After three years in the league, the knock on Hartline is that he is a one-trick pony. He has a gaudy career yards per reception average of 15.3 but has never topped 615 receiving yards or three touchdowns in a season. Basically, he gets open on deep passes but not as frequently as needed to be a true starting wide receiver. On the minus side of the ledger, Hartline isnít a great route runner and has decent but not outstanding size so he is a questionable fit in the Dolphins new west coast offense. However, a position in the starting line-up seems almost certain, just donít bother adding him to your roster. With just four double-digit point performances in 44 career games, Hartline is a waiver wire option and bye week filler if you are desperate.
FF Today's Take:Benjamin missed practice yesterday so his situation needs to be monitored through the weekend. The 49ers rank in the top of FPTs Allowed to receivers making this a decent matchup for Benjamin and the Browns receivers. Brian Hartline will be a sneaky play if Benjamin sits in Week 14.
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