Stills caught both of his targets for 52 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. The 23-year-old made the most out of his targets, as he hauled in a 29-yard touchdown and added another gain of 23 yards to finish second on the team in receiving. Stills remains primarily a deep threat, and his lack of targets from week to week makes him especially touchdown dependent. Miami will travel to take on the Jets in Week 12, when Stills will remain a boom-or-bust fantasy option.
Stills has three catches on five targets for 74 yards Sunday against the Bills. Stills has caught three passes in back-to-back games, and he's still a fairly limited fantasy producer, scoring just one touchdown in eight games this season, while failing to reach 15 receiving yards in four.
Stills had three receptions for 58 yards in the Dolphins loss to New England on Thursday night. Stills was a bigger part of game plan this week as the Dolphins fell behind early forcing the team to throw early and often. Still could've had an even bigger day if not for a couple of drops. One of those drops was on a deep ball that was underthrown or would've gone for a touchdown.
Stills was active for Sunday's win over the Texans, but he did not receive a single target. After dealing with a back injury earlier in the week, it is possible that the Dolphins chose to limit Stills' involvement, due to the blowout nature of the game. Even when healthy, Stills is no higher than fourth in the pecking order for targets and is a risky fantasy play from week to week. However, he still carries big play potential, and could find himself more involved in Week 8 if Miami is forced to air it out versus the Patriots.
Stills (back) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Texans. Stills is out there if you need him this week, though with Jarvis Landry and Rishard Matthews also in the Dolphins' wideout mix, Stills is a hit or miss fantasy option in his growing role as a deep threat in the team's offense.
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