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|Pittman is big (6-4, 223), fast (4.5 40), athletic and tough. He's also a precise route runner with excellent hands who isn't afraid to make the tough catch or compete in traffic. He's a smart football player who can attack from the slot or the boundary and has shown an ability to contribute in the run game as well.
He flashed as a rookie and even looked like the Colts WR1 early on in 2020 but T.Y. Hilton took on that mantle, which limited Pittman's opportunities. Jonathan Taylor's role as the workhorse of this offense, and HC Frank Reich's tendency to rotate receivers is going to cap Pittman's upside. While Pittman could make a big jump in Year Two, he is only a borderline WR3 option early in the season as long as Hilton remains healthy and in the lineup.
| Parris Campbell Inactive for Week 2|
Late add to the injury report
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Sep 19, 11:32 am
|Officially active today for the Colts: Eric Fisher, Quenton Nelson, Khari Willis, Darius Leonard, Michael Pittman Jr.
Inactive: WR Parris Campbell. (Zak Keefer on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: Both Pittman and Campbell (abdomen) were late adds to the injury report this week but while Pittman will be on the field, Campbell will ride the bench. Zach Pascal becomes an intriguing DFS tournament play as a result.
| T.Y. Hilton expected to miss multiple weeks|
By: Mike Krueger | Sun Aug 29, 9:57 am
|NEWS: With the regular season 2 weeks away, Colts WR T.Y. Hilton is expected to miss multiple weeks with an unspecified injury, multiple sources tell @zkeefer and I. The injury is *not* considered season ending.
Hilton was injured in Wednesday's practice but later returned. (Stephen Holder on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: The injury is unspecified but Adam Schefter is reporting that is a upper back/neck situation. Hilton can likely be avoided in most drafts for the time being while Michael Pittman Jr. gets a slight boost. The Colts like to rotate receivers so it's difficult for any of them to become a steady WR2 option in fantasy.