Colts WR T.Y. Hilton listed as questionable heading into week 16
 
 
 
 

Colts WR T.Y. Hilton listed as questionable heading into week 16

While Colts fans hope that Hilton (shoulder) will suit up against the resurgent Kansas City defense, it is far from a sure thing. Hilton was a limited participant in practice Friday and admitted to reporters that he was playing with "quite a bit" of pain since injuring his shoulder during the Colts matchup with Arizona last month.

Fantasy Analysis:

Considering that if Hilton suits up, he will be at less than 100 percent, and that the inconsistent Colts don't match up well against Kansas City, what do you do with Hilton if he plays? He returned to relavance last week with an 8 catch 78 yard performance, but he's been held out of the endzone since week 9, when he scored 3 times. With his high number of targets and receptions, Hilton remains a playable PPR WR 3 or flex, but in standard scoring leagues, select a better option from your bench.

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