WR Parris Campbell - Indianapolis Colts

5-11, 205Born: 7-16-1997College: Ohio StateDrafted: Round 2, pick 2019

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Campbell suffered a broken hand in Week 9 and will be out for several weeks

He is listed as out on this week's official injury report.

News you need to know

General News (Fri Nov 15): is out for this week's game.

General News (Thu Nov 14): did not practice on Thursday.

General News (Wed Nov 13): did not practice on Wednesday.

General News (Tue Nov 12): is optimistic about the possibility of returning from his fractured right hand in time to play in Week 13 against the Tennessee Titans.

Week 11: vs Jacksonville Jaguars

All WR vs JAX

FBG says: Neutral matchup. The Colts passing offense will be elated to have Jacoby Brissett back this week, as their offense looked disastrous under Bryan Hoyer in the loss at home against Miami last week. The situation still warrants monitoring coming into Sunday, but as of early in the week, it looks like Brissett should be good to go even if limited as a runner from his knee injury. Overall, Brissett has done a fine job leading the Colts offense this season. He did have a couple of disappointing games against the Broncos and Chiefs, but beyond those outings, Brissett had passed for multiple touchdowns in each of his five other starts and has just three interceptions to 14 touchdowns on the season. His top receiver T.Y. Hilton will very likely remain sidelined this week with a calf injury, which leaves Zach Pascal as the top wide receiver for Brissett. Pascal looked to have some chemistry with Brissett before the injury in Week 9, but keep expectations in check given Pascal is far from a true WR1 talent. In addition, Devin Funchess is eligible to return this week and could certainly garner some attention if healthy enough to suit up. At tight end, Eric Ebron dominated the attention of Hoyer with 12 targets last week--primarily due to his easy availability on short routes. Both he and Jack Doyle split targets relatively evenly under Brissett though, and both will remain touchdown-dependent options in this low volume passing offense. The Jaguars are a middle-of-the-pack passing defense without Jalen Ramsey to pair up with A.J. Bouye in shutting down outside receivers for this secondary. While Bouye does remain a strength of this defense, their true advantage will come from a defensive line that has wreaked havoc on opposing quarterbacks with 30 sacks on the season--tied for fifth-most in the league. This week, however, the Colts have an equally excellent offensive line that has given up an average of below two sacks per game and one of the lowest pressure rates in the league. Back to the secondary, this Jaguars group of defensive backs should have minimal issues with a ragtag bunch of Colts wide receivers--especially with Bouye helping to lock down the outside. The possible return of cornerback D.J. Hayden will also help this unit out, as Hayden was injured in Week 8 but just resumed practice this week. Where this group has faltered in recent weeks has been against tight ends, giving up four touchdowns to the position in their last four games. They have strong coverage safeties, but these Jaguars linebackers have been a liability against both tight ends and running backs--which should bode well for both Colts tight ends along with Nyhiem Hines coming out of the backfield.

Recent Stats and Projections

8 vs DEN 8 0 0 0 1 0.0 0 0 0 0
9 at PIT 44 3 27 0 5 5.0 53 0 0 6
11 vs JAX PROJ-Tremblay * 0 * * 0.0 * * * *
11 vs JAX PROJ-Bloom * 0 * * 0.0 * * * *

Weekly Performance vs WR 1, WR 12, WR 24, WR 36

Percentile ranks

Parris Campbell's percentile rank in each category, among WR with more than 50 fantasy points.

Recent Game Summaries

2019 Week 9 vs PIT (5 / 5 / 53 / 0 rec, 3 / 27 / 0 rush)

Parris Campbell made some nice plays on the edge and showed off his blinding speed. Campbell made a catch in the flat made a man miss and was on his way to scoring a 34 yard touchdown but he slipped, fell, and fumbled the ball out of bounds after a 27 yard gain. Campbell made an 8 yard catch running an in route. Campbell came wide open running a shallow crossing route and escaped down the sideline for 16. After the game it was revealed that he suffered a broken hand and will be out for multiple weeks.

2019 Week 4 vs OAK (8 / 5 / 25 / 0 rec)

Parris Campbell did not play well and was inefficient with his targets. Campbell saw a deep target from Brissett but the pass was well defended. Campbell made his first catch underneath for 2 yards. Campbell did well to pick up 15 yards on a screen pass on 3rd and 20 but was caught from behind and stripped giving the Raiders the ball. Campbell made a 7 yard catch on 3rd and 5 running a crossing route.

2019 Week 3 vs ATL (3 / 3 / 24 / 0 rec)

Parris Campbell caught a pass running a curl and slipped out of a tackle to pick up 11 yards. Campbell caught a slant for a 5 yard gain. Campbell caught a screen pass on 3rd and long for 8 yards. Campbell could be in line for more targets in TY Hilton misses time with injury. Campbell can catch underneath passes like slants, shallow crosses, and screen passes the targets Hilton usually gets when healthy.

2019 Week 2 vs TEN (1 / 1 / 12 / 1 rec)

Parris Campbell shook his man running a corner route and made an over the shoulder catch for a 15 yard touchdown.


Latest News

Colts | Week 11 injury report for Colts (Fri Nov 15, 03:47 PM) - Indianapolis Colts WR Parris Campbell (hand) did not participate in practice Friday, Nov. 15, and has been ruled out for Week 11. CB Pierre Desir (hamstring) did not practice and is listed as doubtful. TE Mo Alie-Cox (hip) and RB Jordan Wilkins (ankle) missed practice and are listed as questionable. S Clayton Geathers (non-injury), LB Darius Leonard (abdomen), DT Denico Autry (non-injury), OT Anthony Castonzo (non-injury) and DE Justin Houston (non-injury) did not practice but are not on the injury report. WR Ashton Dulin (neck), S Malik Hooker (knee) and DE Jabaal Sheard (non-injury) fully participated in practice and are not on the injury report.

Our View: Jonathan Williams could be the early down backup to Marlon Mack with Wilkins ailing.
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Colts | Thursday's practice report for Indianapolis (Thu Nov 14, 04:16 PM) - Indianapolis Colts TE Mo Alie-Cox (hip), WR Parris Campbell (hand), CB Pierre Desir (hamstring), WR T.Y. Hilton (calf), RB Jordan Wilkins (ankle), WR Ashton Dulin (neck), S Malik Hooker (knee) and DE Jabaal Sheard (rest) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 14. TE Jack Doyle (shoulder) was upgraded to a limited session. S Clayton Geathers (rest), LB Darius Leonard (abdomen) and QB Jacoby Brissett (knee) practiced in full.

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Colts | Wednesday practice report for Indy (Wed Nov 13, 07:02 PM) - Indianapolis Colts TE Mo Alie-Cox (hip), WR Parris Campbell (hand), CB Pierre Desir (hamstring) and RB Jordan Wilkins (ankle) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Nov. 13. S Clayton Geathers (non-injury) and LB Darius Leonard (abdomen) were limited during practice.

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Colts | Parris Campbell eyeing Week 13 return (Tue Nov 12, 02:13 PM) - Indianapolis Colts WR Parris Campbell (hand) is optimistic about the possibility of returning from his fractured right hand in time to play in Week 13 against the Tennessee Titans.

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Colts | Week 10 Indianapolis Colts inactives (Sun Nov 10, 02:33 PM) - The Indianapolis Colts have declared CB Quincy Wilson, QB Jacoby Brissett, WR T.Y. Hilton, LB E.J. Speed, DE Tyquan Lewis, WR Parris Campbell and CB Pierre Desir inactive for Week 10.

Our View: Brian Hoyer will start and Chad Kelly will back him up. It's a good streaming and DFS spot for Hoyer.
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