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|Hines posted the sixth-most receptions among running backs in 2018, with 63 catches for 425 yards and two touchdowns as the primary receiving and third-down back for the Colts.
The second-year player from North Carolina State once again projects to be the pass-catching back behind starter Marlon Mack in what could be an elite offense under Andrew Luck. The Colts boast arguably the best offensive line in the league, and the skill portion players at Luck's disposal are the best he has ever had in his seven years with the team.
Due to his limited rushing usage, just 85 carries in 16 games, Hines' value as a fantasy asset rests more in PPR formats than standard. Another worry for Hines owners is the running ability of rookie WR Paris Campbell, who could be used similarly by head coach Frank Reich.
| Fractured hand for Marlon Mack|
Likely to miss Week 12
By: Mike Krueger | Mon Nov 18, 7:00 am
|RB Marlon Mack, who was on his way to one of his best games, suffered a fractured hand on Sunday. He'll see see specialists today to get more info on when he can play again. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: The Colts play Thursday night so expect to see Jonathan Williams and Nyheim Hines carry the load against the Texans. Jordan Wilkins missed Week 11 with an ankle injury. We should get a better idea of how long Mack will be out later today.
| T.Y Hilton expected to play, Mack gametime call|
Quad injury for Hitlon
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Oct 6, 7:15 am
|For the SNF game, there is optimism that #Colts
WR T.Y. Hilton (quad) plays, while RB Marlon Mack (ankle) is a game-time call, but the team will be cautious. Meanwhile, #Chiefs RB Damien Williams (knee) and WR Sammy Watkins (shoulder) both should play, sources say. (Ian Rapoport on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Hilton was limited in practice this week but it appears he will give it a go on Sunday Night Football against the Chiefs. He'll be a risky low-end WR1 in this matchup. If Mack sits, Jordan Wilkins and Nyheim Hines would handle running back duties with Hines more likely to see the bulk of the pass-catching work.