Definitely ... the Dolphins will NOT produce a #1 option in fantasy football this year.
ESPN Insider wrote:
QB - Over/under 24 total TDs for Ryan Tannehillhttp://www.espn.com/nfl/insider/story/_ ... t-ends#rbs
Mike Rodak's prediction: Over. Tannehill met or exceeded that number in each season from 2013 through 2015 and was about on pace for it in 2016 before his injury. He lost Jarvis Landry this offseason but Landry accounted for only 11 of Tannehill's 70 touchdowns from 2014 through 2016.
RB - Over/under 194 carries for Kenyan Drake
Mike Rodak's prediction: Over. Barring injury, Drake can meet this number that Jay Ajayi far exceeded with 260 carries as the Dolphins' lead back in Adam Gase's first season as coach in 2016. Drake was able to amass 133 carries while splitting time with Ajayi the first half of last season and logically should be in a better position to handle the workload than a 35-year-old Frank Gore.
WR - Over/under five TDs for DeVante Parker
Mike Rodak's prediction: Under. Parker has never met this number since entering the NFL as a first-round pick and quite frankly will have to prove he can meet it. He was not targeted in the Dolphins' preseason opener and reportedly struggled early in training camp to make his mark. Among a crowded Dolphins receiver depth chart, he must still emerge. Moreover, a broken finger will keep him out "indefinitely," and coach Adam Gase could not say whether Parker would be available by Week 1.
TE - Over/under 41 receptions for Mike Gesicki
Mike Rodak's prediction: Over. This was Julius Thomas' total as the Dolphins' top tight end last season and seems attainable for Gesicki given his prowess in the passing game. Although the wrookie still reportedly has room to improve as a blocker and might see reduced playing time because of that, he is the most talented tight end in Miami who does not need to cross a high bar with this target.