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Jan 7, 2024 10 56 5.6 25 1 11
Dec 31, 2023 14 107 7.6 45 0 19
Dec 24, 2023 7 24 3.4 9 0 2
Dec 17, 2023 9 32 3.6 10 0 6
Dec 11, 2023 7 47 6.7 15 0 6
Player Outlook
A third-round NFL Draft pick, Achane is a wild card this season for the Dolphins and Fantasy managers. At Texas A&M, Achane had a productive 2022 with 196 carries for 1,102 yards and eight touchdowns, along with 36 catches for 196 yards and three touchdowns. He brings more speed to Miami after running a 4.32-second 40-yard dash at the combine. He's small at 5-foot-9 and 188 pounds, but he might end up as the best running back for the Dolphins ahead of Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson. It's a crowded backfield and we'll see what happens in training camp, but Achane might be the preferred option for coach Mike McDaniel. Fantasy managers should target Achane first of the Dolphins backfield in redraft leagues, but Round 7 is the earliest to select him in all formats. In rookie-only drafts, Achane is worth selecting as a late first-round pick, and he has plenty of upside in this offense.

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2023 800 7.77 8 1 27 197 3 15814.4
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Fantasy News

  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Inefficient in season-ending defeat

    Achane rushed six times for nine yards and secured three of six targets for 21 yards in the Dolphins' 26-7 wild-card loss to the Chiefs on Saturday night. Achane flashed with a multitude of explosive plays throughout his rookie season, one he finished with 800 rushing yards, 197 receiving yards and 11 total touchdowns (eight rushing, three receiving) across 11 regular-season games. The 2023 third-round pick put together four 100-yard efforts as well and averaged a whopping 7.8 yards per carry, and come his second training camp this summer, Achane figures to be a prime contender for an appreciably larger role despite the expected return of veteran Raheem Mostert.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Cleared for wild-card game

    Achane (toe/ribs) doesn't have an injury designation for Saturday's wild-card game against the Chiefs, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. As anticipated, Achane will be able to play through his pair of injuries Saturday after he concluded prep for the postseason opener with a full practice Thursday. Achane shined as the Dolphins' lead back over the final two weeks of the regular season, but it's unclear if he'll remain the No. 1 option in Kansas City. Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle) was sidelined for Weeks 17 and 18 and is listed as questionable for Saturday's contest, but he may be in a better spot on the health front after he was listed as a limited practice participant Tuesday through Thursday. Even if Mostert is active for the wild-card round, Achane should at least have a path to 10-to-15 touches in a change-of-pace role.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Listed as limited participant

    Achane (toe/ribs) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's injury report, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. The same goes for Raheem Mostert, whose status for Saturday's wild-card game against the Chiefs is more of a question mark than Achane's following absences for Weeks 17 and 18 due to ankle and knee injuries. Achane took 29 touches for 198 yards and two touchdowns the past two weeks, and he should be ready to go for the postseason opener, be it as Miami's lead back or coming off the bench behind Mostert. The Dolphins should hold a more strenuous practice Thursday, after not practicing Tuesday and holding a walkthrough Wednesday.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Hits pay dirt sans No. 1 RB

    Achane rushed 10 times for 56 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 21-14 loss to Buffalo. Regular starter Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle) missed his second game in as many weeks due to multiple lower-body injuries, which opened the door for Achane to continue operating as Miami's lead back while also scoring the team's lone rushing touchdown Sunday. The explosive rookie unfathomably neared 1,000 combined yards from scrimmage (936) while scoring 10 total touchdowns despite spending a good portion of his 10 active games operating in a change-of pace role behind Mostert. Achane was already an exciting prospect in fantasy, but he could really put his name out there with a couple of big runs on the national stage against the Chiefs when the playoffs begin Saturday.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Good to go Sunday

    Achane (toe/ribs) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Bills. Achane has been cleared to play in the regular-season finale after he was a full participant in Friday's practice. In the absence of Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle) in a Week 17 loss to the Ravens, the rookie paced the Miami backfield with 18 touches (14 carries, four catches) for 137 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown, but Achane could settle into more of a timeshare arrangement if Mostert is able to make it back for Sunday's game. Mostert is carrying a questionable tag into the Week 18 contest after not participating in practice sessions Wednesday and Thursday before returning to the field Friday as a limited participant.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Handles limited reps Thursday

    Achane was a limited practice participant Thursday due to toe and rib injuries, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. The rib issue is a new concern for Achane, though Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald relays that the injury nor the lingering toe concern are expected to prevent the rookie from playing Sunday versus Buffalo. Meanwhile, fellow running back Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle) was listed as a non-participant for the second day in a row and could be at risk of missing a second straight game this weekend. The Dolphins' final Week 18 injury report will be released Friday and will reveal whether Achane and/or Mostert carry designations into Sunday, but at this stage, the former looks like the better bet to headline the Miami backfield. While Mostert was sidelined for a 56-19 loss to the Ravens in Week 17, Achane played 32 snaps and finished with 137 yards from scrimmage and one touchdown on 18 touches (14 carries, four catches).
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Limited to start Week 18 prep

    Achane was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to toe and rib injuries, Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN.com reports. The rib issue is new for Achane, but he's been dealing with the toe injury for weeks. With Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle) sidelined for last week's 56-19 loss to the Ravens, Achane played 48 percent of the offensive snaps and carried 14 times for 107 yards while adding four catches for 30 yards and a touchdown on five targets. Achane will have two more chances to increase his practice participation ahead of Sunday's game against the Bills, but the early expectation is that the rookie running back will head into the weekend without any restrictions.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Impressive in ugly loss

    Achane rushed 14 times for 107 yards and secured four of five targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 56-19 loss to the Ravens on Sunday. Achane led the Dolphins in rushing yards in the absence of Raheem Mostert (ankle/knee), outpacing backfield mate Jeff Wilson by 11 carries. The rookie also enjoyed a solid role in the passing game on the way to his fifth game with over 100 scrimmage yards. Achane could be poised for a critical role, whether or not Mostert is available, in Sunday's Week 18 home showdown against the Bills that will decide the AFC East title
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Looks set for lead back role Sunday

    Achane appears poised to lead the Dolphins backfield Sunday in Baltimore with Raheem Mostert (knee/ankle) considered unlikely to be available for the Week 17 contest, Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network report. For a third consecutive week, Achane tended to a toe injury, ramping up his activity from none Wednesday to some one day later and then a full session Friday. The development was enough for him to avoid a Week 17 game designation, while Mostert's one limited practice to end the week left him questionable to suit up. Miami will be posting its inactive list about 90 minutes before Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff, and assuming Mostert's name is included, Achane should take on lead back duties for the team, with Jeff Wilson and Chris Brooks on hand in reserve roles.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: RBs to Sit

    I'll change this posting if Raheem Mostert (shin) is out in Week 17 at Baltimore, but Mostert is expected to play as of Wednesday morning. Achane has been tough to trust lately with a combined 13.3 PPR points in his past two outings against the Jets and Cowboys. He has 12 total touches or less in three games in a row, and he hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 13. We'll see if the Dolphins involve Achane more in the passing game against Baltimore if Jaylen Waddle (ankle) is out as expected, but the Ravens are No. 8 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs. Mostert remains a must-start running back in all leagues against Baltimore, but Achane is just a flex option at best.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Turns in limited practice

    Achane (toe) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. After sitting out the Dolphins' first Week 17 practice session Wednesday, Achane took a step forward in terms of activity a day later. The Dolphins haven't suggested that Achane's lingering toe injury is anything that will seriously threaten his availability for Sunday's game against the Ravens, but fellow running back Raheem Mostert's (knee/ankle) status may be a little more uncertain. Mostert is still expected to play this weekend, but he was a non-participant in practices Wednesday and Thursday and could take a designation into Sunday if he doesn't return to the field Friday as a full participant.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Misses practice Wednesday

    Achane (toe) didn't practice Wednesday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. The rookie running back has been dealing with the toe issue over the last few weeks but has played through it. Achane paced the Miami backfield in playing time in the team's 22-20 win over Dallas on Sunday, seeing action on 55 percent of the snaps while Raheem Mostert's role was reduced as he managed an ankle injury. Achane has handled single-digit carries in each of the last three contests, but he hasn't found the end zone while averaging 4.5 yards over his 23 totes during that stretch.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Gets green light for Sunday

    Achane (toe) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Cowboys, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Achane never took part in a full practice this week, but the Dolphins evidently came away encouraged enough from what they saw from the rookie in limited sessions Thursday and Friday to clear him for Sunday's contest. Since returning to action Week 13 following a one-game absence due to a knee issue, Achane hasn't played more than 59 percent of snaps in any of the ensuing three contests, but he's still produced 152 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 33 carries (4.6 average) to go with 11 catches for 84 yards during that stretch. Even though Raheem Mostert remains Option 1A out of the Miami backfield, the explosive Achane still sees enough touches to make for a high-upside weekly fantasy play.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Returns to limited practice

    Achane (toe) was a limited participant Thursday in his return to practice, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. Achane played through the same injury last week, taking 12 touches for 62 yards in a 30-0 win over the Jets. He's on the right track to play again this Sunday against the Cowboys, having returned to practice Thursday after what was seemingly a precautionary absence Wednesday. The rookie figures to continue mixing in behind Raheem Mostert, whose absences from practice Wednesday and Thursday don't seem especially concerning given that the Dolphins have often held him out this season and are listing 'rest' as one of the reasons for the veteran back missing practice this week.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Back at practice Thursday

    Achane (toe) was on the field for practice Thursday, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Achane's presence at practice Thursday perhaps suggests that the running back's absence Wednesday may have been maintenance-related. The extent of Achane's participation in Thursday's session will be known when Miami releases its second Week 16 injury report later in the day.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Listed as non-participant again

    Achane (toe) was listed as a non-participant for Thursday's walk-through practice, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Achane now has been estimated as a non-participant on both of the Dolphins' first two Week 15 injury report, and head coach Mike McDaniel noted prior to Thursday's session that the rookie running back is an "unknown" for Sunday's game against the Jets at this stage of the week, per Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald. The Dolphins are likely to hold a more traditional practice Friday, and if Achane is able to get back on the field in some capacity, he could clear up some of the concern about his status heading into Sunday. If Achane ends up sitting out against the Jets, starter Raheem Mostert (knee) could handle a larger share of the snaps out of the backfield, while Jeff Wilson would likely be in store for an expanded role as the No. 2 option.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Off injury report

    Achane (knee) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game at Washington, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports. The Dolphins made it official a few hours after coach Mike McDaniel announced Achane was ready to return. The rookie had a setback with his knee in his first game back from a stint on injured reserve, but the Dolphins don't seem too worried about a significant aggravation occurring. Achane figures to share backfield work with Raheem Mostert and possibly Jeff Wilson as well.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Questionable for Friday

    Achane (knee) is listed as questionable for Friday's game against the Jets, Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network reports. Per Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site, Achane remained listed as limited on Thursday's practice estimate, and with the official questionable listing, the rookie running back's status for Friday's 3:00 pm ET kickoff is uncertain. If Achane is unavailable for the contest, Jeff Wilson and Darrynton Evans would be candidates to log complementary snaps behind Raheem Mostert (ankle/knee), who doesn't carry a Week 12 injury designation.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: In line to practice Wednesday

    Achane (knee) is slated to practice Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Per Rapoport, head coach Mike McDaniel suggested that how Achane fares during Wednesday's session will determine how much (if at all) the running back will play Friday against the Jets. If Achane ends up sitting out Week 12 or is available only in a limited capacity, Raheem Mostert (ankle/knee) would likely remain busy as the Dolphins' lead back. Jeff Wilson, who was a healthy inactive in the Week 11 win over the Raiders, would also be a candidate to re-enter the backfield mix in a complementary role behind Mostert.
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  • Dolphins' De'Von Achane: Gets limited listing Tuesday

    Achane (knee) was listed as limited on Tuesday's practice estimate, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. The rookie running back didn't last long Sunday in his first game action since Week 5, as Achane made an early exit after another player landed on his knee. Coach Mike McDaniel told Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network that Achane was held out as a precaution because it was the same knee that forced the running back's stint on IR. On Monday, McDaniel called the RB "day-to-day" and didn't rule him out for Friday's game at the Jets, per Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel. With a limited walkthrough under his belt to begin Week 12 prep, Achane seemingly has a chance to play. If Achane is limited or out Friday, Raheem Mostert will serve as Miami's top running back, with Jeff Wilson the likely main reserve after the team placed Salvon Ahmed (foot) on injured reserve Tuesday.
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