T.Y. Hilton, WR, Andrew Luck, QB, IND - It’s readily apparent that Luck can’t throw deep the way he used to. That certainly caps Hilton’s weekly and season-long ceiling, and Luck hasn’t really justified starting for fantasy teams with quarterback scoring spiking around the league. Between the quality of Hilton’s play, Frank Reich’s offensive mind, and Luck’s resourcefulness, you have to believe that the Colts offense is going to make the most of what they have despite obvious limitations. They have had road games against the Washington defense that stifled Aaron Rodgers a good part of Week 3 and the Philadelphia defense that is a monster at home the last two weeks. Rogers and Ebron both dropped touchdown passes against the Eagles. Better times are coming.
Nyheim Hines, RB, Ryan Grant, WR, IND - Beyond Luck’s arm, the Colts are also suffering from a severe lack of weapons. Eric Ebron and Chester Rogers are unreliable and Jack Doyle is week-to-week with a hip injury. Hines makes a ton of sense as a frequent run target out of the backfield set up for run-after-catch opportunities, and Grant had back-to-back strong plays to account for the Colts only touchdown in Philadelphia. Both deserve more work and Luck’s short and intermediate targets are still high value.
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