The Miami Dolphins host the Buffalo Bills in Week 16 with nothing but pride and draft position on the line. It's championship week in the fantasy world, there's no more room for error--choose your matchups wisely. In order to help you set the optimal playoff lineup, we've got player projections courtesy of numberFire.
C.J. Spiller and Stevie Johnson were the only Bills who showed up in last week's drubbing in Toronto. Spiller joined the 1,000 yard club on just 161 carries, for an amazing 6.5 YPC. He's matchup-proof and, barring any Chan Gailey shenanigans, should be good for another 15-20 touches here. Johnson's hamstring is fully healed and he put on a clinic against Seattle's secondary. He too is a must-start this week.
Outside of those two, it's pretty slim pickings here. If you're considering starting Ryan Fitzpatrick, you're probably not in the title game anyway.
With Daniel Thomas done for the year, Reggie Bush should assume a full workload. He has a good chance to go off on Buffalo's miserable defense. The team's thin WR depth took another hit--Davone Bess is out with a back injury and Brian Hartline is questionable. I expect him to play, but it's an iffy fantasy option at less than 100%. Ryan Tannehill remains more valuable to keeper/Dynasty owners than re-draft owners.