College: Washington | 2 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 200 lbs
Birth Date: 2/15/1997
2020 Bye Week: 7
On IR - Designated For Return - knee
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 RB
|No Playoff Match Up|
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin (knee) was able to return to practice on Wednesday, which is a great sign. He sprained his MCL in Week 8 and has missed three games since then. Salvon Ahmed (shoulder) has missed two straight practices and is in danger of sitting out during the Week 12 matchup versus the New York Jets. This would be a great time for Gaskin to return, but we'll have to wait and see. He'd likely be a low-end flex option during his first game back, but it depends on who is available in the Miami backfield.
The Miami Dolphins designated running back Myles Gaskin (knee) to return from Injured Reserve on Wednesday. The club also activated defensive tackle Christian Wilkins from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Gaskin practiced in a non-contact jersey on Wednesday, but his activation from IR doesn't necessarily ensure that he'll play in Week 12 against the Jets. In fact, fantasy managers probably shouldn't expect the 23-year-old back in a featured role for Miami until Week 13 against the Bengals. Check to make sure he's not on your league's waiver wire. If he is available, pick him up now, as he should be the team's most fantasy relevant back when he's back to full health. Rookie Salvon Ahmed should retain RB2 upside in an excellent matchup this weekend if Gaskin is inactive for another game.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin (knee) is headed to Injured Reserve on Thursday, which means that he will miss at least the next three games, according to head coach Brian Flores. The good news is that Gaskin's injury is somewhat minor and he will not need surgery. The Dolphins have Matt Breida, Jordan Howard and Patrick Laird available to pick up the slack, and they just traded for DeAndre Washington as well. Although Breida has done very little for Miami in 2020, our best guess is that he'll have the first crack at lead duties, making him the best RB3/flex option in deeper leagues in Week 9 against the Cardinals. But until we know more about how the Dolphins will attack this situation, fantasy managers are playing a risky game with Miami's backfield.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin continues to be a reliable contributor in both the running and passing game for this offense. He rushed 18 times for 47 yards and one touchdown in the Week 8 win over the Los Angeles Rams. He also hauled in three receptions for 16 yards through the air. The change at quarterback did not hurt Gaskin's value, so fantasy owners can be happy about that. He'll continue to be a reliable RB2 against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 9.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin has become the clear cut lead back for this offense. He rushed 18 times for 91 yards in the Week 6 victory over the New York Jets. Gaskin is used both in the passing attack and running game, which makes him a favorable option in PPR leagues. The Dolphins are making a change at quarterback, but Gaskin's role shouldn't change too much. Fantasy owners should continue to be able to lean on him as a reliable flex option against the Los Angeles Rams.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin set a new season high for himself in rushing yards during the Week 6 victory over the New York Jets. Gaskin finished with 91 yards on 18 rushing attempts with four receptions on four targets for 35 yards in the passing game. It was another solid game for Gaskin who continues to prove himself to be a reliable weapon in this offense. Gaskin has put himself as a weekly RB2 going forward, but will get a bye week before playing the Los Angeles Rams in Week 8.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin has become the lead back this season. The team continues to heavily utilize him in both the running and passing game. Last week, Gaskin rushed 16 times for 57 yards and one touchdown on the ground. He also added five receptions for 34 yards through the air. There is a good chance that Gaskin will top that against the awful New York Jets Defense in Week 6. Fantasy owners in PPR leagues can plug in Gaskin as a reliable RB2 for this week.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin continues to succeed as the lead back in Miami. He rushed 16 times for 57 yards and one touchdown in the Week 5 win over the San Francisco 49ers. Gaskin also hauled in five receptions for 34 yards through the air. Jordan Howard was a healthy scratch in this game, so that helped Gaskin here. However, Gaskin will have RB2 value in PPR leagues against the horrendous New York Jets next week. He should be added in all PPR leagues right now.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin has become the clear cut lead back for the team. Last week, he rushed 10 times for 40 yards and caught three passes for 22 yards through the air in the loss to the Seattle Seahawks. He'll get a tough matchup against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 5. A team that has allowed the fewest fantasy points to running backs this season. Gaskin should be able to be trusted as a low-end flex option in PPR leagues this week.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin has been heavily involved in the offense over the last few weeks. Gaskin has quickly become the lead back in Miami, but was not able to get much going during the Week 4 matchup versus the Seattle Seahawks. He rushed 10 times for 40 yards in the loss. Gaskin also hauled in three passes for 22 yards, but wasn't quite as effective as the week prior. He'll continue to be worth owning in PPR leagues, but will lose some value against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 5. Gaskin should be worth looking at as a flex option for that one.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin has quickly become the clear cut lead back in Miami. Last week, Gaskin rushed 22 times for 66 yards and hauled in five passes for 29 yards in the victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. It's worth noting that Miami does continue to involve Jordan Howard and Matt Breida in their offense. However, both of them see single digit touches, but Howard is often times used on the goal line. Despite that, Gaskin has been productive and is worth rostering in PPR leagues. He's worth a look as a flex option against the shaky Seattle Seahawks secondary.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin saw a heavy workload during the Thursday night victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Gaskin rushed 22 times for 66 yards and caught five passes for 29 yards through the air. He has become the clear lead back in Miami, but Jordan Howard and Matt Breida will still get a few touches each game. Gaskin is quickly picking up steam in PPR formats. He'll get another favorable matchup against the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin has quickly created fantasy value for himself this season. He's coming off a Week 2 performance where he rushed seven times for 46 yards and caught six passes for 36 yards through the air. However, his value is somewhat limited due to the fact he's in a three-back committee, but he's outperformed both other backs on the roster. Gaskin has promising upside in PPR leagues during his Week 3 matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The team is likely going to continue to involve him heavily in the rushing and passing attack.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin was a busy man during the Week 2 loss to the Buffalo Bills. He carried the ball seven times for 46 yards and hauled in six receptions for 36 yards through the air. The Dolphins have a three-back committee, but Gaskin appears to be the best out of the trio. He is quickly gaining fantasy value, especially in PPR leagues. Fantasy owners might be able to trust him as a flex option versus the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 3.
Miami Dolphins running back Myles Gaskin was surprisingly the best option in the running game for the team during their Week 1 loss to the New England Patriots. Gaskin rushed nine times for 40 yards and hauled in all four of his targets for 26 yards. The running back committee in Miami is horrendous. Both Matt Breida and Jordan Howard struggled to get anything going on the ground during Week 1. It remains to be seen if Gaskin will be as involved during their Week 2 contest versus the Buffalo Bills. As of right now, Gaskin is only worth a look in deep leagues until he proves he can be reliable every week.