Fantasy football is closing in on the playoffs, which means every week ends up that much more important. To help you prepare your fantasy football lineup for Week 11, we've got game-by-game player projections courtesy of numberFire.

Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins remain a fairly weak fantasy option on offense. Their defensive unit is solid, but on offense, their value lies in only a few specific areas. Reggie Bush is an option, but Daniel Thomas is cutting into his time, and one has to wonder how long Bush remains valuable. Thomas is not a great value yet, but could be an intriguing keeper option.

In the passing game, Brian Hartline and Davone Bess remain the best options, although they are much better in PPR leagues. In standard leagues, Hartline is a little bit more valuable than Bess, but not by much.

Buffalo Bills

The Bills are scuffling along, thanks in part to an inconsistent offense. The Bills have some serious upside on offense, but they can't find any consistency. C.J. Spiller is emerging as the best running back option, particularly given his use in the passing game. Stevie Johnson also provides some value in the passing game, but again, consistency is a problem.

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