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Player Outlook
Hopkins had stretches of dominant production in 2023 despite inconsistent QB play from rookie Will Levis. He turned 137 targets into 75 receptions and commanded a nearly 30% target share. He also found success in the vertical game with 27 receptions of 20+ yards. This is important because his ability to win on the vertical plane is crucial since it fits Levis' skill set. Hopkins will be more of a WR2 in 2024 after the team signed Calvin Ridley but he makes for a value pick in the Rounds 8-9 range of drafts.

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2023 75 1057 14.09 7 9 4.50 1418.3
2022 64 717 11.20 3 0.00 839.2
3y Avg. 60 782 13.03 6 3 3.00 1058.8
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Finds end zone in season finale

    Hopkins recorded seven receptions on 10 targets for 46 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-20 win over the Jaguars. Derrick Henry drove the Titans to an upset win, though Hopkins turned in a solid effort in a supporting role. He was used primarily in a short-area role, as his longest reception went for only 16 yards. However, Hopkins came through with his seventh touchdown of the season on a six-yard reception early in the third quarter. All told, it was a successful opening season in Tennessee, as he posed the seventh 1,000-yard campaign of his career. He remains under contract with the team for the 2024 season, though the Titans can get out of the deal with only a $7.9 million hit to the salary cap.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: WRs to Start

    Hopkins had a solid game in Week 17 at Houston with seven catches for 72 yards on seven targets, and he's now scored at least 14.2 PPR points in four of his past seven games. That stretch started for him in Week 11 at Jacksonville when he had four catches for 59 yards and a touchdown on five targets for 15.9 PPR points. There have been nine receivers to score at least 14.5 PPR points against the Jaguars since Week 10, and Hopkins is worth trusting as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues in Week 18.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Reaches 1,000 yards

    Hopkins recorded seven receptions on seven targets for 72 yards in Sunday's 26-3 loss to the Texans. Hopkins caught passes from both Will Levis (foot) and Ryan Tannehill and led the team in targets, receptions and yards. He did the majority of his damage after the catch and rebounded from his past two performances, during which he combined to record only 41 yards. While it has been far from Hopkins' most productive season, he surpassed 1,000 receiving yards for the first time since 2020 while being held back by subpar quarterback play throughout the campaign.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Just four targets in loss

    Hopkins finished with two receptions for 20 yards off of four targets in Sunday's 20-17 loss to Seattle. Hopkins suffered from quarterback Will Levis' (ankle) absence Sunday, as backup Ryan Tannehill produced the wideout's lowest target total (four) this season. That's two duds in a row for Hopkins, who was building momentum once Levis took over for the struggling Tannehill back in Week 8. There is a chance that the Titans could get their best available quarterback back in Week 17, which would boost Hopkins' value for a potential revenge game against Houston next Sunday.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Held to 21 yards

    Hopkins recorded two receptions on nine targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 19-16 loss to the Texans. Hopkins was the clear focal point of the Tennessee passing attack, as his nine targets doubled any other player. However, his improved efficiency in recent weeks with Will Levis (leg) disappeared while averaging a minuscule 2.3 yards per target. Positively, Hopkins has at least nine targets in five of eight games with Levis under center, so he should continue to see plenty of opportunity in Week 16 against Seattle if the rookie signal-caller is active.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: WRs to Start

    Hopkins is getting back to must-start status with his production of late, and he should stay hot in a revenge game against his former team. He has a touchdown in three of his past four games, and in his past two outings against Indianapolis and Miami, Hopkins has 24 targets for 12 catches, 199 yards and two touchdowns. The last time he faced the Texans was in Week 7 in 2021 with the Cardinals, and Hopkins had seven catches for 53 yards and a touchdown on nine targets. The Texans have allowed eight of the past nine No. 1 receivers to score at least 12.7 PPR points, and 10 receivers have scored at least 15.2 PPR points against Houston this year.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Finding rhythm in Tennessee offense

    Hopkins recorded seven receptions (on 12 targets) for 124 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 28-27 win over the Dolphins. Hopkins accounted for the Titans' two longest plays from scrimmage with receptions of 45 and 36 yards, which helped him top 100 receiving yards for the third time this season. He capped off his performance with a three-yard touchdown catch, contributing to a frantic rally from Tennessee in the final four minutes of the game. Since Will Levis has taken over under center, Hopkins has 100 receiving yards or a touchdown in four of seven contests.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    Hopkins just had a standout game in Week 13 against Indianapolis with five catches for 75 yards and a touchdown on 12 targets for 18.9 PPR points. He also had 15.9 PPR points in Week 11 at Jacksonville, so he's starting to connect well with rookie quarterback Will Levis. But this could be a tough matchup for Hopkins in Week 14 at Miami, and he should see plenty of Dolphins cornerback Jalen Ramsey. I'm still starting Hopkins in three-receiver leagues, but this could be a tough outing for him on the road.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Catches touchdown again

    Hopkins recorded five catches on 12 targets for 75 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-28 overtime loss to the Colts. He also recorded one carry for four yards. Hopkins saw double-digit targets for the fourth time this season and had his most productive showing since Week 8. He did the majority of his damage on a trio of catches that went for 27, 22 and 18 yards. Hopkins also tallied his fifth touchdown of the campaign -- all of which have come since Will Levis took over under center -- on a three-yard reception late in the fourth quarter. The Titans will likely continue to prefer to run their offense through the ground game, but Hopkins has shown he is still capable of putting together strong performances
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Quiet against Panthers

    Hopkins recorded three catches on five targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 17-10 win over the Panthers. Hopkins narrowly led the Titans in receiving yards, but he unexpectedly was forced to split targets among several other pass catchers on the team. Thanks to a pair of 19-yard receptions, it was one of Hopkins' more efficient performances of the season, though he was ultimately limited in production due to his muted volume. Overall, Hopkins has 60 or fewer yards in each of his last four games.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Long score on trick play

    Hopkins recorded four receptions on five targets for 59 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-14 loss to the Jaguars. Hopkins was the only Titans pass catcher to see more than two targets, though he needed only one opportunity to account for the majority of his production. On the final play of the third quarter, Tenessee snapped the ball directly to Derrick Henry, who proceeded to hand the ball off to Will Levis to deliver a 43-yard touchdown strike to Hopkins. Hopkins has been held back by the team's poor passing attack for much of the season, but he now has a touchdown in two of four games with Levis under center.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Hopkins' target volume is fantastic, but it's not enough to make up for the significant shortcomings Levis has shown in the past two weeks. That overshadows everything from Jacksonville's up-and-down pass defense to the Jaguars' pass-run desires to Hopkins' own game not being exactly what it was earlier this season. I'd rather start Chris Godwin, Rashee Rice and Tyler Lockett in any format.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: WRs to Sit (Start/Sit)

    Week 8 is starting to look more and more like a fluke with each passing week for Hopkins and Will Levis, and it's hard to trust Hopkins as anything more than a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues. In Week 8 against Atlanta, Hopkins went off for four catches for 128 yards and three touchdowns on six targets in Levis' NFL debut. Since then, Hopkins has combined for seven catches for 87 yards and no touchdowns on 19 targets. Keep in mind the Falcons game was the first time all season where Hopkins found the end zone and just the third time all year where he scored more than 10.5 PPR points. The Jaguars matchup isn't terrible, but Levis' ability to find Hopkins consistently might be, which is why you should be concerned with Hopkins in Week 11.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Held in check Sunday

    Hopkins secured three of eight targets for 27 yards in the Titans' 20-6 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. Hopkins led the Titans in targets, but Tennessee was unable to capitalize on what appeared to be a favorable matchup against a Buccaneers secondary picked apart by C.J. Stroud in a Week 9 loss and missing Carlton Davis (toe) on Sunday. Hopkins' three receptions were his fewest yet while operating with Will Levis as his quarterback, and he'll aim to bounce back in a Week 11 road matchup against a vulnerable Jaguars secondary.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: WRS to Start

    Hopkins had a down game in Week 9 at Pittsburgh with four catches for 60 yards, but he had 11 targets from Will Levis in their second start together. That's just the third time this season where Hopkins had double digits in targets, and hopefully it's a sign of things to come. And remember the first start for Hopkins with Levis, which was Week 8 against Atlanta when the duo connected for four receptions for 128 yards and three touchdowns on six targets. Hopkins has a great matchup in Week 10 at Tampa Bay since the Buccaneers are No. 2 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. In the past two games against Buffalo and Houston, six receivers have scored at least 14.4 PPR points against Tampa Bay. In deeper leagues, Kyle Philips should be considered a sleeper.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Suits up Thursday

    Hopkins (toe) is listed as active for Thursday night's game against the Steelers. With the Titans on a quick turnaround after Sunday's 28-23 win over the Falcons, Hopkins was listed as limited on Monday and Tuesday's practice reports before being deemed a non-participant Wednesday and questionable for Thursday's contest. Now that the wideout's active status versus Pittsburgh has been confirmed, Hopkins figures to maintain his key role in Tennessee's passing offense while working with rookie QB Will Levis for the second straight game. In Levis' regular-season debut against Atlanta, Hopkins logged 43 (of a possible 68) snaps on offense en route to catching four of his six targets for 128 yards and three TDs.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    Ultimately it's hard to sit Hopkins after he erupted last week, plus four teams are on bye this week. But there is some obvious downside if Levis gets exposed, or if Derrick Henry's hand catches fire. It's why he's no better than a low-end WR2. I'd rather go with DeVonta Smith, Chris Olave and Zay Flowers.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Questionable after missed practice

    Hopkins (toe) was listed as a non-participant in practice Wednesday and is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Steelers. Hopkins' inability to practice Wednesday after being listed as a limited participant Monday and Tuesday may leave his fantasy managers feeling uneasy, but without a day off between practice and Thursday's game, it's possible Tennessee was just providing extra rest for the veteran wide receiver. Hopkins has a history of suiting up despite little or no practice participation, and he showed no signs of being bothered by an injury in this past Sunday's three-touchdown performance against the Falcons. All three touchdowns came on the receiving end of passes from rookie quarterback Will Levis, who will make his second straight start Thursday in place of the injured Ryan Tannehill (ankle). The strong-armed Levis will likely continue looking for Hopkins deep downfield if the receiver is given the green light when Tennessee releases its inactive list roughly 90 minutes prior to Thursday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Remains limited Tuesday

    Hopkins (toe) was listed as limited on Tuesday's practice estimate, Ben Arthur of FoxSports.com reports. Like running back Derrick Henry (ankle), Hopkins is going through Week 9 prep with a cap on his reps. Hopkins will have just one more opportunity to log all on-field work this week before the Titans potentially hand him a designation for Thursday's game in Pittsburgh.
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  • Titans' DeAndre Hopkins: Dealing with toe issue

    Hopkins was listed as limited on Monday's estimated practice report due to a toe injury, John Glennon of NashvillePost.com reports. In the wake of his three-touchdown performance against the Falcons this past Sunday, Hopkins is tending to his second health concern of the season after dealing with an ankle issue Weeks 2-4. As a result, his status will be one to watch as the week goes on to get a sense of his availability for Thursday's game in Pittsburgh.
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