By Mike Tagliere (FantasyPros), Tue, Sep 29th 2020, 2:30pm EDT
Through three games with Philip Rivers, Hilton currently sits as the WR69 on the season. That's not great, especially when you consider Parris Campbell has missed essentially two games and Jack Doyle missed one game. Hilton has just 17 targets, 10 receptions, and 133 yards on the season, which amounts to less fantasy points than Tim Patrick. This matchup is a problem with his lack of yardage, as the Bears are the only defense in the league who's still yet to allow a single wide receiver touchdown (check Monday night game). On the season, they've allowed just 1.30 PPR points per target, which is the lowest in the league, and it's not without plenty of volume, as they've faced the second-most targets to wide receivers. Hilton won't see more of Kyle Fuller or Jaylon Johnson in coverage, as he moves back and forth while the Bears play sides. If you're expecting a Hilton bounce-back, that's fine, but this may not be the best week to bet on that. Sheer expected volume is what carries into low-end WR3 territory, but he's not very exciting.