Player Outlook
Ford is a free agent at the time of publication, but even if he signs with a new team prior to Week 1 he has minimal Fantasy value in the majority of leagues. Ford has never been a consistent Fantasy option, and he spent 2021 in Miami where he averaged just 3.1 PPR points per game in 14 games. Keep an eye on where he ends up, but he's not someone to target on Draft Day in most formats.

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 12 161 13.42 2 0.00 282.2
2020 28 276 9.86 0.00 272.7
3y Avg. 21 227 10.81 1 4 0.00 282.8
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  • Colts' Isaiah Ford: Signs with Colts

    The Colts signed Ford on Tuesday. After Miami opted not to offer Ford a second contract this offseason, he'll get another chance with Indy. The 2017 seventh-rounder will face an uphill battle for a roster spot in his new locale as he joins a crowded group of wide receivers headed by Michael Pittman, Alec Pierce and Parris Campbell, with Ashton Dulin, Dezmon Patmon, Mike Strachan, Keke Coutee and DeMichael Harris also in the mix at the position.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Negligible impact vs. Titans

    Ford secured one of two targets for zero receiving yards during Sunday's 34-3 loss to Tennessee. Ford's opportunities were few and far between in a matchup that saw Tua Tagovailoa only throw for 205 yards, with no touchdowns and one interception. Miami's aerial attack flows through Jaylen Waddle (seven targets), Mike Gesicki (seven targets) and DeVante Parker (13 targets), and as long as those players remain available, Ford isn't a candidate for fantasy consideration outside the deepest of formats.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: No targets Monday night

    Ford wasn't targeted while playing 17 of the Dolphins' snaps on offense during Monday's 20-3 win over the Saints. Ford saw a typical snap share (26 percent), but he couldn't garner any looks from quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, who directed most of his attention to Jaylen Waddle (12 targets). Though Will Fuller (finger) is looking increasingly unlikely to play again this season, Ford won't have much of a role in Miami's weekly game plans while all of Waddle, DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson are healthy and available.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Makes three grabs vs. Jets

    Ford caught all three of his targets for 51 yards during Sunday's divisional win over the Jets. Ford stepped up with top wideout Jaylen Waddle out Week 15 on the COVID-19 list, making key plays when targeted by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. In all, Ford has proven himself as a capable reserve option, but with Waddle now back in the fold, he shouldn't be counted on for fantasy production Week 16.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Scores on lone target

    Ford secured his only target for a two-yard touchdown during Sunday's win over the Giants. Ford rewarded anyone brave enough to rely on him for fantasy purposes with a touchdown Week 13, but in the vast majority of formats, he remains off the radar entirely. Through nine games this season, Ford only has eight catches for 110 yards and two scores on 12 targets.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Just one snap Week 11

    Ford was not targeted during Sunday's win over the Jets, in which he only played one offensive snap. Ford didn't contribute on special teams Week 11, so his sole offensive snap was his only contribution in Miami's win. The prior contest, Ford had secured all four of his targets for 84 yards, so it was somewhat surprising to see him almost entirely uninvolved versus New York. As a result of Ford's lack of consistent involvement on offense, even with both DeVante Parker (shoulder) and Will Fuller (finger) sidelined, it's almost impossible to trust him in all fantasy formats heading into a Week 12 matchup against the Panthers.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Best game of season

    Ford secured all four of his targets for 84 yards during Thursday's 22-10 win over the Ravens. Ford did most of his damage with a single 54-yard catch in which he broke free up the sideline, but by any definition Thursday night was his best performance of the season. In his previous five appearances this year, Ford had only turned five targets into two catches for 13 yards and a score. However, with Will Fuller (finger) apparently having a chance to return Week 11, Ford's involvement on offense could soon be reduced.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Scores on sole catch

    Ford secured his only target for a 10-yard touchdown during Sunday's 30-28 loss to the Falcons. Ford handled a slightly increased role with DeVante Parker (shoulder) still sidelined, but he still didn't see enough volume to warrant fantasy consideration Week 8 against the Bills. However, that Ford was able to score on his lone target does highlight the fact that he's a reliable depth piece for Miami.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Officially joins Miami

    Ford signed a contract with the Dolphins on Saturday. Ford was a standard practice squad call-up each of the last two weeks, so this designation always felt likely. The Dolphins have three wide receivers already on injured reserve and could be without DeVante Parker (shoulder) and Preston Williams (groin) entering Week 7.
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  • Isaiah Ford: Returns to practice squad

    Ford reverted to Miami's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Ford was on the field for five offensive snaps and failed to haul in his lone target. He's now appeared in two straight contests and recorded a catch for three yards in Week 5 against the Buccaneers.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Elevated to active roster

    Ford was elevated from the practice squad Saturday. With Will Fuller (finger) and DeVante Parker (shoulder/hamstring) unable to play in Sunday's contest across the pond, Isaiah Ford and Kirk Merritt will act as depth along the team's receiving corps. Ford made his first appearance with the active roster last week but played just three offensive snaps, catching his lone target.
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  • Isaiah Ford: Shifts back to practice squad

    Ford reverted back to the Dolphins' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Ford made his first appearance on the active roster this season, but he played just three offensive snaps and caught his only target for three yards. He may get another opportunity next week, as Will Fuller (finger) is on injured reserve, and DeVante Parker's (hamstring) status for Week 6 is uncertain.
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  • Isaiah Ford: Let go by Dolphins

    The Dolphins cut Ford on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Ford has been a regular on Miami's practice squad since joining the team as a seventh-round pick back in the 2017 NFL Draft, and it's possible he resurfaces there in the regular season. He also appeared in 18 games from 2019-20, with a career-high 28 catches for 276 yards in 10 contests last season. With Will Fuller and Jaylen Waddle having joined the Dolphins this offseason, and Albert Wilson back after opting out, the receiving corps is simply too deep to afford Ford a spot.
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  • Isaiah Ford: Signs with Miami again

    Ford re-signed with the Dolphins on Friday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. A 2017 seventh-round pick, Ford has caught 51 passes in 19 games for the Dolphins, even making a start in Week 17 last year. However, he's looking at a crowded depth chart in Miami, which explains why the team didn't give him a restricted free agent tender at the beginning of the offseason. The Dolphins have since added Will Fuller and Jaylen Waddle, plus they have Albert Wilson and Allen Hurns returning from COVID-19 opt outs. Ford will need a strong camp just to have a shot at making the Week 1 roster.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Ends season with seven targets

    Ford caught three of seven targets for 37 yards during Week 17's 56-26 loss to the Bills. Ford performed to a relatively consistent level in 2020, securing 28 of 44 targets for a career-high 276 yards through 10 games with the Dolphins. He had a fairly uncharacteristic struggle with drops during the season finale, however, though what at first appeared to be his most egregious mistake of the day turned out to have been the result of a Bills' deflection. The 24-year-old is set to become a restricted free agent this offseason.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Signed to active roster

    The Dolphins signed Ford to their 53-man roster Wednesday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. Ford had been elevated from the practice squad ahead of Saturday's win over the Raiders, with the wideout going on to reel in four of five targets for 37 yards. With DeVante Parker (hamstring) still iffy for Week 17 and Jakeem Grant (ankle) potentially out multiple weeks, Ford will now get a permanent spot on the roster. If the two banged-up wideouts end up sitting Sunday against the Bills, Ford could step into a starting role.
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  • Isaiah Ford: Moves back to practice squad

    Ford reverted to the Dolphins' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Ford played a considerable portion of the offensive workload in a win over New England, garnering 54 of 73 snaps while pulling in all three of his targets for 18 yards. Following a mid-season stint with the Patriots, Week 15 marked Ford's first Dolphins appearance since Nov. 1.
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  • Dolphins' Isaiah Ford: Goes for 18 yards against Patriots

    Ford reeled in all three of his targets for 18 yards during Sunday's 22-12 won over the Patriots. Ford had a brief stint with the Patriots back in November, so his matchup on Sunday may technically have qualified as a "revenge game." With DeVante Parker (hamstring) and Jakeem Grant (hamstring) both absent last weekend, and Preston Williams (foot) still on IR, Ford was afforded an opportunity to handle a season-high 54 offensive snaps (74 percent).
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  • Patriots' Isaiah Ford: Won't suit up against Houston

    Ford (coach's decision) is inactive for Week 11, Erik Scalavino of the Patriots' official site reports. Ford was eligible to play Week 10 against the Ravens on Sunday Night Football, but he ultimately did not log a single offensive or special-teams snap during the 23-17 win. New England decided to bring six receivers onto its active roster for a Week 11 road trip to Houston, but the 24-year-old finds himself on the outside looking in.
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  • Patriots' Isaiah Ford: Not part of game plan in Week 10

    Ford didn't log a snap in Sunday's 23-17 win over the Ravens. Ford, who was acquired from the Dolphins on Nov. 3, figures to find his way into his new team's wide receiver rotation (which also includes Jakobi Meyers, N'Keal Harry and Damiere Byrd) in the coming weeks, but until that happens, he's off the fantasy radar.
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