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Fantasy Points
Dec 3, 2023 11 43 3.9 12 1 10
Nov 24, 2023 20 94 4.7 34 2 21
Nov 19, 2023 22 86 3.9 10 0 8
Nov 5, 2023 12 85 7.1 25 1 14
Oct 29, 2023 13 46 3.5 10 1 10
Player Outlook
Mostert is back with the Dolphins this season, and he could still be the best running back in Miami. But he now has more competition aside from just Jeff Wilson after the Dolphins drafted De'Von Achane in Round 3. Mostert, Wilson and Achane will likely compete for touches, and it could be frustrating if everyone stays healthy. But that's been a problem for Mostert, although he played 16 games in 2022. He finished with a solid campaign, leading Miami in carries (181) and rushing yards (891) while also averaging 4.9 yards per carry, catching 31 passes and scoring five total touchdowns. He also had five games with at least 16 PPR points. But Mostert is 31, and Achane and Wilson will most likely get drafted ahead of Mostert in Fantasy leagues due to perceived upside. Mostert, who could be fantastic value with a late-round pick, may still be the preferred option for coach Mike McDaniel, and if Mostert stays healthy, he might end up as the best running back for the Dolphins again in 2023.

Fantasy Stats

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2023 828 5.11 14 1 21 166 2 18315.3
2022 891 4.92 3 1 31 202 2 1217.6
2021 20 10.00 11
3y Avg. 477 4.97 2 1 16 119 1 607.5
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Fantasy News

  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Finds end zone on quiet day

    Mostert rushed 11 times for 43 yards and a touchdown and brought in his only target for eight yards in the Dolphins' 45-15 win over the Commanders on Sunday. As expected, the Dolphins' passing game took center stage Sunday in a matchup that lined up particularly well on paper, but Mostert was able to salvage an otherwise non-descript day with a one-yard scoring plunge late in the first half. Mostert was eventually outgained by returning rookie De'Von Achane, who got plenty of garbage-time opportunity, but it appears the former remains the top early-down option in Miami's backfield heading into a Week 14 home matchup against a tough Titans run defense on Monday night, Dec. 11.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Good to go

    Mostert (ankle/knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game at the Commanders, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Mostert played through the same injury last week en route to a 20-89-2 rushing line and then managed limited practices this Thursday and Friday. The real threat to his value is the return of De'Von Achane (knee), who was a full participant Friday and also enters Sunday without an injury designation. Mostert is still worth starting in most leagues, as he was productive with Achane in the lineup earlier this season and is facing a Washington defense that ranks 20th in fantasy points allowed to RBs and 23rd in YPC allowed (4.3) to the position.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Limited in return to practice

    Mostert (ankle/knee) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. After missing Wednesday session, Mostert was back on the field Thursday, albeit as a partial participant. Fellow running back De'Von Achane (knee) joined Mostert as a limited participant, and Friday's injury report should provide added clarity with regard to both players' chances of suiting up Sunday against the Commanders. So far, the Dolphins haven't suggested that Mostert is in any danger of being sidelined this weekend.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Back at practice

    Mostert (ankle/knee) returned to practice Thursday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Mostert didn't practice Wednesday, so the running back's return to Thursday's session has him moving in the right direction ahead of Sunday's game against the Commanders. Miami's looming injury report is slated to reveal Mostert's official participation level as he mixed into drills again.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: No practice to start week

    Mostert (ankle/knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Mostert was listed with the same pair of injuries last week and ended up taking 20 carries for 94 yards and two touchdowns in a 34-13 win over the Jets. He'll likely be able to play again this Sunday against the Commanders, though there's a chance he'll have to share some of the snaps at running back with De'Von Achane, who has been listed as a limited practice participant since injuring his knee in a Week 11 win over Las Vegas. Achane sat out the Week 12 victory over the Jets but isn't expected to require another long-term absence.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Adds two rushing TDs, up to 13

    Mostert rushed 20 times for 94 yards and two touchdowns while failing to catch his only target in Friday's 34-13 win over the Jets. With De'Von Achane (knee) inactive for the fifth time in the last six games, Mostert handled 20 of Miami's 33 carries by running backs. He was quiet for most of the game but got going late after New York's defense wore down. Mostert scored from 13 yards out in the fourth quarter, giving him sole possession of the league lead with 12 rushing touchdowns, then bolstered that total with a 34-yard touchdown two drives later. Achane was close to suiting up for Friday's game, so he'll likely be available to split carries with Mostert against the Commanders in Week 13.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Should remain lead back sans Achane

    Mostert is expected to serve as the Dolphins' clear lead back Friday against the Jets while De'Von Achane (knee) is inactive for the contest. In the three games before Achane landed on injured reserve Oct. 11, he and Mostert had been splitting work out of the backfield. Mostert proceeded to see more than 50 percent of the snaps on offense and averaged 13.8 touches while Achane was sidelined over the subsequent four contests, and he then handled a 78 percent snap share and 22 carries - both season highs - with Achane being limited to just three snaps in his return to action in this past Sunday's win over Las Vegas. With Achane back on the sideline for Week 12 and with another running back in Salvon Ahmed (foot) ruled out for the season, Jeff Wilson should step in as the Dolphins' No. 2 option after being inactive last week. Mostert still appears likely to dominate the backfield work for as long as Friday's contest remains competitive.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Set to face Jets

    Mostert (ankle/knee) doesn't carry an injury designation for Friday's game against the Jets, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Though Mostert is managing ankle and knee issues and was listed as limited on Thursday's practice estimate, he'll be available for Friday's contest. Meanwhile, De'Von Achane (knee) is listed as questionable, and if he's unavailable versus New York, Jeff Wilson and Darrynton Evans would be in line to work behind Mostert in Miami's Week 12 backfield.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Remains limited Wednesday

    Mostert (ankle/knee) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Mostert has appeared on both of the Dolphins' first two Week 12 practice reports as a limited participant due to the pair of injuries, but the team seems to be capping his reps as a matter of load management rather than due to any concern about his availability for Friday's game against the Jets. Instead, the status of fellow running back De'Von Achane (knee) -- who was a limited practice participant Wednesday -- appears to be more up in the air than Mostert's as Friday's game approaches. If Achane isn't able to play Friday, Jeff Wilson would serve as the top understudy to Mostert, who carried a season-high 22 times in this past Sunday's win over the Raiders.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Opens week with limited listing

    Mostert (ankle/knee) was listed as limited on Tuesday's estimated practice report, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Like fellow running back De'Von Achane (knee), Mostert had a cap on his reps at Tuesday's walkthrough. Mostert is dealing with the same ankle and knee injuries that limited him during the entirety of Week 11 prep, but they didn't stop him from logging 86 percent of the offensive snaps Sunday en route to 23 touches for 93 yards from scrimmage against the Raiders. There's a chance Achane will be able to play Friday at the Jets, but if he's limited or inactive, Mostert is in line to be the Dolphins' lead RB again in Week 12.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Big workload in Week 11 win

    Mostert rushed 22 times for 86 yards and brought in one of two targets for seven yards in the Dolphins' 20-13 win over the Raiders on Sunday. Mostert took on what was likely a higher workload than expected when De'Von Achane exited in the first quarter with a knee injury. The combination of the rookie's absence beginning in the second quarter, the inactive status of Jeff Wilson and a favorable game script conspired to afford Mostert his highest workload of the season. Mostert also logged his first reception since Week 7, but with head coach Mike McDaniel saying after the game Achane's exit was merely precautionary after he landed on his recently injured knee, Mostert could be back to a more abbreviated touch count in a Week 12 road matchup against the Jets on Friday afternoon.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: No Week 11 injury designation

    Mostert (ankle/knee) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Raiders after being limited in practice this week, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Mostert thus is slated to play through his ankle and knee issues this weekend, and it looks like he'll probably be joined in Miami's Week 11 backfield by De'Von Achane (knee), who the Dolphins list as questionable but is trending toward being activated from IR ahead of Sunday's contest, per Furones. If that occurs, Achane would figure to work in some form of timeshare with Mostert, though even in that context both players would merit fantasy lineup consideration.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Limited again Thursday

    Mostert (ankle/knee) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Despite having the benefit of a Week 10 bye, Mostert's reps are still being managed heading into Sunday's matchup with the Raiders while he tends to a pair of injuries. Mostert has now been limited in both of the Dolphins' first two practices, but if he upgrades to full activity Friday, he should be cleared to enter the weekend without an injury designation. If available Sunday, Mostert will presumably handle his usual starting role, though he could cede more snaps and touches than he had in previous weeks with De'Von Achane (knee) seemingly tracking toward a return from injured reserve this week.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: RBs to Start

    De'Von Achane (knee) is expected to return this week for the Dolphins after being out for the past four games, and we'll see how much he's used right away. I still expect the Dolphins to give Mostert plenty of work, and he should be able to perform like a quality No. 2 Fantasy running back in all leagues. Mostert only has three games this season with fewer than 13 PPR points, and he has a rushing touchdown in consecutive games against the Patriots and Chiefs. The Raiders are No. 8 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs, and five running backs in the past six games have scored at least 13.6 PPR points against Las Vegas. There's plenty of room here for both Achane and Mostert to be dominant at home.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Limited in practice

    Mostert was a limited practice participant Wednesday due to ankle and knee injuries. Fellow running back De'Von Achane was also limited Wednesday in his first official practice since being designated for return from injured reserve after missing the Dolphins' prior four games with a knee injury. The Dolphins should have a good chance at having both Achane and Mostert available after a Week 10 bye, in which case the two running backs would likely split work Sunday against the Raiders. The duo made the timeshare arrangement work for fantasy managers earlier this season, but Mostert's production slipped the past month even with Achane out of the lineup, in part because Miami's offense slowed down overall. A home matchup with Las Vegas certainly offers a nice opportunity for Tua Tagovailoa and company to get back on track.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Not practicing Monday

    Mostert (undisclosed) is not participating in Monday's practice, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Monday's practice is unofficial, so the Dolphins won't release an injury report to confirm Mostert's status, but it's possible he's simply benefiting from a veteran rest day. Mostert appeared fully healthy entering the team's bye, but with De'Von Achane (knee) having been designated for a return from IR, the backfield situation warrants close monitoring heading into Sunday's game against the Raiders. If both Mostert and Achane are cleared to play, they will stand to split time as effective co-starters.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Bright spot in Miami offense

    Mostert rushed the ball 12 times for 85 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 21-14 loss to the Chiefs. He was targeted once without a catch. Miami was unable to get their typically explosive passing attack going against Kansas City, and much of their success came from Mostert. He accounted for one of the team's two gains of more than 20 yards, as well as a 13-yard touchdown run late in the third quarter. Mostert also dominated work on the ground and should see his volume increase when the Dolphins play from ahead.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Good to go for Frankfurt game

    Mostert (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Kansas City, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. Mostert was limited in practice Thursday and Friday after Wednesday's DNP, but he avoided an injury designation, sparing his fantasy managers the headache of having to check on the running back's status before Sunday's 9:30 a.m. ET kickoff from Frankfurt, Germany. Miami will be facing a Kansas City defense that will be missing key linebacker Nick Bolton (wrist) and possibly Willie Gay (lower back) as well, so Mostert could be in for a busy day if he's able to handle a full workload without being hindered by his ankle.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Logs limited practice

    Mostert (ankle) was limited in his return to practice Thursday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Mostert, who missed practice Wednesday, told Oyefusi ealrier Thursday that there had been a "hiccup" with his ankle, but the running back added that he received treatment for the issue and is feeling better at this stage. Mostert's return to the field, albeit in a limited capacity, has him trending in the right direction as Sunday's game against the Chiefs approaches, but he'll likely need to log a full practice Friday in order to avoid a Week 9 injury designation.
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  • Dolphins' Raheem Mostert: Returns to practice Thursday

    Mostert (ankle) returned to practice Thursday, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. Mostert has been missing practice time with the ankle issue the last two weeks and was DNP Wednesday in Germany. His return to the field Thursday would suggest Mostert is on track to face the Chiefs on Sunday morning. Mostert led the Dolphins with 13 carries last week against New England, rushing for 46 yards and one touchdown. Jeff Wilson handled five, and Salvon Ahmed was next up with two.
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