(NEW) Matt Breida/DeAndre Washington (Roster Percentages - 20.0% and 0.2%): We received triple the news as of today/Tuesday, as reports out of Miami are that Myles Gaskin will miss at least three weeks with a sprained MCL. While many will rush to the waivers and overspend on Matt Breida, I would exercise caution here. Breida has shown to be very brittle when getting hefty workloads in the past, and while his value obviously gets a boost here with no Gaskin in front of him, I would temper expectations in the long term. The Dolphins also made two trades today, shipping away slot receiver Isiah Ford to New England and trading for DeAndre Washington, who will leave Kansas City and have a legit shot at earning meaningful reps in Miami. Washington showed promise in late 2019 when filling in for the then-injured Josh Jacobs in three games, totaling 54 carries, 215 rushing yards, 2 TD's on the ground and 16 catches on 19 targets for 119 receiving yards. If you don't have a calculator handy, that's a more-than-solid average of 18 carries, 72 rushing yards and 5+ catches/6+ targets for 40 receiving yards per game, aka high upside RB2 numbers. We can't just blanket copy/paste those stats into his new role in Miami, but at least we've seen what both Breida and Washington have done in featured roles in the past. While Breida's short-term value will certainly be higher than of Washington's, especially in Week 9 against Arizona, Washington has a cleaner bill of health and will most likely come in at a fraction of the FAB bid cost of Breida.