Hines surprisingly finished as the No. 20 fantasy back last season, averaging 10.1 PPG in half-PPR. He did most of his damage as a receiver (63-482-4 on 76 targets), vulturing a sizable and valuable workload from Jonathan Taylor. Hines’ involvement didn’t decline at all in the final weeks of the season–it actually increased from 8.7 touches per game (Weeks 1-10) to 9.4 in the final six games of the season, when Taylor was active–so prospective Taylor owners hoping for a mega-workload from the second-year back may be disappointed. As for Hines, he does offer a decent weekly floor; he scored 7.0+ fantasy points (PPR) in 12 of 16 games last year. He also had four spike weeks of 17+, including Week 12 (which Taylor missed), where Hines turned 18 touches into 95 total yards. Hines would likely see a significant uptick in touches if Taylor were to miss any time, though Marlon Mack would be in the mix as well.