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Topic: Sleeper WR- Brian Hartline
 James The Mod_4852
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Post Date: 07/24/13 16:17

WR Brian Hartline- Miami Dolphins







Now that WR Mike Wallace will pull double coverage at all times, Hartline will be targeted often especially now that PPR machine WR Davone Bess has left Miami. Hartline fooled everyone last year with a couple of monster games then left the fantasy screen rather quickly.



His production all depends on QB Ryan Tannehill turning into a real pro QB. He did show flashes last year throwing to a less than mediocre receiving corps.







Early word out of camp is that Tannehill is lighting it up with Hartline on the field.







You can get Hartline easily as a WR # 3 or # 4, or, pull the trigger on him for quality depth on draft day. He is worth the pick with little risk. There is no way that he will duplicate the 131 targets he had last season but he might make a great bye week depth filler on your team.







I like him more as a standard system producer as you might see a decrease of receptions but an increase in touchdowns, especially in the red zone.







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Post Date: 07/25/13 08:24
No way do I trust Tannehill or any of the other names on the bench, but he is the key for both Wallace and Hartline.
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Post Date: 07/25/13 11:07
I like Tannehill allot and think he fared pretty well based on what was arouond him last year. Solid, #1 threat as Hartline is a #2 and a better number 2 than most.
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Post Date: 07/25/13 16:30
Right now Tannehill is having chemistry problems with Wallace though it's early in camp. Wallace just has not looked good so far.



Wallace will get all the double teams in the regular season thus freeing up a 6"2 receiver with great hands in Hartline.

You are both right. It all depends on how Tannehill plays. Hartline is a guy I will be watching in pre-season.

Could be a late round steal if Tannehill improves.





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Post Date: 07/25/13 20:00
James, I can see this! Tannehill has to be the 2nd ranked QB in his division behind Brady. As stands Miami may only be facing 3 or 4 top ten D's for the season? I definitely like Hartline in this situation.
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Post Date: 08/14/13 08:03
I think it comes down to the ground game, not sure of the repore between Wallace and the QB? If Lamar Miller performs at the high level that many expect he will then that will help take some of the pressure of the QB. opponenets having to drop a safety into the box, it could play a factor if Wallace starts going off this easliy make Hartline a productive value optionWR
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Post Date: 08/16/13 05:47
Dana...on the mark here...
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Post Date: 08/20/13 16:47
Hartline gets a bump up now that Keller is gone. Hartline will be in man coverge all year long with Wallace double teamed.



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Post Date: 08/21/13 20:31
And he can be picked up in the 8-9th rounds or later too....
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