Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
4 weeks ago

Stills is one of four Miami wideouts with considerable starting experience, joined by DeVante Parker and offseason acquisitions Albert Wilson and Danny Amendola, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Dolphins replaced Jarvis Landry with Wilson and Amendola, bringing in a pair of wideouts who have mostly worked from the slot. Stills thus figures to be unchallenged in his starting role, though he could face a bit more competition for targets, especially if Parker stays healthy. Stills drew 106 looks last season, easily besting his previous career-high mark of 85 in 2014. While unlikely to maintain that volume, he could make up the difference by improving on last year's career-low mark of 14.6 yards per reception. Long known for catching deep balls, Still has also proven to be a scoring threat with 15 of his 26 career touchdowns coming in the past two seasons.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
6 months ago

Stills revealed he played through a torn tendon on a finger in his right hand most of the 2017 season but he will not require surgery this offseason, Jason Lieser of the Palm Beach Post reports.

EDGE Analysis

Stills seemingly suffered the injury in Week 3 against the Jets considering he wasn't available to catch passes in practice leading up to Week 4. Despite the impairment, Stills went on to log one the best seasons of his career and finished the year with 58 receptions for 847 yards and six touchdowns while maintaining his reputation as a valuable downfield threat, considering his 14.6 average registered as 22nd-best in the league. He remains under contract with the Dolphins through 2020 and could possibly take on a larger workload in 2018 if teammate and team target-leader Jarvis Landry, who's an unrestricted free agent, doesn't re-sign with Miami this offseason.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
7 months ago

Stills hauled in four receptions for 54 yards on six targets as the Dolphins lost to the Chiefs 29-13 on Sunday.

EDGE Analysis

Stills has had a solid season for Miami as the third wide receiver. He has 55 receptions for 813 yards and six touchdowns. Quarterback Jay Cutler has developed solid chemistry with Stills as evidenced by his being targeted as least six times in eight of his last 10 games. Stills isn't the reception monster that Jarvis Landry is but he is still a valuable member of the Miami passing offense.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
7 months ago

Stills caught one of six targets for eight yards during Sunday's 24-16 loss to Buffalo.

EDGE Analysis

Like Monday's win against New England, Stills was quiet while his fellow targets went off on Sunday. The speedster entered Sunday with more than twice as many plays of at least 20 yards than any other Dolphin. The problem is that Stills' production often lives and dies by the deep ball and he tends to struggle when he's kept underneath. While Stills will end the year with a difficult rematch against Buffalo, look out for him next weekend against Kansas City where he might be able to add to his collection of 14 plays of at least 20 yards. Kansas City enters this week averaging more yards per opponent reception than just two other squads this season.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
7 months ago

Stills only had two receptions for 18 yards as Miami defeated New England 27-20 on Monday night.

EDGE Analysis

While this was certainly a disappointing performance for Stills, he's still a big part of the Miami passing game and has taken over the deep role from DeVante Parker. Stills could be a risky fantasy play however for the next two weeks as Miami will play at Buffalo and Kansas City. Those aren't the two friendliest of road venues to visit in December.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
8 months ago

Stills brought in five of 13 targets for 98 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 35-9 win over the Broncos.

EDGE Analysis

While he wasn't exactly efficient with them, Stills did see a team-high amount of targets and got into the end zone for the second time in the past three contests. For all practical purposes, the fifth-year wideout has seemingly surpassed DeVante Parker in the receiver pecking order over the last few weeks, as even Jay Cutler's return to action Sunday didn't shake the former from his multi-week doldrums. Factoring in Sunday's production, Stills now has the second-highest receiving yardage total of his career (733) and is just 16 receptions away from eclipsing the career-best 63 he established in 2014 with the Saints. He'll look to continue building toward that goal against the Patriots in a Week 14 divisional showdown.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
8 months ago

Stills hauled in three of six targets for 47 yards in Sunday's 35-17 loss to the Patriots.

EDGE Analysis

Stills couldn't come close to replicating his season-best, seven-catch, 180-yard, one-touchdown effort from Week 11, but he was able to at least post some serviceable numbers after a quiet start to the game. The fifth-year speedster does continue to see a steady flow of targets, with Sunday marking the fifth game over the last six contests in which he'd logged at least six, which has allowed him to outproduce starter DeVante Parker with regularity as of late. He'll look to continue producing against a tough Broncos secondary in Week 13.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
8 months ago

Stills (back) gathered in seven of eight targets for 180 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Buccaneers. He also fumbled once.

EDGE Analysis

Stills was responsible for the Dolphins posting two of their three longest pass plays of the season Sunday, as he hauled in both a 45-yard pass and a 61-yard scoring strike, the latter closing Miami's deficit to 20-19 with three minutes remaining. Stills showed no evidence of the back injury that had been plaguing him during the practice week, and his reception and receiving yardage totals were both season highs. The 25-year-old has now seen eight targets for consecutive weeks, as well as 30 overall in the last four games. Given his performance Sunday, he could well be a primary beneficiary if Matt Moore draws another start in Week 12 against the Patriots.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
8 months ago

Stills (back) is active for Sunday's Week 11 tilt against the Buccaneeers.

EDGE Analysis

Stills wrapped up the practice week with a missed session Friday, but that move may have been largely precautionary. The speedster will thus be available against a vulnerable Buccaneers' secondary that has given up a 7.8 YPA and 266 passing yards per game, both bottom-five figures.

Kenny Stills
WR MIA (11)
8 months ago

Stills (back) is expected to play Sunday against the Buccaneers, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

EDGE Analysis

Stills' availability was in question after being unable to practice Friday, but he's apparently good enough to go despite being officially listed as questionable to play. It's certainly a solid opportunity, with the Bucs greatly struggling against the pass this season.