Where do Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle rank among fantasy WRs for 2023?

We’re in the middle of the NFL offseason, but fantasy football players are already preparing for their upcoming draft, which likely won’t be taking place until the real preseason.

ESPN recently released their fantasy rankings by position for the upcoming season, and the Miami Dolphins had two wide receivers near the top of the league.

Last season, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle finished as the second and seventh wideouts in PPR fantasy leagues, respectively, and they were able to do it with Mike Gesicki and Trent Sherfield having significant roles on the offense.

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They also did it with Teddy Bridgewater and Skylar Thompson playing for Tua Tagovailoa for multiple games.

This season, ESPN has Hill starting out as No. 4 and Waddle starting as No. 10.

There should be more opportunities for them in 2023 due to Gesicki and Sherfield’s departures, and, if Tagovailoa doesn’t stay healthy, at least new backup quarterback Mike White has familiarity with Mike McDaniel’s system from his time working with New York Jets offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur.

This will make Hill and Waddle top picks in fantasy drafts this year, and they shouldn’t disappoint owners.


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Story originally appeared on Dolphins Wire