O'Leary was not targeted during Sunday's 42-17 loss to the Bills. He finishes the season with eight receptions for 86 yards and one touchdown.
O'Leary logged the bulk of his offensive stats in Week 6 and Week 7, during which time he caught six passes for 72 yards and a touchdown from quarterback Brock Osweiler. Following the return of starting quarterback Ryan Tannehill under center in Week 12, O'Leary was held to one catch for nine yards across seven games. The 26-year-old signed a contract extension with the Dolphins in December and will return to the team in 2019, but it seems likely that he'll be overtaken by Mike Gesicki, and possibly Durham Smythe, this offseason.
O'Leary was not targeted during Sunday's 17-7 loss to the Jaguars.
O'Leary has now gone three consecutive games without catching a pass. Despite being listed as the No. 1 tight end on Miami's depth chart, O'Leary remains solidly off the fantasy radar.
O'Leary was not targeted during Sunday's 34-33 win over the Patriots.
O'Learly led Miami's tight ends in terms of offensive snaps (24), but did not manage to record a single offensive statistic during Sunday's divisional win. Rookie Mike Gesicki was the only tight end on Miami's roster to be targeted Sunday. With only two receptions for 14 yards under his belt through the last six games, O'Leary will remain off the fantasy radar heading into a Week 15 tilt against the VIkings.
O'Leary caught his only target for nine yards during Sunday's 21-17 win over the Bills.
O'Leary was the only tight end on Miami's roster to catch a pass during the Week 13 win, and he once again recorded more snaps (32) than second-round rookie Mike Gesicki (22). The Dolphins will likely continue to field a rotation of A.J. Derby (foot), Gesicki and O'Leary at the tight end position for the remainder of the season, which severely hampers the fantasy upside of all three players. O'Leary has not seen more than one target in a single game since Week 7.
The extension is worth $1.5 million with $500,000 guaranteed. Primarily considered a run-blocking tight end, O'Leary has seen just eight targets in his first season with the Dolphins, ceding snaps and receptions to the likes of Durham Smythe and Mike Gesicki in recent weeks. Given Gesicki's status as a 2018 second-round pick, it's unlikely O'Leary will unseat the rookie for a starting role next year despite the obvious endorsement that comes with a contract extension.
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