Hopkins was targeted a season-high 11 times in the game, bringing his two-week total to 20. He hauled in just five of those passes but still finished the game with 95 yards, his second game in a row with at least 90 yards.
Hopkins' production has been inconsistent this season, as he continues to lag behind Andre Johnson in targets, 53 to 75. Still, he has done a ton to make the most of his chances, catching 67.9 percent of passes thrown his way for a team-high 569 yards through eight games.
As the big-play guy in the offense, Hopkins is likely to continue to be inconsistent, but his increased role in recent weeks is certainly a good thing. Fantasy owners should feel good about starting Hopkins as a second receiver in Week 9 against a subpar Eagles' defense.