Player Outlook
Hollins signed with the Raiders this offseason as a reserve receiver, but he's not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. The Raiders have a revamped receiving corps this year led by Davante Adams, Demarcus Robinson, Keelan Cole and Hollins joining Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller. Adams, Renfrow and Waller are locked into their roles, and Hollins will compete for leftover targets. It's doubtful he has a big role, especially since he's never averaged more than 3.5 PPR points per game in five seasons with the Dolphins and Eagles. Ignore him on Draft Day in most leagues.

Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 14 223 15.93 4 0.00 462.7
2020 16 176 11.00 1 0.00 211.3
3y Avg. 13 175 13.46 2 0.00 291.8
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  • Raiders' Mack Hollins: Performing well in training camp

    Vic Tafur of The Athletic describes Hollins as having impressed during the Raiders' offseason program and training camp. Hollins has played well on the field while also providing a positive presence in the locker room with his new team. The offseason addition at wide receiver is likely to secure a roster spot, but earning significant playing time will be difficult unless Hollins beats out both Keelan Cole and Demarcus Robinson for snaps behind Davante Adams and Hunter Renfrow.
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  • Raiders' Mack Hollins: Signing with Raiders

    Hollins agreed to a contract with the Raiders on Wednesday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. The 6-foot-4, 221-pound wideout is coming off a 2021 campaign in which he recorded 14 catches (on 28 targets) for 223 yards and four touchdowns in 17 games. The 28-year-old now joins a Raiders wide receiver corps currently led by Hunter Renfrow and Bryan Edwards. At this stage, Hollins is a candidate to make a run at the No. 3 job, but he'll likely face competition from players not currently on the roster.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Ends campaign without fanfare

    Hollins failed to secure his only target during Sunday's season finale 33-24 win over New England. Hollins ends the 2021 campaign with only one catch in his final four appearances and a total statline of 14 grabs (28 targets) for 223 yards and four touchdowns. The 28-year-old has emerged as a solid reserve red-zone option for Miami, but he's scheduled for free agency this offseason, and a new coaching staff may be inclined to look elsewhere.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Silent in blowout loss

    Hollins failed to secure his only target during Sunday's 34-3 loss to the Titans. Hollins made a 40-yard grab during Week 16's win over the Saints, but other than that he's only recorded five receiving yards since Week 12. Even in the deepest of fantasy formats, it's difficult to imagine viewing Hollins as even a flier during Week 18's regular-season finale against the Patriots.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Can't secure lone target

    Hollins failed to secure his only target during Sunday's divisional win over the Jets. Hollins could have had an opportunity for increased target volume with Jaylen Waddle sidelined Week 15, but he took a back seat to both DeVante Parker and Isaiah Ford. With just three targets in his last three appearances, and Waddle back in action, Hollins can safely be left off the fantasy radar heading into a Monday night matchup in New Orleans.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Scores fourth TD of season

    Hollins caught his only target for a five-yard touchdown during Sunday's win over the Giants. Hollins made the most of his only offensive opportunity Week 13, and he's only seen six targets in his last four appearances. That said, the Dolphins have shown a willingness to deploy Hollins on designed plays in the red zone, which gives him a small niche in especially deep fantasy formats.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: No catches Thursday

    Hollins failed to secure his only target during Thursday's 22-10 win over the Ravens. Hollins couldn't get involved on offense Thursday, even though he played 62 percent of snaps with both Will Fuller (finger) and DeVante Parker (shoulder) sidelined. Fuller reportedly has a chance to return for Week 11, so even in the deepest of formats it may be safe to simply leave Hollins off the fantasy radar.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Finds end zone in win

    Hollins brought in three of six targets for 22 yards in the Dolphins' 17-9 win over the Texans on Sunday. Hollins notched the Dolphins' only touchdown through the air on the afternoon, recording a five-yard scoring grab late in the second quarter. The fifth-year veteran now has touchdowns in two of the last three games, although he's sandwiched those accomplishments around a catch-less effort against the Bills in Week 8. Hollins' next chance to extend his modestly favorable stretch comes Thursday night in a Week 10 home matchup against the Ravens.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Silent in divisional loss

    Hollins failed to secure his only target during Sunday's 26-11 loss to the Bills. Hollins played just three offensive snaps with DeVante Parker back in the lineup, though he also handled 16 snaps on special teams. The 28-year-old stands to see a similarly limited amount of opportunities versus Houston in Week 9.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: First score of season

    Hollins caught two of three catches for 13 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 30-28 loss to the Falcons. Hollins played 51 percent of offensive snaps with DeVante Parker (shoulder) and Will Fuller (finger) both still sidelined, and he translated that opportunity into his first touchdown of the year and the third of his NFL career. It's possible that Miami's receiving corps could still be missing Parker and Fuller for Week 8's road game against the Bills, but even in that case, Hollins can't be considered a reliable enough fantasy asset to warrant consideration in any but the deepest of formats.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Four catches vs. Jacksonville

    Hollins secured four of five targets for 61 yards during Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Jaguars. Hollins had by far his best game of the season with all three of DeVante Parker (shoulder), Will Fuller (finger) and Preston Williams (groin) sidelined. Injuries may allow Hollins to benefit from extra snaps once again in Week 7, when the Dolphins will work to expose Atlanta's questionable secondary.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Headed for extra snaps

    Hollins is expected to take on an expanded role at receiver for the Dolphins during Sunday's game in London against the Jaguars with DeVante Parker (shoulder/hamstring) and Preston Williams (groin) inactive for the contest, Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Will Fuller (finger) also remains on injured reserve, so Miami will be without three of its top four receivers Week 6. Jaylen Waddle is locked in as quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's top target at the position, but it's unclear who among Hollins, Albert Wilson, Isaiah Ford and Kirk Merritt might start alongside the rookie first-round pick. Given that Ford and Merritt were recently called up from the practice squad, Wilson and Hollins would appear to be first in line for reps alongside Waddle, though Kelly notes that Miami is also expected to deploy more two-tight end sets than usual. Hollins drew his first pair of targets of the season in last week's loss to the Buccaneers, recording a 10-yard reception.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Making case for roster spot

    Hollins as put together an impressive training camp and is on the right track for a spot on the 53-man roster, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports. Hollins is competing for one of a handful of depth spots in Miami's crowded wide receiver room, but his acumen on special teams could prove beneficial in securing such a role. The fifth-year pro handled 228 special-teams snaps through 16 contests last season, and he was solid when called upon to contribute on offense.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Returns to Dolphins

    Hollins agreed Tuesday with the Dolphins on a one-year contract, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Hollins is coming off a 2020 campaign in which he caught 16 of his 25 targets for 176 yards and a touchdown in 16 games. The 2017 fourth-round pick is off the fantasy radar in most formats, but his return bolsters Miami's wide-receiver depth. The 27-year-old is also expected to fill an important role on special teams for Miami.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Makes critical catch

    Hollins secured two of four targets for 42 yards during Saturday's 26-25 win over the Raiders. Hollins' best catch of the day came in the form of a 34-yard grab down the left side of the field with just 19 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter, a play which set the Dolphins up for a game-winning field goal. The 27-year-old could handle another expanded role on offense Week 17 if DeVante Parker (hamstring) remains sidelined.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Just one grab Week 15

    Hollins caught one of two targets for eight yards during Sunday's 22-12 win over New England. Hollins played a season-high 96 percent of offensive snaps with both DeVante Parker (hamstring) and Jakeem Grant (hamstring) sidelined, but he was only able to translate his playing time into two looks from Tua Tagovailoa. If the Dolphins' top receivers can get healthy enough to suit up Week 16 against the Raiders, Hollins may find himself back in a reserve role.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Likely to get more work Sunday

    Hollins could be in line for an expanded role in Miami's passing attack Sunday against the Patriots with DeVante Parker (hamstring), Jakeem Grant (hamstring) and Mike Gesicki (shoulder) all inactive for the contest, Cameron Wolfe of reports. In addition to the three inactive pass catchers, the Dolphins remain without the services of another starting wideout in Preston Williams (foot), who's on injured reserve. Those absences leave rookie quarterback Tua Tagovailoa with few options at his disposal, but Hollins and Lynn Bowden probably rank as the most intriguing for fantasy purposes. When Parker, Grant and Gesicki all exited with their respective injuries in the Dolphins' Week 14 loss to the Chiefs, it was Hollins (five receptions for 66 yards on nine targets, 48 percent offensive snap share) and Bowden (seven receptions for 82 yards on nine targets, 71 percent) who stepped up most prominently.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Steps up after teammates get hurt

    Hollins caught five of nine targets for 66 yards in Sunday's 33-27 loss to the Chiefs. Hollins tied Lynn Bowden for the team lead in targets and finished second to Bowden in receiving yards, as Miami had to dig deep into its wide receiver depth chart after losing both DeVante Parker and Jakeem Grant to leg injuries. If Parker, Grant or tight end Mike Gesicki -- who left with a shoulder injury after scoring two touchdowns -- are unable to play against the Eagles in Week 15, Hollins and Bowden will likely continue to soak up most of quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's passing attempts.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Gets ejected in win

    Hollins secured his only target for seven yards in the Dolphins' 19-7 win over the Bengals on Sunday before getting ejected for fighting with 12:07 remaining in the game, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Hollins played a minimal role in the offense before becoming embroiled in a sizable brawl near the sideline following Mike Thomas' premature hit on Jakeem Grant during a punt-return attempt. The fourth-year wideout has at least one reception in five consecutive games, but he's tallied no more than 19 yards in any of those contests.
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  • Dolphins' Mack Hollins: Fourth straight game with a catch

    Hollins secured two of three targets for 19 yards during Sunday's 20-3 win over the Jets. Hollins actually notched season-high marks in terms of catches, yards and targets versus New York, though his impact on offense was still ultimately minimal. He did so while handling the second most offensive snaps (66 percent) of any Dolphins receiver, behind DeVante Parker, perhaps because Jakeem Grant was still feeling the impact of his hamstring injury.
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