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This Week Outlook
Jordan Wilkins caught two of four passes for six yards in a playoff matchup on Saturday as the Colts lost to the Bills by a 27-24 score.
Wilkins had missed the game in Week 17 as he was on the reserve/COVID-19 list but was off it and ready to play for the playoff matchup in Buffalo. Wilkins spent most of the season as the third back for the Colts and looks like he will have a similar role in the 2021 season.
Jordan Wilkins is a surprise scratch from Week 17's matchup against the Jaguars as he was placed on the Covid-19 reserve list.
Wilkins didn't see any action last week so this isn't a huge deal for fantasy purposes. Jonathan Taylor will get the start and Nyheim Hines will play a relief role as usual.
Jordan Wilkins did not see a carry or a pass on Sunday as the Colts defeated the Texans by a 27-20 score in Week 15 action.
Wilkin's involvement in the Colts offense has steadily deteriorated as fellow running backs Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines have been playing well of late. Wilkins can be dropped by fantasy owners in most formats.
Jordan Wilkins rushed one time for three yards and caught one pass for an additional four yards on Sunday as the Colts beat the Raiders by a 44-27 score in Week 14 action.
With rookie Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines having big days, Wilkins had a hard time seeing the field on Sunday. The 26-year-old running back has no fantasy value unless Hines or Taylor were to get hurt.
Jordan Wilkins rushed five times for 12 yards and caught both his targets for six additional yards on Sunday as the Colts beat the Texans by a 26-20 score in Week 13 action.
With Jonathan Taylor back in the lineup, Wilkins has moved back down to third on the depth chart. Unless an injury occurs, Wilkins can be left on the waiver wire in fantasy leagues.