Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, Charles Clay fantasy days fall victim to team's struggles Sunday

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No one on the Dolphins could get anything going in Sunday's game as the team was shut out. We break down the fantasy implications.

Miami Dolphins wide receivers Brian Hartline and Mike Wallace both came into Sunday's game on a relative hot streak, while tight end Charles Clay entered off of his worst game of the season. The whole lot of them have to think it can get better after the entire team struggled to do much of anything in Sunday's 19-0 loss to the Buffalo Bills.

Hartline, with two catches for 53 yards, was the team leader in yardage, with 50 of his 53 coming on a single connection with backup quarterback Matt Moore, into the game in the fourth quarter after starter Ryan Tannehill was injured. Wallace had four catches for 38 yards, while Clay had four catches as well, for only 32.

Fantasy impact: "Disaster" is basically the kindest word you can use to describe the Miami Dolphins' game Sunday, and it spread across the entire roster as a strong Buffalo defense rolled over the Dolphins. Against a slightly easier defense (the New York Jets) in Week 17, the Dolphins can't possibly struggle as much as they did Sunday, though the entire roster is pretty tough to trust in fantasy at this point.

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