I believe it goes without saying that gridiron fandom and fantasy football often go hand in hand for the most diehard fans. It’s a way to feel like you are part of the action and to extend the experience of football throughout your week. As re-draft fantasy leagues begin their long offseason, and Dynasty players begin doing startups and making offseason trades, it’s a good time to examine the top 5 Miami Dolphins fantasy performers for the 2022 season and whether I think they’ll be fantasy relevant in 2023.
As a baseline, I’m using the data available in Sleeper for the 2022 season through the lens of full PPR. For those new to fantasy football, PPR stands for points per reception and is a very popular format. Playing in a league that is full-ppr, or a full point per reception leads to higher-scoring matchups and even more strategy for the team manager.
Additionally, for the novices out there, re-draft leagues are leagues in which teams are re-drafted every season, and dynasty leagues are drafted and managed more like a real NFL team, including rookie draft picks each season and many more trades.
During this recap, I’ll review each player’s total season points, average points per game, positional ranking, whether they’ll be fantasy relevant in 2023, and share if I have that player in a dynasty league.