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Dec 4, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 13, 2022 2 31 16 0 3
Nov 6, 2022 1 3 3 0
Oct 30, 2022 3 38 20 1 9

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2022 24 269 11.21 4 0.00
2021 73 780 10.68 2 0.00 925.4
2020 53 703 13.26 6 0.00 1067.1
3y Avg. 59 684 11.59 4 0.00 925.8
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Fantasy News

  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Can't secure lone target

    Gesicki failed to haul in his only target during Sunday's 33-17 loss to the 49ers. Gesicki very nearly converted his only target into a critical fourth-down conversion with roughly six minutes left on the clock in the fourth quarter, but it was overturned after a coach's challenge determined he didn't maintain control of the ball. The athletic tight end has logged back-to-back one-target games since Miami's bye, and he's gone above 50 receiving yards only once this season. Fantasy managers will hope from more out of Gesicki versus the Chargers in Week 14, but he has a dangerously low floor.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: TEs to Sit

    Gesicki didn't have a catch in Week 12 against Houston on just one target, and he's combined for six PPR points in his past three games. He'll pop up with the occasional good performance here and there, but he's not worth trusting heading into Week 13 at San Francisco. The 49ers haven't allowed a tight end to score a touchdown since Week 6.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Held without a catch

    Gesicki failed to secure his only target during Sunday's 30-15 win over the Texans. Meanwhile, No. 2 tight end Durham Smythe turned his only target into a four-yard touchdown, the only score Tua Tagovailoa threw before exiting Sunday's blowout win early. Tagovailoa has excelled at distributing the ball efficiently, and he connected with nine different targets for completions versus Houston, solidifying the reality that Gesicki's fantasy floor has bottomed out. The athletic tight end is still a big-play threat, but with just three catches in his last three games, it will be difficult for fantasy managers to rely on Gesicki heading into a Week 13 matchup against the 49ers.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Only two catches in blowout win

    Gesicki secured two of three targets for 31 yards during Sunday's 39-17 win over the Browns. Gesicki has surpassed 50 receiving yards in only one of his 10 appearances this season, and Sunday's win was a reminder to fantasy managers that the athletic tight end's floor is worrying due to a passing offense that runs through wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. It was Trent Sherfield (5-63-1) who capitalized on complementary target opportunities Week 10, and while Gesicki will remain involved when the Dolphins return from their Week 11 bye, the tight end's fantasy results may not be desirable in contests where he doesn't score.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: TEs to Sit

    The Browns have been phenomenal against opposing tight ends all season, and Gesicki should have another disappointing game this week. Cleveland has allowed just one touchdown to a tight end this year, which was Hunter Henry in Week 6. Otherwise, the Browns have limited Pat Freiermuth, Kyle Pitts, Gerald Everett, Mark Andrews and Hayden Hurst to eight PPR points or less in each outing. Gesicki has three games with at least 12 PPR points this season and six games with five PPR points or less. I don't have high expectations for him against Cleveland in Week 10.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Near invisible in Week 9 win

    Gesicki secured one of two targets for three yards during Sunday's 35-32 win over the Bears. Gesicki's lack of involvement in a competitive game that saw Tua Tagovailoa attempt 30 passes, surpassing 300 yards with three aerial touchdowns, was a disappointing reminder for fantasy managers that he should be considered a boom-or-bust lineup option. In Sunday's win, Gesicki's most notable play may have been a failure to connect with Tagovailoa in the third quarter, when the Dolphins attempted to convert on fourth-and-6. The athletic tight end will get a chance to rebound Week 10 against the Browns.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    The Bears are down Roquan Smith and Robert Quinn, and this defense should be vulnerable against the Dolphins and Tua Tagovailoa. Dallas just had its tight ends (Dalton Schultz, Jake Ferguson and Peyton Hendershot) combine for nine catches, 90 yards and a touchdown against Chicago, and Gesicki has now scored at least 12 PPR points in two of his past three games. He also has 18 targets over that span, and there appears to be enough volume in Miami for him to produce quality stats alongside Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Gesicki has been one of the best tight ends in the touchdown-or-bust streaming tier, but his minimal usage in general caps any shot of him being a great option. There's also a tiny bit of worry about Jeff Wilson stealing some of Gesicki's touches inside the 10 since he's a physical runner with short-yardage experience. All that said, Gesicki's role lately has been bountiful for Fantasy purposes and shouldn't be ignored. I'd roll with him over Hayden Hurst, Robert Tonyan and Dawson Knox.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Sleeper TEs

    The Bears are down Roquan Smith and Robert Quinn, and this defense should be vulnerable against the Dolphins and Tua Tagovailoa. Dallas just had its tight ends (Dalton Schultz, Jake Ferguson and Peyton Hendershot) combine for nine catches, 90 yards and a touchdown against Chicago, and Gesicki has now scored at least 12 PPR points in two of his past three games. He also has 18 targets over that span, and there appears to be enough volume in Miami for him to produce quality stats alongside Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Finds end zone in win

    Gesicki brought in three of four targets for 38 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 31-27 win over the Lions on Sunday. Gesicki checked in third in receptions, receiving yards and targets on the afternoon, and he brought in his fourth touchdown grab of the season on an 11-yard catch late in the third quarter that proved to be the difference in the game for the Dolphins. The veteran tight end's involvement has picked up over the last three games after an uneven start to the campaign, as Gesicki now has a 12-134-2 line in that span. Gesicki's next opportunity to extend that streak comes against the Bears in a Week 9 road matchup.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Struggles with seven targets

    Gesicki caught three of seven targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 16-10 win over the Steelers. Gesicki failed to capitalize off of last week's two-score performance, crashing back down to earth with a forgettable fantasy line. The seven targets with Tua Tagovailoa (concussion/ankle) back under center was noteworthy, as the duo failed to produce more than four targets in any game both have been active in this season. Gesicki remains a fringe fantasy tight end heading into next Sunday's matchup against the Lions.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: TEs to Sit

    Gesicki was awesome in Week 6 against Minnesota with six catches for 69 yards and two touchdowns on seven targets, but that's only the second time he had more than four PPR points this season. I'm not ready to trust him in Week 7 against the Steelers, especially if Jaylen Waddle (shoulder) is healthy. If Waddle is out then I'll remove Gesicki from this list, and he would be worth using as a low-end starter in most leagues.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Week 7 Waiver Priority List

    If we knew Jaylen Waddle (shoulder) was going to miss Week 7 or beyond then I would have Gesicki as the No. 1 tight end to add. But Waddle appears fine heading into this week's game against the Steelers, so don't chase Gesicki's production from Week 6 against the Vikings. While it was a great game with six catches for 69 yards and two touchdowns on seven targets, it's just his second outing this year with more than four PPR points. In deeper leagues, however, you can buy back into Gesicki as a low-end starter, and he's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB. If the Steelers secondary is still banged up then maybe Gesicki can have quality back-to-back games for the first time all year.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Pair of touchdowns in loss

    Gesicki brought in six of seven targets for 69 yards and two touchdowns in the Dolphins' 24-16 loss to the Vikings on Sunday. The little-used tight end was the surprise recipient of Teddy Bridgewater's two touchdown passes, scoring from four and three yards out in the fourth quarter to make things interesting. Gesicki's usage in new head coach Mike McDaniel's offense has been inconsistent to say the least, and Durham Smythe's (hamstring) inactive status may have certainly helped his teammate's cause Sunday; nevertheless, perhaps the season-best showing will allow Gesicki to continue seeing more opportunities in a Week 7 Sunday night battle against the Steelers.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: TEs to Sit

    Gesicki still has one game with more than four PPR points and three games this season with just one catch. He has yet to top four targets in a game either, and it will be tough to start trusting him now with Skylar Thompson expected to start against the Vikings. Even in deeper leagues, Gesicki has minimal Fantasy value in Week 6 and likely the rest of the year.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Held to one catch

    Gesicki secured one of two targets for 30 yards during Sunday's 40-17 loss to the Jets. Gesicki was working with Skylar Thompson under center for most of Sunday's divisional loss, but when the Dolphins deployed a trick play utilizing the tight end position at the goal line, it was Durham Smythe (hamstring) who scored. Even if one of Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) or Teddy Bridgewater (concussion) are able to retake the field Week 6 against the Vikings, Gesicki's usage makes him difficult to trust for fantasy purposes. He has just one game this season with more than two catches.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: TEs to Sit

    Gesicki just isn't trustworthy yet, even with the potential upgrade with a quarterback change from Tua Tagovailoa (concussion) to Teddy Bridgewater. He had 14 PPR points in Week 2 at Baltimore but has combined for six PPR points in his three other games. Even though this isn't a tough matchup against the Jets, you can't start Gesicki again in the majority of leagues.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: TEs to Sit

    I'm not sure what Fantasy managers are hoping for with Gesicki. He had a solid outing in Week 2 at Baltimore with four catches for 41 yards and a touchdown on four targets. But in his other two games against New England and Buffalo, Gesicki combined for two catches for 7 yards on two targets. He's just not a vital part of the game plan, and Tua Tagovailoa is looking for other options in the passing game, specifically Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle. Gesicki should not be started in most leagues against the Bengals.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Just two catches Thursday

    Gesicki secured two of four targets for 23 yards during Thursday's 27-15 loss to the Bengals. Gesicki's 23 yards actually were his second highest single-game total of the season, which is another harsh reminder for fantasy managers that the tight end's weekly floor has vanished. It's possible that Gesicki could have a higher ceiling during Week 5's divisional matchup versus the Jets, but that also heavily depends on whether Teddy Bridgewater or Tua Tagovailoa (neck/concussion) is on hand to helm Miami's offense.
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  • Dolphins' Mike Gesicki: Barely visible in win over Bills

    Gesicki secured his only target for six yards during Sunday's 21-19 win over the Bills. Gesicki logged a solid Week 2, with four catches for 41 yards and a score versus Baltimore, but in Miami's other two games this season he's combined for just two catches for seven yards. This is an offense that clearly runs through Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle (groin), which leaves Gesicki -- and most of the Dolphins' other offensive playmakers, for that matter -- as risky, boom-or-bust options for fantasy purposes.
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