• Parris Campbell: 10 receptions, 70 yards, 1 touchdown
• Derrick Henry: 30 carries, 128 yards, 3 receptions, 10 receiving yards
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The return of Jonathan Taylor: The former All-Pro returned to the Colts’ starting lineup after missing the past two games, but he didn’t see his usual role on offense.
- The reason for his decreased playing time was only partially due to his return from injury. The Colts ran two-minute drives in both halves, and Nyheim Hines took all of the snaps in each one.
- Hines had been the primary running back during two-minute drills in previous games.
- The Colts' run-pass ratio wasn’t as high as it had been in previous games early on, and it remained pass-heavy late in the game due to the game script.
- Taylor achieved a career-high seven catches in the passing game. It’s possible we see him get fewer carries but more catches going forward, which, if anything, could help him in PPR leagues.
- This was the worst matchup remaining on the schedule for the Colts’ running backs. Taylor could be considered a buy-low candidate.
Add Parris Campbell: Campbell put up his second straight great game, already making 2022 the best season of his career.
- His playing time has increased in recent weeks, in part due to Ashton Dulin landing on injured reserve.
- He has caught 17 passes on 20 targets for 127 yards and two touchdowns over the past two weeks.
- The Colts have been a very pass-heavy team in that time, but they might choose to continue that strategy.
- Campbell’s never had a great opportunity due to injury and is still only 25 years old. It’s not unheard of for a wide receiver to take a few years to break out.
- There is a chance his role could decrease if Alec Pierce earns more time or Dulin returns, but it’s worth adding him just in case this breakout continues.
Don’t add Austin Hooper: The Titans tight end might seem tempting after catching three passes for 56 yards, doubling his season total in receiving yards, but it’s unlikely this is a sign of things to come.
- His playing time actually declined with rookie Chigoziem Okonkwo and veteran Kevin Rader taking more of the early-down work, leaving Hooper mostly as a third-down tight end.
- Hooper played 11-of-19 snaps out of 11 personnel, 10-of-12 snaps in 13 personnel where he’s primarily a run-blocker and 4-of-25 in 12 or 21 personnel.
- The Titans were without their rookie wide receivers in this game, although both will ideally be back soon.
- He could have another good game here and there, but his playing time is so limited that these games will be rare.
• Snaps include plays called back due to penalties, including offensive holding or defensive pass interference. The other three stats have these plays removed.
• Targets may differ from official NFL sources. The most likely discrepancy would be from a clear thrown-away pass, where the NFL may give the target to the nearest receiver, while this data will not.
• Carries are only on designed plays. Quarterback scrambles won’t count for the total number of carries in the game.