After missing the nuclear explosion that was the Dolphins Week 3 matchup against the Broncos, Waddle looks to make his return to an offense that is suddenly stacked with high-profile fantasy competition. When he’s been on the field this season, Waddle has seen very lukewarm fantasy production, reeling in just four passes in each game with no touchdowns. That’s likely to change at some point in the near future, but the competition for targets from Tyreek Hill will ultimately place a limit on the heights Waddle can achieve. It’s also worth noting that the running backs have been quite involved as of late in the Dolphins’ offensive game plan, which could prevent the high volume in the passing game that would help boost Waddle’s weekly floor from becoming a reality.
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