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Jan 8, 2023 6 42 39 0 6
Jan 1, 2023 3 52 49 0 5
Dec 26, 2022 2 19 12 0 1
Dec 17, 2022 2 13 7 0 1
Dec 4, 2022 4 43 13 0 4

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2022 63 623 9.89 3 58 11.60 784.6
2021 10 162 16.20 1 0.00 223.7
2020 6 71 11.83 16 8.00 84
3y Avg. 11 120 10.91 1 17 8.50 193.8
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Strong finish to encouraging '22

    Campbell secured six of nine targets for 42 yards and rushed once for 26 yards in the Colts' 32-31 loss to the Texans on Sunday. He also committed a fumble recovered by Indianapolis. Campbell put a strong cap on his first fully healthy season since his rookie 2019 campaign, one that saw him log action in all 17 games and put together a career-best 63-623-3 line through the air that he complemented with 58 rushing yards on five attempts. The fourth-year speedster tied Deon Jackson for the team lead in receptions and paced the Colts in targets on the afternoon, making it a noteworthy finale all the way around. Campbell is slated to become an unrestricted free agent at the start of the new league year, and he could certainly be an intriguing mid-level asset on the open market if he doesn't return to Indianapolis under what will almost certainly be a new coaching staff.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Team-high yardage total in loss

    Campbell brought in three of six targets for 52 yards and rushed once for one yard in the Colts' 38-10 loss to the Giants on Sunday. Campbell led the Colts in receiving yardage thanks almost entirely to a 49-yard grab. The speedster has been blessed with an extended stretch of good health for the first time in his career this season, and he'll look to build on what was his best receiving yardage total since Week 11 in the regular-season finale versus the Texans at home.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Catches two of five targets in loss

    Campbell hauled in two of five targets for 19 yards during Monday's 20-3 loss to the Chargers. Campbell finished second among the Colts wideouts in targets and offensive snaps behind Michael Pittman, but the former failed to make much of a fantasy impact. From Weeks 4 through 13, Campbell totaled 45 receptions on 60 targets for 450 yards and three touchdowns, but he's managed just four receptions on eight targets for 32 yards across the Colts' past two games following their Week 14 bye. The 2019 second-round pick figures to operate as the team's No. 2 wideout again in Week 17, but given his recent performances, he'll likely be a risky fantasy play even in deeper leagues.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Two catches in Week 15 loss

    Campbell caught two of four targets for 13 yards in Saturday's 39-36 overtime loss to Minnesota. Campbell tied with Alec Pierce for second on the team with four targets, but Michael Pittman led the way with 10 catches for 60 yards on 14 targets to finish as the only Indianapolis receiver with more than two catches. With an inconsistent role on an offense helmed by Matt Ryan -- who hasn't thrown for 250 yards in a game since Week 6 -- Campbell will remain a risky fantasy option in Week 16 against the Chargers.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Week 15 Waiver Priority List

    Campbell has struggled of late with a combined 11 PPR points in his past two games against the Steelers and Cowboys. Prior to that, he scored 31 PPR points in two games against the Raiders and Eagles with Matt Ryan back under center, and Campbell might be able to play like a No. 3 PPR receiver this week against the Vikings, who are No. 3 in Fantasy points allowed to receivers. Campbell is worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Nets 45 yards in blowout loss

    Campbell caught four of five targets for 43 yards and had one carry for two yards in Sunday's 54-19 loss to Dallas. Campbell was one the few bright spots for the Colts' passing game in an otherwise forgettable showing from the entire unit. The 2019 second-round pick was able to bounce back from a rough Week 12, but the end results were still middling from a fantasy perspective. Campbell and the Colts are off for Week 14, resuming play against the Vikings on Dec. 18.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Shut down by Steelers

    Campbell caught two of three targets for 14 yards in Monday's 24-17 loss to the Steelers. Of Matt Ryan's 199 passing yards, 159 went to either Michael Pittman or rookie tight end Jelani Woods, and Pittman caught the Colts' lone touchdown pass of the night. Campbell had demonstrated decent chemistry with Ryan prior to this dud, but the 25-year-old wide receiver will remain a hit-or-miss option in Week 13 against Dallas as part of a Colts passing game that's failed to find consistency in 2022.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Sleeper WRs

    Campbell had another quality outing with Matt Ryan in Week 11 against Philadelphia with five catches for 67 yards on six targets. He's now scored at least 11 PPR points in his past four starts with Ryan, and he should be considered at least a No. 3 PPR receiver in Week 12 against the Steelers. Pittsburgh allows the most Fantasy points to opposing receivers this season, and hopefully Campbell will stay hot on Monday night in tandem with Michael Pittman.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Returns to full practice

    Campbell (illness) practiced fully Friday. Campbell was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, but his return to full activity clears the way for him to play Monday against the Steelers. In his last four appearances when Matt Ryan has served as the Colts' starting quarterback, Campbell has drawn a whopping 38 targets while turning in 29 receptions for 270 yards and three touchdowns.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Maintains momentum

    Campbell caught five passes for 67 yards on six targets against Philadelphia on Sunday. Campbell has been rather busy in Matt Ryan's last four starts, drawing 38 targets and turning them into 29 catches for 270 yards and three touchdowns (76.3 percent catch rate, 7.1 yards per target). So long as Ryan remains the Indianapolis starting quarterback, Campbell might continue to turn a corner. He'll try to keep rolling against Pittsburgh in Week 12.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Matt Ryan's return as the starter for the Colts is great for Campbell, who is worth using as a borderline starter in all leagues in Week 11 against the Eagles. In his past three games with Ryan, Campbell has scored at least 18 PPR points in each outing with at least nine targets, seven catches and 57 yards, and he has a touchdown in each game. We'll see if he can keep this up, but the Colts are likely going to lean on Campbell as the No. 2 target behind Michael Pittman, who is also worth starting in Week 11. Ryan could be throwing the ball 40-plus times this week against the Eagles, which should mean plenty of targets for Campbell and Pittman. I'm excited about both of their outlooks for the rest of the year with Ryan back.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Sleeper WRs

    Matt Ryan's return as the starter for the Colts is great for Campbell, who is worth using as a borderline starter in all leagues in Week 11 against the Eagles. In his past three games with Ryan, Campbell has scored at least 18 PPR points in each outing with at least nine targets, seven catches and 57 yards, and he has a touchdown in each game. We'll see if he can keep this up, but the Colts are likely going to lean on Campbell as the No. 2 target behind Michael Pittman, who is also worth starting in Week 11. Ryan could be throwing the ball 40-plus times this week against the Eagles, which should mean plenty of targets for Campbell and Pittman. I'm excited about both of their outlooks for the rest of the year with Ryan back.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Flex Starter in PPR (Lineup Decisions)

    The Colts haven't blown anybody out this year and figure to throw a good amount against Philadelphia, whether it because it's a competitive game or they're chasing points. Campbell's recent track record with Matt Ryan is great, and Indianapolis simply does not have another reliable target beyond Campbell and Michael Pittman for Ryan to latch on to. It puts Campbell in the starting mix in PPR over Kadarius Toney, Darius Slayton and Darnell Mooney, but behind those first two in non-PPR.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Week 11 Adds (WR Preview)

    The return of Matt Ryan makes Campbell a solid WR3 with upside from there. He has 32 targets in his last three games with Ryan and has averaged 20.76 FPPG in those three games. One more game like that and we'll be viewing him as a lot more than a WR3.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Week 11 Waiver Priority List

    Campbell has to love having Matt Ryan back under center for the Colts -- and so should Fantasy managers. In his past three games with Ryan, Campbell has scored at least 18 PPR points in each outing with at least nine targets, seven catches and 57 yards, and he has a touchdown in each game. We'll see if he can keep this up, but the Colts are likely going to lean on Campbell as the No. 2 target behind Michael Pittman. And in games where Indianapolis is trailing, Ryan has shown the ability to attempt 40-plus passes on a regular basis, which should help Campbell. He's worth adding in all leagues for 10-15 percent of your remaining FAB, with his value slightly higher in PPR.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Posts best yardage of season

    Campbell caught seven of nine targets for 76 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 25-20 win over the Raiders. With Matt Ryan back under center, the fourth-year wideout set a new season high in receiving yards while capping his day with a 35-yard TD grab in the fourth quarter that proved to be the game-winning score. Campbell has already posted career highs in catches (39), yards (373) and TDs (three) across the board this season, largely because he's been able to stay healthy -- his prior career high for games played was only seven, but he has yet to miss a contest in 2022. The entire Colts offense could struggle to make an impact in Week 11 against the Eagles, however.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Limited by Patriots

    Campbell recorded two receptions on five targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 26-3 loss to the Patriots. He added one rush for one yard. Campbell finished tied for second on the team in both targets and yards, an indication of how much the Colts' offense struggled in Sunday's loss. In positive news, he's maintained a significant role in the offense, typically finishing second in targets behind Michael Pittman. However, Campbell has managed only four receptions for 58 yards combined in the two games since Sam Ehlinger has taken over as quarterback.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Continues hot streak in Week 8

    Campbell caught both of his targets for 43 yards and also recorded a 28-yard carry during Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Commanders. After opening the season with just 112 receiving yards through the first five games, Campbell has caught fire over the last three, gathering in 19 of 25 targets for 170 yards and two touchdowns. He also bolstered his Week 8 stat line with his first rush since 2020, which doubled as the team's longest play on the ground. Campbell will look to keep up his hot streak Sunday at New England, whose defense has allowed the 13th-most yards per target (8.5) to opposing wideouts this year.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Week 8 Adds (WR Preview)

    We don't know who Sam Ehlinger will prefer in the passing game, or how much Frank Reich will let him throw, but Campbell has double digit targets in back-to-back games so he needs to be rostered in all PPR leagues at the very least.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Week 8 Waiver Priority List

    I'm still interested in Campbell even with Sam Ehlinger replacing Matt Ryan. Campbell has consecutive games with at least 11 targets, seven catches, 57 yards and a touchdown, and he combined for 41 PPR points over that span. The Colts will likely continue to be throwing a lot with Ehlinger, and Campbell should remain productive with Michael Pittman and Alec Pierce. I can see Campbell being a No. 3 PPR receiver in all leagues moving forward, and he's worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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