The Miami Dolphins host the Seattle Seahawks at 1:00 PM ET in a critical Week 12 matchup, and fantasy points may be hard to come by with two strong defenses facing off. To help you prepare your fantasy football lineup for Week 11, we've got game-by-game player projections courtesy of numberFire.
The big headliner here is Marshawn Lynch. The entire offense runs through "Beast Mode" and he should have another fine day at the office. Russell Wilson is slowly but surely growing as a starter, but he's still too inconsistent to be trusted on a weekly basis in fantasy. Sidney Rice and Golden Tate are appealing WR3 options if Wilson has a good game. Outside of Lynch, this offense is full of "boom or bust" types. Start them at your own risk.
Not a single player on the offense is projected for double digit points, and for good reason--the Dolphins face one of the best defenses in the league. Brian Hartline and Davone Bass in particular will suffer, going up against the aggressive, physical corners. Reggie Bush has lost more and more playing time to Daniel Thomas, and his early-season hot streak is now a distant memory. Ryan Tannehill has hit the rookie wall after a promising start. This offense is struggling and things won't get any easier this week. None of these players are inspiring fantasy starts.