Nyheim Hines' Fantasy value has the potential to explode with Philip Rivers in Indianapolis. In a PPR league you should consider him a No. 3 running back draftable as early as Round 8. Rivers has always loved throwing to his running backs and last year targeted them on a league-high 31% of his passes. Hines has led the Colts backfield in targets each of the past two seasons. The upside for Hines is limited because an injury to Jonathan Taylor or Marlon Mack wouldn't necessarily mean a major increase in touches for Hines. Where Hines does have room for growth is in efficiency. He's averaged below 6 yards per target each of his first two seasons and has scored just two receiving touchdowns on 139 targets. Above average efficiency could make him a borderline No. 2 running back in PPR.