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Mailbag: September 24, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is Drew Brees finished? What's up with T.Y. Hilton's slow start? Is Leonard Fournette now "The Man" in Tampa Bay. A.J. Brown's lingering knee injury. And more. more »

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Scheduletron: Strength of schedule

Let’s take one last look at Strength of Schedule before we kick this season off. This time, let’s look not at what teams did last year, but what people think they will do in 2020. It provides a truer look at things.  more »

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Podcast: August 27 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff pick apart the AFC South, then talk holdins and preseason injuries. Sponsored by FanDraft and RotoWire.  more »

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Aug
13

Colts activate WR Hilton

The Indianapolis Colts activated veteran wide receiver T.Y. HILTON on Wednesday as he continues to recover from a hamstring injury that he suffered while preparing for the season. Hilton said thatMore he was feeling good, adding that he needed just a couple of days, a week at most, to be back to full health. The Colts training camp opens fully on Monday. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

Aug
4

Colts place Hilton on NFI list with bad hammy

The Indianapolis Colts have placed veteran wide receiver T.Y. HILTON on the active/non-football injury list with a hamstring injury suffered this offseason. Hilton is now unavailable for the start of training camp. He also missed six games last year with injuries, as he is nearing “oft-injured” territory.

Source: NBC Sports

Mailbag: July 24, 2020

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: If games are played without fans, does that eliminate crowd-noise advantage for defenses? Why T.Y. Hilton's value could be on the rise. Over-rated rookie running backs. Stash players for 2021. And more. more »

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Dec
19

Hilton to play in final two weeks

Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich does not plan to limit wide receiver T.Y. HILTON for the final two weeks of the season, even though the team has already been eliminatedMore from the playoffs. Reich said that Hilton came away from Monday night’s game in good health, adding that his star wideout would see more playing time over the final couple of games of the season. Less

Source: Team Blog

Dec
7

Mack, Campbell to return for Colts

Indianapolis running back MARLON MACK and wide receiver PARRIS CAMPBELL will return to action when the Colts play the Tampa Bay Bucs this Sunday. Mack’s return is a pleasant surprise forMore his fantasy owners, with head coach Frank Reich saying that his top running back was a week ahead of schedule. Unfortunately, veteran wideout T.Y. HILTON will miss his sixth game of the season and second in a row while nursing a calf injury. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

Dec
2

Indianapolis and the terrible, horrible, no good, very bad Sunday

Indianapolis stars T.Y. HILTON and MARLON MACK missed Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans due to injuries. Wide receiver DEVIN FUNCHESS was expected to come off injured reserve soon, but hisMore fractured clavicle is not healing - and it was announced after the game that he is done for the season. Kicker ADAM VINATIERI’s struggles continued as well, as he missed three of four field goals – with two of them being blocked. One of the blocked kicks was returned 63 yards for a game-changing touchdown. A rough day at the office for the Colts. Less

Source: Team Website

Nov
29

Hilton out vs. Titans

Indianapolis wide receiver T.Y. HILTON will not play in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Hilton has been dealing with a calf injury since late October and suffered a setback during practice on Wednesday. Hilton is now considered week-to-week.

Source: Indianapolis Star

Nov
21

Hilton travels to Houston, questionable for TNF

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. HILTON is officially listed as questionable for tonight’s game against the Houston Texans. Hilton is recovering from a calf injury that has kept him out ofMore the Colts’ past three games. He seems to be trending in the right direction and Hilton seemed optimistic this week about his ability to play. Hilton has had great success against the Texans during his eight-year career, totaling over 1,500 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

Nov
20

Hilton hoping to play on TNF

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. HILTON says that he feels good enough to play against the Houston Texans on Thursday night. Hilton has missed the past three games after suffering aMore calf injury in practice. Hilton said that he will be able to play against the Colts if he can “check all the boxes” with the trainers, doctors, and coaches. First place in the AFC South is on the line in Thursday night’s game. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

Nov
16

Brissett will start, Hilton will not vs. Jaguars

Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich said on Friday that JACOBY BRISSETT will start Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Brissett missed last weekend’s game with a knee injury, but fantasy ownersMore will have him available this time around. Unfortunately, Brissett will be without wide receivers T.Y. HILTON (calf) and PARRIS CAMPBELL (hand) against the Jaguars. Less

Source: NFL.com

Nov
2

Hilton to miss 3 to 4 weeks

Indianapolis wide receiver T.Y. HILTON suffered a calf injury during Wednesday’s practice and is expected to miss three to four weeks due to the injury. Head coach Frank Reich said heMore does not anticipate that Hilton will require surgery, and there is no plan to place the injured wideout on injured reserve. Hilton has missed only five games during his eight-year NFL career, with the Colts losing all five of those games. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

Oct
4

Colts WR Hilton “feeling good”

Indianapolis Colts star wide receiver T.Y. HILTON returned to a limited practice on Thursday. Hilton missed last week’s game due to a quadriceps injury, but he says that he is “feelingMore really good” as he continues to recover. Hilton has gotten off to a strong start this season, and the Colts offense would receive a major boost if he’s able to return for Sunday’s game against Kansas City. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

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