Brian Hartline puts in low-key fantasy performance against Bills

Tom Szczerbowski

Brian Hartline wasn't the leading receiver for the Dolphins this time around. We break down the fantasy implications.

Ryan Tannehill had a new favorite target in Week 11. Brian Hartline only caught four passes for 49 yards on seven targets against the Bills, finishing second in each category behind Davone Bess.

Hartline fumbled early in the first quarter, which may have affected the amount of looks he saw throughout the night.

Fantasy Impact: He caught another 20+ yard catch at the end of the fourth quarter when the Dolphins were trying to mount a comeback, but Hartline was flagged for a questionable pass interference call. Regardless, this was another uninspiring performance from the man who put up 253 yards in one game earlier this season.

Hartline is best kept as a PPR option. He'll have a tough time next week against the Seahawks' physical corners.

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