Hines had 100 total scrimmage yards last week and, as Rapoport notes, there has been some inconsistency with rookie Jonathan Taylor. Green Bay has been one of the most favorable matchups for fantasy running backs this season. In fact, heading into the week, all three Colts backs (Hines, Taylor and Jordan Wilkins) rank in our top 40 half-PPR running backs, with Hines up top at No. 29.
Taylor did score his team's only TD but finished with a rushing line of just 6-27-1 while Wilkins ran 11 times for 39 yards. Taylor had a key fumble lost as well which could have contributed to his lack of touches. Taylor has had one carry in the second half in each of the last two games. Right now, it looks like a three-headed committee at RB for the Colts.
Keefer pointed out it didn't come up until after the win. Keefer added, if needed, Wilkens has proven he's ready to go. Wilkens finished with a 20-89-1 line and added a catch for 24 yards. Hines played a huge role in the passing game with a line of 3-54-2. Taylor owners may want to try and get Wilkens off the wire this week in case the Taylor injury lingers.