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Dec 4, 2022 1 3 3.0 3 0
Nov 27, 2022 13 39 3.0 9 1 10
Nov 13, 2022 17 119 7.0 20 1 19
Nov 6, 2022 9 51 5.7 28 0 13
Oct 30, 2022 4 14 3.5 12 0 3

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2022 680 5.15 4 2 16 149 1
2021 294 3.72 2 7 31 444.9
2020 600 4.76 7 2 13 133 3 12910.8
3y Avg. 333 4.32 4 1 8 66 1 676.7
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Just one touch

    Wilson rushed once for three yards and didn't catch either of his two targets in Sunday's 33-17 loss to the 49ers. Wilson was hardly used against his former team, barely making the stat sheet. Having scored in each of his prior three games for the Dolphins, the tailback's streak was snapped Sunday, while starter Raheem Mostert (seven carries for 30 yards) made a limited impact as well. Following Sunday's mere eight rushing attempts as a team, Wilson's fantasy managers will hope Week 14's game versus the Chargers coincides with more action out of the Dolphins' backfield.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Wilson is worth starting as a flex option in the majority of leagues, but his value is lower for this week with Raheem Mostert (knee) back and starting offensive tackles Terron Armstead (pectoral) and Austin Jackson (ankle) out. Even though this is a revenge game for Wilson, who started his career in San Francisco before getting traded to Miami, I expect him to struggle. Wilson has scored in three games in a row for the Dolphins, but this is a tough matchup against the 49ers, who allow the fewest Fantasy points to opposing running backs this season. Only one running back has scored a touchdown against San Francisco since Week 7, and only six running backs have scored more than 10 PPR points against the 49ers all year. Wilson should know this defense from having practiced against it earlier this season, but the defense also knows him. I'm worried that Wilson will have a down performance, even in a revenge game.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    There's a phenomenon in the NFL where a defensive playcaller returns to play against his former team -- they almost always beat them. That's not exactly the case here, but it's plenty obvious that former 49ers offensive coordinator Mike McDaniel's run offense in Miami is very, very similar to what he ran in San Francisco. The 49ers should be more than ready to handle Wilson. I'd rather start Ezekiel Elliott, Jamaal Williams, Zonovan Knight and Gus Edwards.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Underwhelms in premium matchup

    Wilson rushed 13 times for 39 yards and a touchdown and secured one of three targets for 13 yards in the Dolphins' 30-15 win over the Texans on Sunday. Wilson was lined up for an absolute slam dunk of a matchup on paper, but he encountered a feisty Texans front keyed on slowing him down on most of his carries. The trade-deadline acquisition did salvage his day from a fantasy perspective with a three-yard touchdown run early in the second quarter, and after an incident in which his legs appeared to lock up from cramping early in the second half, Wilson was able to reenter the game. The veteran back has now scored in consecutive games heading into a Week 13 road showdown against his old 49ers teammates.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    This matchup features a gamescript that should work in the favor of both Wilson and Raheem Mostert with Miami entering the game as nearly two-touchdown favorites. Houston's decision to bench Davis Mills for Kyle Allen could lead to more turnovers and shorter fields for Wilson and the Dolphins offense. Combine that with arguably the best matchup for running backs on the slate and Wilson has top-12 RB1 appeal for Week 12. Dave would start Wilson over David Montgomery, Travis Etienne and James Conner in PPR leagues.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Clear path to lead role Week 12

    Wilson is expected to serve as the Dolphins' clear lead back Sunday against the Texans with Raheem Mostert (knee) listed as doubtful for the game, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Since being acquired from the 49ers on Nov. 1, Wilson already appeared to have supplanted Mostert as the Dolphins' No. 1 back. In the two games following his acquisition, Wilson has outsnapped Mostert by a 67-43 margin and has out-touched him 31-21. Miami has Salvon Ahmed and Myles Gaskin to fill Mostert's role, but at least as long as Sunday's game against the 1-8-1 Texans remains competitive, expect the Dolphins to rely more heavily on Wilson than usual. The 27-year-old has quickly proven to be a seamless fit in head coach Mike McDaniel's wide zone offense, averaging 6.5 yards on 26 carries while finding paydirt once as a runner and once as a receiver.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Crosses century mark in win

    Wilson rushed 17 times for 119 yards and a touchdown while also bringing in two of five targets for 24 yards in the Dolphins' 39-17 win over the Browns on Sunday. Wilson led the Dolphins in rushing yardage in only his second game with the team and also recorded his second touchdown overall in a Miami uniform with a 20-yard run midway through the fourth quarter. Wilson also saw an appreciable boost in his workload on the ground after logging nine carries in his Week 9 debut, more than doubling backfield mate's Raheem Mostert's eight totes Sunday. Wilson will now have the Week 11 bye to continue absorbing Miami's playbook ahead of a Week 12 home matchup against the Texans.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    You should be able to use Wilson and Raheem Mostert as at least flex options this week against the Browns. I'd give a slight nod to Mostert as the better option, but Wilson played well in his Miami debut in Week 9 at Chicago. Against the Bears, Wilson had nine carries for 51 yards, along with three catches for 21 yards and a touchdown on three targets. He outplayed Mostert (nine carries for 26 yards and a touchdown and no catches on two targets), and Wilson also played one more snap than Mostert, which could be a sign of things to come. The Browns have allowed a running back to score at least 11 PPR points in every game this year.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Sleeper RBs

    You should be able to use Wilson and Raheem Mostert as at least flex options this week against the Browns. Wilson played well in his Miami debut in Week 9 at Chicago, and hopefully it's a sign of things to come. Against the Bears, Wilson had nine carries for 51 yards, along with three catches for 21 yards and a touchdown on three targets. He outplayed Mostert (nine carries for 26 yards and a touchdown and no catches on two targets), and Wilson also played one more snap than Mostert, which could be a sign of things to come. The Browns have allowed a running back to score at least 11 PPR points in every game this year.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    There's serious risk with starting either Dolphins running back. The argument for Wilson is that he acclimated quickly, was the more effective running back last week and did more in the passing game. Neither should be relied upon to score 10-plus PPR points, but if I had to pick one, it would be Wilson.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Scores receiving TD in debut

    Wilson rushed nine times for 51 yards and brought in all three targets for 21 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 35-32 win over the Bears on Sunday. Making his Dolphins debut after being acquired at the trade deadline Tuesday, Wilson made an immediate impact and notably matched incumbent back Raheem Mostert's carry total. Wilson also made his mark as a receiver with a critical 10-yard touchdown grab with 6:02 remaining, making it a very productive start to his Miami tenure. Wilson could be in line for an even bigger workload in a Week 10 home matchup against the Browns with another week of acclimation to a Mike McDaniel playbook he's already very familiar with.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Week 9 Waiver Priority List

    The Dolphins traded for Jeff Wilson on Tuesday from the 49ers, and he will be reunited with Mike McDaniel and Raheem Mostert in Miami. Wilson should be the No. 2 running back for the Dolphins behind Mostert after Chase Edmonds was traded to Denver in the Bradley Chubb deal, and Wilson can still have value in that role, especially given Mostert's injury history. This is a good move for Wilson because if he stayed in San Francisco he would have been buried on the depth chart behind Christian McCaffrey and eventually Elijah Mitchell (knee). Add Wilson where available for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • 49ers' Jeff Wilson: Week 9 Waiver Priority List

    The Dolphins traded for Jeff Wilson on Tuesday from the 49ers, and he will be reunited with Mike McDaniel and Raheem Mostert in Miami. Wilson should be the No. 2 running back for the Dolphins behind Mostert after Chase Edmonds was traded to Denver in the Bradley Chubb deal, and Wilson can still have value in that role, especially given Mostert's injury history. This is a good move for Wilson because if he stayed in San Francisco he would have been buried on the depth chart behind Christian McCaffrey and eventually Elijah Mitchell (knee). Add Wilson where available for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Dolphins' Jeff Wilson: Hitting South Beach

    The 49ers agreed to trade Wilson to the Dolphins on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Not long after dealing Chase Edmonds to the Broncos in the Bradley Chubb trade, the Dolphins restocked their backfield with the addition of Wilson, who has experience working with new head coach Mike McDaniel from his time in San Francisco. Wilson also will be joining forces with former teammate Raheem Mostert. On the season, Wilson has averaged 5.1 YPC on his 92 rushes, gathered in 10 of 13 targets and scored two rushing TDs in eight contests, but there was little room for him in the Niners' plans after his former club added Christian McCaffrey.
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  • 49ers' Jeff Wilson: Receives six touches as backup

    Wilson rushed four times for 14 yards and caught both of his targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 31-14 win over the Rams. Christian McCaffrey scored three touchdowns and took over as the 49ers' feature back following a full week of practice, effectively cementing Wilson as the backup. The 26-year-old did well in his run as fill-in starter prior to the big trade, but his fantasy value is diminished if McCaffrey is going to dominate the backfield touches this heavily. The latter isn't known for his durability, so Wilson could be worth hanging on to -- roster space permitting -- or possibly offered in a trade to the fantasy manager who rosters McCaffrey as injury insurance. Wilson should not be considered a starting fantasy option when San Francisco returns from its bye week to take on the Chargers on Nov. 13.
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  • 49ers' Jeff Wilson: Produces in smaller role

    Wilson rushed seven times for 54 yards and failed to haul in his lone target in Sunday's 44-23 loss to Kansas City. Wilson remained the starter following a mid-week trade for Christian McCaffrey, but he experienced a drop in usage following the addition of one of the best backs in the league. The incumbent figures to remain involved in the offensive gameplan even after McCaffrey inevitably takes over as the featured back, but the veteran's days as a startable fantasy asset are likely over following the blockbuster trade. Wilson's role may reduce even further against the Rams next Sunday.
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  • 49ers' Jeff Wilson: Role in line to decrease

    With the 49ers having traded for Christian McCaffrey, per David Newton of ESPN.com, Wilson is in line to move to a complementary role in the team's offense. Through six games, Wilson leads the 49ers with 81 carries, but once McCaffrey is up to speed with the team's playbook, he'll be slated to handle the bulk of San Fransisco's backfield touches. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, McCaffrey is a candidate to suit up Sunday against Kansas City and potentially be used in a red-zone package in such a scenario. In that context, Wilson could remain involved in his team's Week 7 rushing attack, but looking ahead, his fantasy utility should taper off in the weeks ahead once McCaffrey's workload increases.
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  • 49ers' Jeff Wilson: Putrid results in defeat

    Wilson rushed seven times for 25 yards while losing a fumble and failing to haul in his lone target in Sunday's 28-14 loss to the Falcons. Wilson got off to a rough start, coughing up the ball on a short rushing attempt that led to a defensive touchdown and an early 14-0 lead for Atlanta. The 26-year-old entered Sunday's tilt coming off of his best performance of the season (17/120/1), which makes Sunday's dud in a soft matchup even more debilitating for those relying on the hot early season waiver add. San Francisco is suffering from a severe lack of depth at the running back position, so Wilson remains the starter and workhorse -- barring a trade for Christian McCaffrey -- heading into a matchup against Kansas City next Sunday.
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  • 49ers' Jeff Wilson: RBs to Start

    Wilson has been fantastic stepping in for Elijah Mitchell (knee) this season, and he should have the chance for another quality outing this week at Atlanta. In four starts for Mitchell, Wilson has three with at least 100 total yards, and he has scored a touchdown in each of his past two outings against the Rams and Panthers. He has scored at least 11 PPR points in each of the past four games, and the Falcons have been shredded the past two games by Nick Chubb and Leonard Fournette, with each scoring at least 19 PPR points. Wilson has top-10 upside this week.
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  • 49ers' Jeff Wilson: Contrarian DFS Play

    Until it becomes widely recognized that Wilson is getting nearly 20 touches a week and producing excellent efficiency on those touches, I'm going to keep riding him. It's all the better that we can do so as a contrarian play.
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