ESPN Fantasy Projection: Hilton re-signed with the Colts, but will miss a few weeks to open the season due to injury. Once back, he'll be looking for a bounce-back campaign after finishing outside the top-40 fantasy WRs each of the past two seasons. Hilton's 2020 was a tale of two seasons, as he posted an ugly 29-327-0 line on 30 targets and was WR85 in fantasy through nine games before exploding for a 27-435-5 line on 42 targets (WR11 in fantasy) over his final six games. Hilton averaged 6.1 targets per game for the season (his lowest since his rookie season in 2012), and he has now missed at least one game each of the past three seasons (nine total). The 31-year-old will have another new QB (Carson Wentz) this season, and youngsters Michael Pittman Jr. and Parris Campbell are candidates for expanded roles. Hilton doesn't need to be drafted, but feel free to add him once he's healthy.