T.Y. Hilton injury update: Colts receiver looking for a fantasy rebound

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

T.Y. Hilton is on the injury report again. We break down the fantasy implications.

Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton (neck) is listed as probable to face the Jaguars on Sunday. He sat out of practice on Friday and was active in Thursday and Wednesday's action.

Hilton had an underwhelming game at San Francisco with just two catches for 13 yards. Of course, the 49ers have a very good defense and the Colts played very conservatively in a shocking win.

Hilton has been dealing with his neck issue for a couple weeks, but it's not something that should be a major factor while he's on the field. This week, he gets to travel to Jacksonville and should have some success. The Colts are going to be without Ahmad Bradshaw, so they might not be as inclined to run the ball as much as they did in Week 3.

Fantasy impact: Hilton is going to have some nice opportunity here. The Jaguars can't stop anyone and Hilton is a good bet to catch a long TD. He's a low-end WR2 and could put up some serious stats. Reggie Wayne should also be busy and productive.

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