Brian Hartline injury: Active, but limited fantasy value

Larry French

The Dolphins receiver is over 1,000 yards, but has not done much else. We break down the fantasy implications.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline (back) is active on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. Hartline was limited in practice this week and listed as questionable, but is now officially set to start against the Bills in Week 16.

It has been an interesting season for Hartline. The fourth-year wide receiver is over 1,000 yards but over a quarter of his yards came in Week 4 against the Arizona Cardinals, and he has just one touchdown reception. Buffalo is the 31st ranked scoring defense in the NFL, but in its first matchup, Hartline had just 49 yards.

Fantasy Take: Hartline would rate in the WR3 category, almost unheard of for a player that crosses over 1,000 yards after 14 weeks, but he has not done much outside of that huge game against Arizona.

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