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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 1 4 4 0
Player Outlook
Hollins joined the Falcons in the offseason and he'll battle Scott Miller for the target leftovers behind Drake London and Kyle Pitts. Last year's 94 targets were a career high for Hollins, and last year London was the only Falcon to average even four catches per game. In other words, Hollins likely needs an injury to have any chance at being on a Fantasy roster. You can leave him on the waiver wire in all but the deepest of leagues for as long as Pitts and London stay healthy.

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2023 18 251 13.94 0.00 221.7
2022 57 690 12.11 4 40 10.00 905.3
2021 14 223 15.93 4 0.00 452.6
3y Avg. 29 363 12.52 3 13 13.00 472.8
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Ends 2023 poorly

    Hollins finished 2023 with 18 receptions on 30 targets for 251 yards across 13 appearances. After a breakout 2022 with the Raiders (57 receptions for 690 yards and four touchdowns -- all career highs), Hollins landed a one-year deal with Atlanta last offseason and was expected to be the No. 2 option behind Drake London. Over his first nine appearances of 2023, Hollins caught 17 of 29 targets for 247 yards, but his playing time started to dwindle before he missed four out of five games between Weeks 10 and 15 due to an ankle injury. He made one appearance during that stretch, catching his lone target for four yards. Hollins played 45 snaps over the final three weeks but didn't generate a single target. Hollins is one of numerous wideouts set to be an unrestricted free agent this offseason, so the Falcons, who'll have a new head coach after Arthur Smith was fired immediately after the blowout Week 18 loss to New Orleans, may opt to completely revamp their pass-catching corps again in 2024.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Scratched Sunday

    Hollins (coach's decision) is listed as inactive for Sunday's tilt against the Panthers. Hollins returned from a three-game absence to play six offensive snaps (nine percent) and 15 on special teams (47 percent) en route to one reception for four yards in Week 14. However, Atlanta will opt to go with thin depth at receiver in Week 14 in favor of more depth elsewhere.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Back in action against Tampa Bay

    Hollins has returned to Sunday's Week 14 contest against the Buccaneers after departing earlier due to an ankle injury, Josh Kendall of The Athletic reports. Hollins has been battling an ankle issue since early November and missed three games due to the injury. He departed in the first quarter of Sunday's contest and was initially labeled as questionable to return but has since reentered the game. Hollins hasn't exceeded three catches in any game this season, making him a fantasy option only in very deep leagues.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Questionable to return

    Hollins (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Terrin Waack of the Falcons' official site reports. The wide receiver was questionable with the same injury going into the day. Hollins did not record a catch before exiting. The veteran has 17 catches for 247 yards and no touchdowns in 2023.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Will play Sunday

    Hollins (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Tori McElhaney of the Falcons' official site reports. As expected, Hollins has been cleared to suit up for the first time since Week 9. However, his role remains a mystery. Hollins opened the season as the No. 2 wideout behind Drake London, but his role was decreasing before his multi-week absence. With Hollins sidelined, Van Jefferson, KhaDarel Hodge and Scott Miller were splitting snaps, but they were unable to deliver consistent production. Hollins should see the field in Week 14, but he'll likely need to find the end zone to submit a quality fantasy performance.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Technically questionable, should play

    Hollins (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay, despite being a full practice participant Wednesday through Friday. Hollins is on track to play for the first time since Week 9, though he may not take a lot of snaps and probably won't see many targets even if he does. The Falcons have rotated wide receivers behind Drake London in recent weeks, with Van Jefferson typically getting the most snaps but having minimal impact on the box scores.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Gets back to full participation

    Hollins (ankle) logged a full practice Wednesday, Amna Subhan of the Falcons' official site reports. After sprinkling three limited sessions over the previous two weeks, Hollins finally returned to full activity to start Week 14 prep and thus appears ready for his first game action since Week 9, when he initially suffered an ankle injury. Prior to his recent three-game absence, Hollins was a bit player in the Falcons' passing attack, compiling a 17-247-0 receiving line on 29 targets in nine appearances this season.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Inactive again

    Hollins (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Jets, Tori McElhaney of the Falcons' official site reports. Hollins logged two limited sessions during Week 13 prep - one more than last week - but will remain sidelined for a third straight game. He hasn't played since Week 9 against the Vikings, when he caught three passes for 36 yards, but even when he's cleared to return, Hollins won't hold much fantasy value as the third- or fourth pass-catching option in one of the worst passing offenses in the NFL.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Questionable for Sunday

    Hollins (ankle) will be listed as questionable for Sunday's game at the Jets, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports. Hollins got a lot of snaps earlier in the year, but it never translated to many targets, and his playing time then began to fall off. He hasn't played since Week 9, and if he returns this Sunday, it'll likely be as part of a three- of four-man rotation sharing snaps behind top wide receiver Drake London in one of the worst passing offenses in the NFL.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Stays limited Thursday

    Hollins (ankle) practiced on a limited basis Thursday, Amna Subhan of the Falcons' official site reports. Hollins appears to be in a better spot than last week, when he managed just one limited listing on Atlanta's injury report before being ruled out ahead of this past Sunday's contest against the Saints. With a pair of capped showings so far during Week 13 prep, he may be putting himself in a position for his first game action since Week 9. Friday's report will reveal whether or not Hollins enters the weekend with a designation for Sunday's visit to the Jets.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Ruled out for Saints matchup

    Hollins (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Saints, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports. The wideout will miss a second straight game despite having a Week 11 bye in between. Van Jefferson and KhaDarel Hodge are the strongest candidates to play a lot of snaps across from WR Drake London this Sunday, with Scotty Miller also likely to have some kind of role. None figures to see a lot of targets, as the Falcons have two tight ends (Kyle Pitts, Jonnu Smith) and a running back (Bijan Robinson) that consistently get more looks than the team's Nos. 2 and 3 wide receivers. Hollins' next chance to play is Week 13 at the Jets.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Not practicing Thursday

    Hollins (ankle) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice, Scott Bair of the Falcons' official site reports. Hollins operated with a cap on his reps Wednesday, so his downgrade in activity one day later is a worrisome sign for his potential to play Week 12. Friday's injury report could be telling for Hollins in that regard.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: On track for limited practice

    Hollins (ankle) will be a limited participant at practice Wednesday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Hollins didn't practice at all ahead of the Falcons' Week 10 loss to the Cardinals, but after Atlanta's Week 11 bye, the wideout is trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's game against the Saints. If Hollins is able to return to action this weekend, he'll only be an option in deeper fantasy formats. Through nine games this season, Hollins has generated a 17-247-0 receiving line on 29 targets.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Not practicing

    Hollins (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game at Arizona. Hollins lost playing time to Van Jefferson and KhaDarel Hodge the past couple weeks and now will miss his first game of the season. It shouldn't have much impact on Atlanta's gameplan, especially with Drake London cleared to return after missing Week 9 with a groin injury. Hollins stands a decent chance to avoid additional absences with the Falcons on bye Week 11.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Not at practice

    Hollins (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Terrin Waack of the Falcons' official site reports. Hollins' absence isn't surprising after head coach Arthur Smith said Monday that the wideout's ankle injury was the most worrisome of the new injuries acquired during a loss to the Vikings on Sunday. In any case, Hollins had been minimized in the offense in recent weeks, only reappearing as a significant contributor this past Sunday because Drake London (groin) was inactive. London returned to practice Wednesday, and the Falcons also seem to view KhaDarel Hodge and Van Jefferson as either ahead of Hollins or on similar footing.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Season-low 14 offensive snaps

    Hollins caught two of three targets for 27 yards during Sunday's 28-23 loss to the Titans. Hollins played at least 65 percent of the team's offensive snaps in each of the first four weeks, including a season-high 79 percent against the Jaguars in Week 4. However, his playing time has dropped since, culminating in a season-low 14 offensive snaps versus Tennessee. The wideout actually played more on special teams (25 snaps) than he did on offense Sunday. This is especially concerning given Drake London (groin) left the game in the third quarter and never returned. Hollins doesn't need to be on fantasy radars in standard leagues until he proves otherwise.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Not targeted in win

    Hollins failed to record a single target in Sunday's 16-13 win over the Buccaneers. Hollins was held without a target for the first time Sunday, as the receiver continued to see a drop in playing time. The veteran wideout has now played fewer than 30 offensive snaps in three straight games and played behind Drake London and Van Jefferson in the contest. It is possible that Jefferson's presence could limit Hollins' opportunities going forward, making the latter even more difficult to trust for fantasy purposes. The 30-year-old will look to bounce back in Week 8 when the Falcons visit the Titans.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Sees drop in playing time

    Hollins caught three of four targets for 41 yards during Sunday's 24-16 loss to the Commanders. Hollins has played fewer than 30 offensive snaps in back-to-back games after totaling 180 through the first four weeks of the season. Despite seeing a drop in playing time, the wideout has still been a part of the passing attack, securing five receptions (six targets) for 70 yards over the past two games. However, that's not enough production to crack fantasy relevancy in standard leagues. The Falcons' run-heavy offense has actually been airing it out recently, but Hollins remains, at best, the fourth or fifth option in the passing attack.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Held without catch

    Hollins failed to record a catch on three targets during Sunday's 23-7 loss to Jacksonville. Hollins went catchless for the first time this season, and at one point, he appeared to be visibly frustrated with Desmond Ridder on the sidelines. Fantasy managers probably don't need to read too much into the incident, but it's certainly worth noting, especially when Atlanta has the highest-paid backup quarterback, Taylor Heinicke, waiting in the wings if Ridder continues to struggle. After an encouraging start, Hollins' production has dropped off in back-to-back weeks. He's garnered at least three targets in each game thus far, but that's not enough usage to crack fantasy relevance in standard leagues.
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  • Falcons' Mack Hollins: Makes splash play in win

    Hollins caught three of six targets for 60 yards during Sunday's 25-24 win over the Packers. Hollins has caught three passes in back-to-back weeks to open the season and is firmly entrenched as Atlanta's No. 2 wideout, as he played over 45 more snaps than Scotty Miller and KhaDarel Hodge. The majority of Hollins' production came on a trick play in the fourth quarter, which essentially sparked the Falcons' comeback win. The wideout also had a touchdown in the third quarter called back after a controversial review. It was a solid performance, but Hollins' fantasy value remains limited while operating in a run-heavy offense.
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