Tyreek Hill

WR · Miami Dolphins

Height 5'10" Weight 185
DOB 1994-03-01 Age 30.0
College West Alabama

2023 Fantasy Rankings

WR # 3 (Tier 1) · ADP (12-team PPR): 1.04, 4th

Fantasy Advice

No Mahomes, no problem! Hill set career highs in receptions, receiving yards, and half-ppr fantasy points in his first season with the Dolphins. And quarterback was not-not a problem (got that?). Tua got knocked out of games twice, and missed starts in two different stretches, leading to snaps for Teddy Bridgewater and Skyler Thompson. Mike McDaniel is a scheme wizard, maximizing Hill's exceptional talent. However, there is some risk with Hill. We could almost mark a tier between Chase and Hill. Hill is pushing 30, Jaylen Waddle enters his third season already showing he can do it all, and Hill is under investigation for an alleged assault. That probably has no impact this season, but there is uncertainty.

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2
Tier 1
1Justin Jefferson, MIN1324.71.0117.8
2Ja'Marr Chase, CIN724.01.0216.6
3Tyreek Hill, MIA1030.01.0416.9
4Stefon Diggs, BUF1330.31.0716.4
5Davante Adams, LV1331.22.0316.8
1 NFFC (12-team PPR)
2 2022 season, Half PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • Tyreek Hill Caps Off Season With Another Touchdown

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill put together a fantastic season that saw him on track to break 2,000 receiving yards at one point. In their wild-card loss to his former team, Hill was the only player to find the end zone when he caught a 53-yard touchdown pass at the beginning of the second quarter. He finished the game with 62 yards and a score while catching five of his eight targets. In the subzero temperatures, the Dolphins' offense would go on to struggle for the rest of the game and didn't score a single point after that. After such a successful season and the way this offense has been built, Hill should be another top selection in next year's fantasy drafts. He could even remain a first-round selection despite entering his age-30 season.

    Jan 15 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Remains An Elite Option Against Former Team

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been a must-play option all season long and this game is no different, especially since he was removed from the injury report and is a full go. Even if Tua Tagovailoa doesn't register a great game, Hill usually finds a way to score and get close to 100 yards in the process. No matter if his targets are underneath or over top of the defense, he works in every way possible to secure more receptions. This game has added stakes not only due to the playoffs, but it's Hill's first time back in Kansas City ever since he was traded, and he's not one to shy away from the spotlight. Not everything is sunshine and rainbows though. This game is set to be one of the coldest games in NFL history and the Chiefs have one of the stingiest defenses against the passing game while L'Jarius Sneed will likely be covering Hill for most of the game. Hill's talent still makes him a top option in any given week.

    Jan 12 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle Stay Limited Wednesday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receivers Tyreek Hill (ankle, quadriceps) and Jaylen Waddle (ankle) were both limited in practice for the second straight day on Wednesday. Hill is dealing with a new quadriceps injury, but he's really in no danger of sitting out against his former team, the Kansas City Chiefs, in Saturday's wild-card playoff game. Waddle has missed the last two games, but he's expected to return as well, which is excellent news for a Dolphins offense that has slumped in two straight losses. Hill, who led the NFL in receiving yards and was tied among wideouts with 13 touchdowns, will be a popular DFS play as he returns to KC as the second-most expensive wideout on DraftKings. Waddle will only cost $6,500 in comparison to Hill's $8,700 price tag, but KC's defense has been a bad matchup for opposing wideouts all year long.

    Jan 10 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Limited On Tuesday

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    The Miami Dolphins listed wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle, quadriceps) as limited on their estimated practice report for Tuesday. The Dolphins didn't actually hold a practice on Tuesday, and Hill should be just fine to play in Saturday's wild-card playoff game against his former squad, the Kansas City Chiefs. Despite the Chiefs being a stingy matchup against opposing receivers this year, Hill is the second highest-priced wideout on DraftKings this weekend, behind only the Cowboys' CeeDee Lamb. The Cheetah also finished second in half-PPR points in 2023 to Lamb while posting a league-high 1,799 receiving yards and tying for the most touchdowns with 13. Miami's high-scoring offense has looked average in two straight losses, but the expected return of fellow wideout Jaylen Waddle (ankle) should take some attention away from Hill. The 29-year-old had eight catches for 62 yards in the Week 9 meeting against KC.

    Jan 9 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Caps Regular Season With Another Touchdown

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill posted his tenth game in WR1 territory and finished as the WR2 on the season. He finished the game against the Buffalo Bills with seven receptions for 82 yards and a touchdown while receiving 13 targets. The next highest pass-catchers in terms of targets were Durham Smythe and Cedrick Wilson Jr. who had three each. Hill finished second to CeeDee Lamb in half and full PPR leagues this year in large part due to Lamb posting some of the best games of his season in the final three weeks. As long as Hill remains healthy going into next season, he should remain a high draft pick in redraft leagues despite approaching 30 years old. Hill finished this year with 119 catches for 1,799 yards and 13 touchdowns.

    Jan 8 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Belongs In All Lineups In Week 18

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill may not have as high of a chance to achieve 2000 receiving yards anymore, but he remains one of the best fantasy assets in the NFL. The superstar wideout posted 1717 yards and 12 touchdowns while catching 112 balls out of 158 targets. No matter the defense, Hill can produce solid fantasy stat lines. He's finished as a WR1 in over half of the games he's played in. For the season finale, the Dolphins take on the Buffalo Bills to see who gets the second seed in the AFC. The last time Hill played the Bills in Week 4, he had three receptions for 58 yards and one carry for 14 yards. This time around, Tua Tagovailoa is bound to rely a bit heavier on Hill, especially with Jaylen Waddle (ankle) still not at 100% healthy. Which means, Hill should remain in all lineups regardless of format.

    Jan 7 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Not At Thursday's Practice

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle, personal) was not present at practice on Thursday. Hill was listed as limited for the first practice of the week on Wednesday. As long as the Cheetah returns to practice on Friday, he should be ready to play on Sunday night in a big divisional clash against the visiting Buffalo Bills in which the winner will take the AFC East title. The 29-year-old speedster somewhat disappointed with Jaylen Waddle (ankle) sitting out in last week's blowout loss to the Baltimore Ravens, as he had six receptions for 76 yards on 12 targets. Even if Waddle is able to return in Week 18, Hill should be heavily targeted yet again and will be a must-start for fantasy managers still competing for a championship.

    Jan 4 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Limited On Wednesday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle, personal) was listed as a limited participant in practice on Wednesday. Hill hasn't scored in the last two weeks since returning from a one-game absence due to a tweaked ankle, but he's still caught 15 passes for 175 yards on 26 targets. He was a bit disappointing for his standards in last week's blowout loss to the Baltimore Ravens, catching six passes for 76 yards, especially with fellow wideout Jaylen Waddle (ankle) inactive. The Cheetah shouldn't have any problem playing in a huge Week 18 contest against the Buffalo Bills in a game that will decide the winner of the AFC East. The 29-year-old leading receiver in the NFL is a must-start in all fantasy lineups. Hill had a season-low three catches for 58 yards in the first meeting against Buffalo in Week 4, but we'd expect better numbers in this one.

    Jan 3 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Finishes With Six Grabs In Week 17

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill finished with six catches for 76 yards in Sunday's embarrassing loss to the Ravens. Without Jaylen Waddle (ankle) in the lineup, Hill was targeted 12 times on the day. Unfortunately, he only secured half of them, and he also couldn't find the end zone for the 13th time in 2023-24. In all fairness, the Dolphins had trouble getting anything going. However, Hill hasn't surpassed the 100-yard mark in his last three games, which is concerning for fantasy managers. Nevertheless, the 29-year-old has been one of the best fantasy options this season, so he should remain in all starting lineups for the Week 18 showdown with the Buffalo Bills.

    Dec 31 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Should Remain In All Lineups In Week 17

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill has been removed from the injury report after dealing with the same ankle issue he suffered a few weeks back. He was able to return after a one-game absence in Week 16 and turned that into nine receptions for 99 yards in a win over the Dallas Cowboys. Despite the Baltimore Ravens touting one of the highest-scoring defenses, Hill is a matchup-proof option that can burn the secondary for some big yardage totals. Plus, the Ravens haven't been immune to big-time wide receiver performances as they've given up at least one score and 177 yards to opposing receiving groups in each of the last three games. Hill remains a must-start in all formats.

    Dec 30 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Back On The Field Thursday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) returned to the practice field on Thursday after sitting out Wednesday's session for rest purposes. Hill tweaked his ankle in Week 14 and did not play in Week 15, but he returned for last Sunday's win over the Dallas Cowboys and led the team with nine catches on 14 targets for 99 yards. The 29-year-old Cheetah has a tough matchup upcoming against the Baltimore Ravens, but he remains a must-start, high-end WR1 in fantasy that should still see plenty of targets, especially if fellow wideout Jaylen Waddle (ankle) is unable to play. Hill has eight 100-yard games and one 200-yard performance out of 14 games played in 2023 and is already up to 1,641 yards receiving with 12 touchdowns this year. He's a beast.

    Dec 28 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle Not At Practice

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    Miami Dolphins wide receivers Tyreek Hill (ankle) and Jaylen Waddle (ankle) were not present with the team at practice on Wednesday. Hill returned from a one-game absence due to a minor ankle injury in Week 16 to record nine catches (14 targets) for a team-high 99 yards in the win over the Dallas Cowboys. The Dolphins are likely just resting him going into a Week 17 showdown against the Baltimore Ravens, where he'll be a must-start, high-end WR1 despite a less-than-ideal matchup. Waddle is dealing with a high-ankle sprain that isn't considered all that serious, but there's still a good chance he won't be active this weekend against Baltimore. If Waddle is unable to play, Cedrick Wilson Jr. and Braxton Berrios will be asked to take on bigger roles behind Hill.

    Dec 27 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Nearly Amasses 100 Yards On Sunday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill had nine catches for 99 yards during Sunday's narrow win over the Dallas Cowboys. The speedster didn't suit up in Week 15 and was considered questionable for this contest because of an ankle injury. However, although there was a good chance he wasn't 100%, he still made the most of his 14 targets. Without question, Hill has been a potent fantasy performer all year. But with Jaylen Waddle (ankle) in danger of missing time, including the Week 17 meeting with the Baltimore Ravens, Hill could be even more productive moving ahead.

    Dec 25 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Will Play In Week 16

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) is active for the upcoming Week 16 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. The superstar wideout was questionable coming into this game as he continues to battle an ankle issue. Hill sat out last week's game, but was able to get in some practice this week. It appears Hill is feeling good enough to suit up for this important matchup versus Dallas. Hill probably isn't 100 percent healthy, but regardless fantasy managers should make sure to get him into their lineups before kickoff.

    Dec 24 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Dolphins "Optimistic" Tyreek Hill Will Play

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    According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Dolphins are "optimistic" that wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) will suit up for Sunday's game versus the Dallas Cowboys. The wideout has battled an ankle injury, keeping him off the field for the Week 15 AFC East clash with the New York Jets. Fortunately, he logged a few limited practice sessions during the week, so there's a good chance he'll shed his questionable tag and be back in the lineup for a must-win matchup. Without question, Hill has been one of the most dominant producers all season, meaning he needs to be included in all fantasy lineups, at least once he gets the green light. Assuming that's the case, Hill's availability could mean fewer targets for Jaylen Waddle, who caught eight passes for 142 yards and a score versus the Jets.

    Dec 24 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Considered Questionable For Week 16

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) is currently listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. The speedy wideout has a good chance of playing after getting in two limited practice sessions to end the week. Last week, fantasy managers had to wait until pregame warmups before Hill was declared inactive. Hopefully, the Dolphins won't wait that long to decide this week. It sounds like Hill is trending in the right direction, but fantasy managers will have to check back for another update this weekend.

    Dec 22 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Has No Setbacks, Trending In Right Direction

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) has not suffered any setbacks this week and will practice again on Friday. Head coach Mike McDaniel told the media that he "feels good" about Hill suiting up for Week 16 against the Dallas Cowboys. If confirmed as active, Hill will return to the fold after missing just one game. His quest for 2,000 yards will continue, as will his elite fantasy season in which he has consistently ranked as the overall WR1. Needless to say, if Hill is healthy, he should be started in 100 percent of fantasy leagues.

    Dec 22 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Back At Practice Thursday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) returned to the practice field on Thursday after sitting out Wednesday's session. Hill tweaked his ankle in Week 14 and sat out of last week's blowout win over the New York Jets. Now that he's back at practice this week, he should have a good chance to return to action in Week 16 for a showdown against the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday at home. It's great news for all fantasy managers that have had the pleasure of rostering the top receiver in the game in 2023. If Hill is officially active on Sunday, he needs to be locked into all starting fantasy lineups in a game that should feature plenty of points. If Hill returns, Jaylen Waddle will lose a lot of fantasy upside but should still be in all lineups as well.

    Dec 21 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Can Dolphins' Tyreek Hill still break Calvin Johnson's record?

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    After missing Sunday's game against the Jets, Hill needs to end the season with three big games against tough opponents.

    Dec 21 · ESPN Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Won't Practice Wednesday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) will not practice with the team on Wednesday. However, head coach Mike McDaniel said, "But that's no indication of left or right." It's to ensure "we have all cylinders go." Hill tweaked his ankle in Week 14 and did not play in the Week 15 blowout win over the New York Jets. The Dolphins are being cautious with the best receiver in football, so his missed practice on Wednesday doesn't necessarily mean he's on the wrong side of questionable to play this weekend against the Dallas Cowboys. The next few days will be more telling as to whether Hill has a shot to return following a one-game absence. If Hill is out or limited in Week 16, though, Jaylen Waddle will continue to have high-end WR1 upside as quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's go-to target through the air.

    Dec 20 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Inactive For Week 15

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) is officially inactive for Week 15 versus the New York Jets. The star pass-catcher used pregame warmups as an opportunity to test his ankle and see if he might be able to play, but the Dolphins will ultimately exercise caution and hold him out. It's a major blow to fantasy managers, the Dolphins' offense, and Hill's pursuit of 2,000 receiving yards this season. In his absence, look for Braxton Berrios and Cedrick Wilson Jr. to earn more snaps alongside Jaylen Waddle. Within Miami's wide receiver room, Waddle is the only player worth starting in fantasy football against a strong Jets defense.

    Dec 17 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill A Game-Time Decision

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) is considered a game-time decision ahead of the Week 15 matchup against the New York Jets. It sounds like the organization plans to let Hill test out his ankle pregame, so fantasy managers will have to be patient. Hill was unable to practice all week due to the ankle issue. It doesn't sound like he's going to be 100 percent healthy, but Hill can still do damage on the field at less than full strength. His absence would likely mean an increased target share for Jaylen Waddle in the receiving game.

    Dec 16 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Questionable For Week 15

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) will not practice on Friday and will be questionable for the Week 15 game on Sunday against the New York Jets. Hill missed practice all week after injuring his ankle in Monday night's loss to the Tennessee Titans. He is 458 yards away from 2,000 for the season with four games remaining in 2023. The 29-year-old speedster was able to return to Monday's game, but the Dolphins are rightfully going to play it very safe with one of the best overall players in the NFL. Hill is probably going to be a game-time decision on Sunday, so fantasy managers will have to check back then. If Hill is active, he needs to be in all starting lineups. If he's not, Jaylen Waddle will be Miami's clear No. 1 receiver, with Cedrick Wilson Jr., Braxton Berrios, Chase Claypool and River Cracraft all battling for more targets behind Waddle.

    Dec 15 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Sits Out Of Walkthrough Practice

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) was listed as a non-participant for the team's walkthrough practice on Thursday. Hill has yet to practice after tweaking his ankle in Monday night's loss to the Tennessee Titans, putting his status firmly in doubt for a Week 15 divisional matchup against the New York Jets. The Dolphins aren't going to push the best receiver in football back onto the practice field too soon. There's a chance Hill doesn't practice at all this week but still suits up on Sunday. A less-than-100-percent Cheetah is still probably more dangerous than the vast majority of receivers in the NFL, so as long as he's active, Hill should be left in starting fantasy lineups for Week 15. If he's held out this Sunday, Jaylen Waddle will have clear WR1 upside as Miami's top wideout.

    Dec 14 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Not Practicing Wednesday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) was held out of the team's practice on Wednesday. This doesn't come as a surprise at all after Hill tweaked his ankle in Monday's upset loss to the Tennessee Titans, even though the 29-year-old All-Pro eventually returned to the contest. The fact that Hill returned to Monday's contest makes us think he will be able to play in Week 15 against the New York Jets, but it's no guarantee. Not having the best receiver in the game would be a fatal blow for fantasy managers, but Hill could disappoint if he plays at less than 100 percent against a strong Jets defense. In the first meeting against New York in Week 12, Hill had nine catches for 102 yards and a touchdown. If he's out on Sunday or limited in any way, Jaylen Waddle would be quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's top aerial target.

    Dec 13 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Considered Day-To-Day

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) is being listed as day-to-day with the ankle injury he suffered in Monday night's upset loss to the Tennessee Titans, according to head coach Mike McDaniel. Hill isn't a lock to play in Week 15 against the New York Jets, although it's a good sign he was able to return to Monday's game after spending a good chunk of the game on the sidelines. The 29-year-old All-Pro wideout finished with four catches on five targets for 61 yards. He will most likely miss practice time this week and could be questionable to play on Sunday. The Dolphins aren't going to take any chances with the long-term health of the best receiver in football. If Hill doesn't play or is limited this weekend, Jayden Waddle, who led the team in receiving on Monday night, would become quarterback Tua Tagovailoa's top target in the passing game.

    Dec 12 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Headed For Scans On Injured Ankle

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) told reporters that he is headed for scans on his injured ankle following Monday night's rough 28-27 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Hill made a brief return to action in Week 14 during the third quarter to close the game with four catches and 61 yards on five targets, which suggested the rolled ankle he suffered in the first half was not a significant setback. The 29-year-old superstar seemed to be unavailable for Miami's final drive of the contest, however, which may bring about a different tune in terms of the severity of the issue. Hill also said postgame that he "doesn't want to sit out", but the 9-4 Dolphins are unlikely to deploy the MVP candidate at less than 100% down the stretch. The four-time All-Pro's practice status sets up to be a key Week 15 storyline leading into a divisional tilt against the New York Jets on Sunday and the start of the fantasy playoffs for many players.

    Dec 12 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Returns After Injury Scare Monday Night

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) has returned to the Monday night game against the Tennessee Titans in the third quarter after injuring his ankle in the first half. Hill caught both of his targets for 13 yards before tweaking his ankle going out of bounds on his second catch and leaving the game. The All-Pro wideout had his ankle heavily taped but remained on the sidelines without his helmet until finally coming back in the third quarter. The Cheetah's injury clearly isn't too serious if he was allowed to re-enter the game, so all those fantasy managers wondering about his availability for the fantasy playoffs (starting in Week 15 in most leagues) should be able to relax a bit. Hill will surely miss practice time later this week in the lead-up to Sunday's game against the New York Jets. It remains to be seen if this ankle injury will slow the best receiver in the NFL in 2023.

    Dec 11 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Questionable To Return Monday Night

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) suffered an ankle injury during the first half of Monday night's game against the Tennessee Titans. His leg was rolled up on as he was getting tackled near the sideline and Hill seemed in a good amount of pain while angry about what happened. He was able to walk and then run to the sideline, but he stood and watched his team without entering the game again at the time. Fantasy managers will want to stay tuned for more updates to understand the severity of the injury. He had two catches for 13 yards before leaving.

    Dec 11 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill In Line For Another Big Performance Against Titans

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill is going to face the 27th-ranked team against opposing wide receivers after he just put up 157 yards and two touchdowns in Week 13. At this point, the rich are getting richer because Hill is already the WR1 on the season and now he gets a second favorable matchup in a row. He should remain in all fantasy lineups regardless of format as he's primed for yet another big-time performance in Week 14. Fantasy managers can consider him a WR1.

    Dec 9 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Logs Limited Practice Session Friday

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) returned to practice on Friday. It was a limited session, although it's a step in the right direction after the wideout wasn't available for Thursday's practice. But Hill has made routine appearances on the injury report throughout the season for various reasons, so there's little concern regarding his availability for Monday night's encounter with the Titans. At any rate, Hill is easily the top fantasy receiver this season, catching 93 passes for 1,481 yards and 12 touchdowns. Assuming the 29-year-old plays, he'll draw a favorable matchup versus a Titans defense that's had trouble slowing down opposing receivers all year.

    Dec 8 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Tyreek Hill Picks Up DNP In First Practice

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    Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill (ankle) was listed as a non-participant for the team's first practice of the week on Thursday. The Dolphins gave their best player a veteran rest day, so we should expect Hill to return to practice on Friday and eventually be fine to suit up on Monday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans. The 29-year-old Cheetah has pretty much been unstoppable in his second year in Miami in 2023. He's just too fast for opposing wideouts to cover consistently and he comes into Week 14 with 1,481 receiving yards on 93 catches and 12 trips to the end zone. Hill is a set-and-forget fantasy asset and will be looking for his fourth straight 100-yard performance in Week 14 against the Titans as the overall WR1 in fantasy.

    Dec 7 · Source via Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • For the record: Five milestones within reach of the Dolphins' offense

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    Tyreek Hill's pursuit of Calvin Johnson's record for most receiving yards in a season isn't the only record Miami is chasing.

    Dec 7 · ESPN Miami Dolphins Tyreek Hill
  • Wide Receiver Stats

    SeasonTeamFPtsFP/GGSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2016KC168.510.51641640.710.56.783615939.762426711.1331
    2017KC204.713.61577980.712.78.210575118315.8717593.4700
    2018KC284.517.81690586.615.29.913787147917.012221516.8610
    2019KC159.313.31256772.212.28.0885886014.878232.8800
    2020KC285.419.01590185.914.09.813487127614.715131239.4620
    2021KC241.014.21786772.614.19.9159111123911.2999610.6701
    2022MIA287.716.91780075.716.710.4170119171014.477324.5720
    2023MIA316.919.81669563.316.111.1171119179915.1136152.5001

    2023

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@LACW 36-3439.014465.722.415151121519.5200-00
    2@NEW 24-1712.5315485.714.3995408.0100-00
    3DENW 70-2026.233953.415.11111915717.4100-00
    4@BUFL 20-488.7364772.39.26535819.3011414.0000
    5NYGW 31-1628.132546.316.799818122.6100-00
    6CARW 42-2125.313856.714.91010616327.2100-00
    7@PHIL 17-3120.343877.630.6151511888.0100-00
    8NEW 31-1721.265875.316.91313811214.0100-00
    9@KCL 14-218.5275790.517.511108627.80133.0001
    11LVW 20-1325.624158.615.711111014614.6100-00
    12@NYJW 34-1320.924462.918.61312910211.31122.0000
    13@WASW 45-1529.833150.814.897515731.422-4-2.0000
    14TENL 27-288.1353447.26.95546115.3000-00
    15NYJW 30-00.0---------------
    16DALW 22-2014.4205584.621.5141499911.0000-00
    17@BALL 19-5610.6305072.518.8131267612.70100.0000
    18BUFL 14-2117.7124076.925.0131378211.7100-00
    WC@KCL 7-2614.7-4065.613.18856212.4100-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 35, 4, 2, 54, 69, 41, 27, 42, 38, 7, 78, 60, 3, 53

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1NEW 20-714.0214066.721.7131289411.80166.0000
    2@BALW 42-3836.525476.118.313131119017.3200-00
    3BUFW 21-194.3693786.09.34423316.5000-00
    4@CINL 15-2720.946093.823.415141016016.001-1-1.0000
    5@NYJL 17-409.5324364.213.4977476.702136.5000
    6MINL 16-2423.746076.919.215151217714.8000-00
    7PITW 16-1010.7285588.721.0131377210.3000-00
    8@DETW 31-2725.544972.122.115141218815.70177.0000
    9@CHIW 35-3223.824578.914.088714320.4100-00
    10CLEW 39-1712.9244971.08.7665448.8100-00
    12HOUW 30-1512.0274559.213.210968514.20155.0000
    13@SFL 17-3325.143984.830.41414914616.2100-00
    14@LACL 17-2322.143466.719.6101048120.3100-10
    15@BUFL 29-3217.4104983.122.013139697.7100-00
    16GBL 20-2612.3224080.012.066410325.8000-00
    17@NEL 21-2313.7155881.711.38745513.80122.0010
    18NYJW 11-63.3734366.27.75522311.5000-00
    WC@BUFL 31-3410.9-5983.123.917157699.90252.5000

    Touchdown Distances
    Passing: 57
    Rushing: 2
    Receiving: 48, 60, 3, 2, 45, 60, 20

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1CLEW 33-2931.625787.724.616151119717.91144.0000
    2@BALL 35-364.4675098.09.8543144.7011515.0000
    3LACL 24-307.2525873.410.18755611.2011111.0001
    4@PHIW 42-3042.115480.617.912121118616.9300-00
    5BUFL 20-3811.3287384.916.314137639.0011515.0000
    6@WASW 31-1318.1124757.314.612129768.4100-00
    7@TENL 3-279.7285272.213.91096498.2011818.0000
    8NYGW 20-1721.456276.522.2181812947.8100-00
    9GBW 13-75.3545483.118.512114379.301-4-4.0000
    10@LVW 41-1424.045673.714.5111078311.92122.0000
    11DALW 19-915.5185580.917.612119778.6013333.0000
    13DENW 22-93.2615087.78.85522211.0000-00
    14LVW 48-99.6414466.76.14447619.0000-00
    15@LACW 34-2826.826083.318.113131214812.3100-00
    16PITW 36-102.9832942.02.9222199.5000-00
    17@CINL 31-347.2475285.218.011106406.70122.0000
    18@DENW 28-240.71081417.93.833122.0000-00
    WCPITW 42-2114.2-5076.97.75555711.4100-00
    DPBUFW 42-3626.3-6382.918.414131115013.611-2-2.0000
    CCCINL 24-2717.3-6594.214.5101077811.1100-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 75, 6, 12, 44, 2, 6, 8, 1, 1, 31, 64, 10

    2020

    WkVsScoreFPtsWR RankSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1HOUW 34-2013.1235985.58.7665469.2100-00
    2@LACW 23-2019.366989.615.6121159919.81199.0000
    3@BALW 34-2018.796080.010.78657715.4122512.5000
    4NEW 26-1014.4175292.910.76646416.0100-00
    5LVL 32-4016.8166387.512.59637826.003155.0010
    6@BUFW 26-174.0656791.85.5433206.70155.0000
    7@DENW 43-1614.5193772.519.610106559.2100-00
    8NYJW 35-923.845075.89.16649824.5200-00
    9CARW 33-3128.625995.230.61918911312.62188.0000
    11@LVW 35-3121.557292.320.51614111029.312-2-1.0000
    12@TBW 27-2451.416886.119.015151326920.7300-00
    13DENW 22-1611.8356195.317.211106589.7013030.0000
    14@MIAW 33-2724.615791.912.98737926.3113232.0010
    15@NOW 32-2914.4188485.711.211106538.81111.0000
    16ATLW 17-148.5394364.29.06646516.3000-00
    DPCLEW 22-1715.9-6392.619.11310811013.80393.0000
    CCBUFW 38-2421.7-5280.016.91111917219.1000-00
    SB@TBL 9-3111.3-6992.014.7111077310.40155.0000

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 10, 32
    Receiving: 3, 54, 20, 6, 10, 36, 41, 28, 2, 3, 75, 44, 20, 44, 5

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