Thursday night’s match is good, with the two best teams in South Asia competing head-to-head. Tennessee Titans 6-2 lead South while 5-3 Colts are second and are looking to lead the Titans to the top. At this point, the division title is a race between two teams, with the Texas team sitting in third with a score of 2-6, while Jaguar ranks 1-7.
Titans are favored with two spots, with 48.5 higher / lower, which is mostly due to the home field advantage. Below, we’ll take a look at who gets started and sits in a regular 12-team league .5 PPR.
Jordan Wilkins, RB, Colts
Frank Reich splits back the running touches just enough to make it hard to use any of this group with confidence, but Wilkins appears to have little leadership at this point. The Titans were below average for their appearances this season, allowing a total of 11 relegations to the center.
Trey Burton, T.E., Colts
The Titans were allowed to relegate to Noah Fante, Tyler Evert, Kyle Rudolph, Darren Fells and Jimmy Graham this season. Burton continues to lead the team at a tight end, and this week Jack Doyle is likely not in contention for work due to a concussion. Moe Alie-Cox didn’t train on Monday, but he got limited training on Wednesday. If I happen to make a mistake, Burton is playing great, but if he can go Burton’s upside will happen, but he will still play advantageous.
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Juno Smith, TE, Titans
Smith will probably be hard to sit down to, as he has a good touch to the upside every week despite some weak target numbers, but tonight’s workload and match combine to deliver a poor performance. During his last four matches, Smith had six receptions for 10 goals for 83 yards and a touchdown. Colts allowed receptions on 32 of 56 goals over 290 yards and no touchdowns in season. They did not yet allow a narrow end up to 65 yards and only two exceeded 50 yards. In the season they allow the fewest imaginary points in the center.
TY Hilton, W.R., Colts
Hilton trained this week and appears to be ready to play after a week hiatus due to a groin injury. Unfortunately, the Hilton has been bad this season and is no longer trustworthy at first or even on the rosters in most 12-team leagues. Philip Rivers distributes the ball too much so that Hilton can see the target numbers that a fictional game can keep and without any touchdowns and with only 35.9 yards per game, he will need to prove himself before returning in an imaginary lineup.