Mike Wallace questionable, but should play for fantasy owners

Mike Ehrmann

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace is questionable for Sunday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace is listed as questionable for the team's Week 11 matchup against the San Diego Chargersaccording to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. Wallace is dealing with a hamstring injury and has missed some practice time this week. He was a limited participant on Thursday.

Wallace didn't appear on Wednesday's injury report, and it's unclear if he sustained the injury in practice. He has 40 catches for 495 yards through nine games this season. He has just one touchdown on the season and has certainly been inconsistent throughout the year.

Brian Hartline is the team's leading receiver with 534 yards. The Miami offense has struggled in general, but losing Wallace would be a big deal. That said, it doesn't sound likely that he'll miss any time.

Fantasy Impact: Wallace has been ineffective for fantasy owners this season, but he's still got potential. He's one of the most skilled receivers in the league when he's on the money and the Chargers don't have a strong pass defense. Fantasy owners should keep him in the lineup right now, but watch out for a surprise inactive designation on Sunday.

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