31. Josh Rosen/Ryan Fitzpatrick, Dolphins
Fitzpatrick had some decent games in Tampa last year, but even if he wins the job to start the season, interceptions are inevitable and should eventually cost him the job. Meanwhile, we don’t know what to expect out of Rosen. He can’t possibly be as bad as he looked in front of Arizona’s dreadful offensive line last year. But that doesn’t mean he’ll be a competent fantasy option.
For what it’s worth, Miami’s receiving corps isn’t terrible. There’s no standout option, but there are a handful of guys who should be viable targets. However, they’ll need above-average quarterback play to excel, and the Dolphins aren’t getting that from either Fitzpatrick or Rosen.
Top Target: DeVante Parker
Secondary Target: Kenny Stills