# Miami Dolphins, Def
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|2016 Fantasy Points by Week|
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|Strength of Schedule|
|Strength of Schedule is calculated from the opponents projected fantasy points allowed for the DEF position. The easiest rating is 1 which gives the player the advantage against the defense and indicates an easy opponent, the most difficult rating is 10 which gives the defense the advantage and indicates a tough opponent.|
|Week 14 Projections|
|They are at home but will have their hands full Sunday trying to slow down Carson Palmer and limiting what David Johnson does on the ground.|
|2 Sacks, 1 Ints, 0 Fumbles|
|The Dolphins spent big on defense in free agency last year, and it blew up in their faces. It's a different feel this year, as Adam Beasley of The Miami Herald wrote. 'The defense couldn't be much worse than it was in 2015,' he said. 'Even after signing Ndamukong Suh to what was then the most lucrative contract for a defensive player ever, the Dolphins were just 25th in yards (376.2 per game) and points (24.3). New defensive coordinator Vance Joseph is betting that, out of this collection of flawed new players, he can craft a winning scheme. The days of dropping in coverage are over for Mario Williams, who will line up with his hand in the dirt and hunt quarterbacks in Miami. Byron Maxwell, who never lived up to his $63 million contract with the Eagles, will get to use his best asset -- his size -- at the line of scrimmage. With Kiko Alonso, it's simply a matter of getting -- and staying -- healthy. Two major knee injuries in two seasons derailed a once-promising career.' That may all be true, but a Week 1 tilt at Seattle isn't the time for fantasy owners to be test-driving a rebuilt defense.
No current injury information exists for Miami Dolphins |
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