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Week 13 Outlook
DeAndre Hopkins caught 3-of-5 targets for 49 yards in the Titans’ 17-10 win over the Panthers.
Hopkins has registered at least five targets in each game this season. The veteran remains the only wide receiver in Tennessee worth entering into your starting lineup on a weekly basis. Hopkins and the Titans will look to get a win over the Colts in Week 13.
DeAndre Hopkins grabbed 4 of 5 targets for 59 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-14 loss to the Jaguars.
Hopkins actually did not do all that much in Sunday's loss, but he pulled out a decent fantasy day with a big 43-yard score late in the third quarter to get the Titans on the board for the first time. Hopkins was coming off a poor performance in Week 10's loss at Tampa Bay, so this was a solid rebound for fantasy managers relying on the veteran. In the four games since rookie Will Levis took over at QB for the Titans, Hopkins is averaging 3.8 receptions for 68.5 yards with four total touchdowns.
DeAndre Hopkins caught 3-of-8 targets for 27 yards in the Titans’ 20-6 loss to Tampa Bay.
Hopkins led the team in targets as rookie QB Will Levis continues to trust his veteran wide receiver. The 31-year-old has logged 11 receptions on 25 targets in Levis’ three starts. Fantasy managers can continue to trust Hopkins as a solid option heading into Week 11.
DeAndre Hopkins caught 4 of 11 targets for 60 yards in Thursday's 20-16 loss to the Steelers.
Following his three-touchdown performance from Week 8, Hopkins unsurprisingly came back down to Earth on Thursday night. Still, the veteran WR produced a decent effort even if it was rather inefficient. With rookie Will Levis at QB the last two games, Hopkins has come up with 8 of 17 targets for 188 yards. Hopkins remains a viable WR3 in most formats going forward.
Tennessee Titans veteran WR DeAndre Hopkins (toe), who was listed as questionable for Thursday Night Football, is expected to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers despite his late-week injury downgrade.
“Nuk” had a statement performance in Week 8 when he caught three touchdown passes from rookie QB Will Levis in his NFL debut. However, it may have been for naught for fantasy football purposes — he had only one top-24 half-PPR WR performance before Week 8, so Hopkins may have been on most fantasy managers’ benches. In a matchup that has been mostly favorable for WRs all season, Hopkins comes in as the Expert Consensus Ranking’s WR19, though rookie CB Joey Porter Jr. has proven to be a lockdown corner early on when he gets playing time.