Sims secured all five of his targets for 34 yards in Sunday's 30-12 wild-card loss to the Steelers.
The jumbo-sized tight end was once again a trusted part of the short passing game, with his five receptions surpassing his total from any regular-season game in 2016. Sims upped his involvement in the offense after Jordan Cameron went on injured reserve in early November with a concussion, and he served as a reliable target for both Ryan Tannehill and Matt Moore. In the process, Sims set a new career high in receptions (26) and touchdowns (four).
Sims wasn't heard from in the regular-season finale as the
Sims caught two passes for 10 yards in Saturday's 34-31 win over the Bills.
Sims was coming off a two touchdown performance against the Jets in Week 15 before his poor showing Saturday. He has yet to have more than 53 yards and four catches in any game this season, most of his value being predicated on his catching a touchdown. Against the Patriots and their No. 1 scoring defense in the NFL, Sims likely won't have much fantasy value in Week 17.
Sims caught all four of his targets for 31 yards and two touchdowns Saturday against the Jets.
Sims was utilized heavily in the red zone, securing a pair of one-yard touchdown passes from backup quarterback Matt Moore. The tight end has scored all four of his touchdowns in the past four weeks.
Sims secured both of his targets for nine yards and a score Sunday against the Cardinals.
Sims practically walked into the end zone on his lone score Sunday and was otherwise barely involved in the offense whatsoever. He remains a touchdown-dependent fantasy option.
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