No. 2 RB Sleeper


It is understandable for those who stay away from the Colts backfield. It is a fantasy conundrum. Rookie Jonathan Taylor is the man and then he isn’t.

Jordan Wilkins will make an unscheduled appearance messing up every fantasy roster everywhere. And then there is the inconsistency of Hines that you have to worry about. But lately, in our “what have you done for me” world, Hines has done quite well.

In Week 10 he had 12 carries for 70 yards and one touchdown. He added five receptions on six targets for 45 yards and another touchdown. Wilkins averaged 3.5 yards per carry, Taylor averaged 1.7 and Hines averaged 5.8. It is fools gold to know who will be up next in this backfield, but the Colts are playing for their playoff lives.

Week 11 includes going against the Green Bay Packers who just surrendered 109 rushing yards to rookie James Robinson. The Colts should be sticking with the hot hand…hopefully.

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