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Jan 8, 2023 1 1 1 0 2
Jan 1, 2023 1 10 10 0 11
Dec 24, 2022 0 0 0 0 11
Dec 18, 2022 0 0 0 0 12
Dec 5, 2022 2 35 30 1 10

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2022 9 77 8.56 2 575 5.99 1277.9
2021 4 52 13.00 374 5.34 12510.4
2020 8 98 12.25 1 457 5.25 1559.7
3y Avg. 10 128 12.80 2 329 5.39 1228.1
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Subdued outing Week 18

    Hill recorded five carries for 24 yards and hauled in his only target for one yard during Sunday's 10-7 defeat versus Carolina. Hill saw a downturn in workload during Sunday's regular-season finale, as he logged his fewest number of touches since the Week 13 loss to Tampa Bay. The 32-year-old was limited by a back injury during Week 18 prep, so it's possible that issue could have affected his usage. Hill finishes the 2022 campaign with career lows as a passer, completing 13 of 19 attempts for 240 yards and two touchdowns. Instead, his versatile role on offense shifted distinctly toward the ground game, as he recorded career highs in carries (96) and rushing yards (575) to go along with seven rushing touchdowns. He also collected nine receptions (on 13 targets) for 77 yards and two touchdowns, and his 11 total touchdowns are the second-most of any season in his six-year career. With the Saints lacking both a clear starting quarterback and No. 2 running back heading into the offseason, Hill seems poised to continue serving as a key component of the team's offense in 2023.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Active Sunday

    Hill (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Hill experienced a cap on his practice reps Wednesday through Friday due to a back issue and exited Week 18 prep as questionable to suit up Sunday. With his availability now confirmed, he can continue his typical gadget role in the Saints offense, which involves far more work on the ground than any other aspect at this point in his career. In 15 appearances this season, Hill has reeled off 6.1 YPC and seven touchdowns on his 91 rushes, but he's also added a pair of scores as both a passer and receiver.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Deemed questionable for Week 18

    The Saints list Hill (back) as questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers. Hill and fellow tight end Juwan Johnson (quadriceps) are both taking questionable tags into the weekend, though the two fill wildly different roles in the New Orleans offense despite being listed as position mates. While Johnson serves as the Saints' top pass catcher at the position, Hill is a more versatile weapon for New Orleans, with most of his opportunities of late coming as the de facto top backup to starting running back Alvin Kamara. If Hill is cleared to play through his back issue, he'll likely be in store for a handful of carries behind Kamara and could see some occasional reps as a goal-line or short-yardage quarterback.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Limited in practice again

    Hill (back) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Hill maintained limited activity in practice for the second straight day, but Saints head coach Dennis Allen hasn't yet indicated that the versatile 32-year-old is a candidate to sit out Sunday's season finale against the Panthers. Before the Saints decide whether to give Hill an injury designation for the weekend, they will see what he can do at Friday's practice. If he suits up for the season finale, Hill will essentially serve as the Saints' backup running back behind Alvin Kamara. Despite being listed as tight end, Hill took a season-high 14 carries in last week's upset win over the Eagles.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Limited with back injury

    Hill was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice due to a back issue. The injury is a new one for the versatile 32-year-old, who took a season-high 14 carries for 46 yards and a touchdown in this past Sunday's 20-10 upset win over the Eagles. In Sunday's matchup with the Saints, both teams are expected to adopt a run-heavy approach with Hill serving as the de facto No. 2 option on the ground for New Orleans if he's able to play through the back injury.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Heavily involved in offense

    Hill rushed the ball 14 times for 46 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-10 win over the Eagles. He added one reception on one target for nine yards and completed both his pass attempts for 24 yards. Hill has seen his involvement as a rusher tick up in recent weeks in the absence of Mark Ingram (knee), and that continued in Sunday's win. He had only two rushing attempts fewer than Alvin Kamara, and his day was highlighted by a one-yard touchdown plunge midway through the first quarter. Otherwise, his performance was unremarkable, as he averaged only 3.3 yards per attempt. Nevertheless, the Saints have shown a desire to keep Hill involved in the offense, and that is unlikely to change in a Week 18 matchup against the Panthers.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    The do-it-all "tight end" has found a way to be productive of late, whether it's been catching, running or throwing a touchdown, and he has scored at least 11 PPR points in three games in a row. He's worth using again in Week 17 against the Eagles as a low-end starter, mostly on his chances to carry the ball, and he has 16 rush attempts for 86 yards and a touchdown in his past two games. Hopefully he can score a touchdown again and continue to help Fantasy managers with his multifaceted skill set.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Helps power rushing in win

    Hill logged nine carries for 56 yards and a touchdown during Saturday's 17-10 victory over the Browns. He did not record a target or passing attempt. Hill played a primary role in this comeback effort during Saturday's brutally cold and windy conditions. After struggling to establish any consistency with its banged-up receiving corps, New Orleans turned to an option running game between Hill and running back Alvin Kamara, the latter of whom paced the team with 20 rushing attempts for 76 yards. Hill totaled 27 yards on his first two carries in the second quarter, and he finished with his most carries since the Week 8 win over Las Vegas. This included an eight-yard rushing touchdown through the middle of Cleveland's defense to tie the game 10-10 early in the third quarter. While Hill's increased usage was largely due to the unique conditions of Saturday's game, New Orleans' recent success with its rushing game could mean an increased role for Hill over the final two games of the regular season.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    If the weather is as bad as expected in Cleveland with wind and snow then we could see more of Hill and less of Andy Dalton as the Saints use a run-heavy approach against the Browns. Cleveland just allowed 198 rushing yards to Baltimore in Week 15, and Hill has at least six rushing attempts in three of his past four games. It's risky to trust Hill, but the conditions could help his playing time and production against the Browns in Week 16.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Sleeper TEs

    If the weather is as bad as expected in Cleveland with wind and snow then we could see more of Hill and less of Andy Dalton as the Saints use a run-heavy approach against the Browns. Cleveland just allowed 198 rushing yards to Baltimore in Week 15, and Hill has at least six rushing attempts in three of his past four games. It's risky to trust Hill, but the conditions could help his playing time and production against the Browns in Week 16. He has top-10 upside in non-PPR leagues, but I also like him as a No. 1 Fantasy tight end in PPR as well given his potential role in this game.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Could benefit from poor weather

    Hill may be in store for more carries than usual in Saturday's game against the Browns due to a forecast in Cleveland that includes frigid temperatures and sustained winds of almost 30 miles per hour, John DeShazier of the Saints' official site reports. Though Hill is listed as tight end on the Saints' official roster, he continues to be deployed in a variety of ways on offense. In last week's win over the Falcons, he completed a 68-yard touchdown pass and added another 12-yard completion, but Hill saw his most involvement on the ground, carrying seven times for 30 yards. With New Orleans down two key receivers in Chris Olave (hamstring) and Jarvis Landry (ankle) and with the heavy winds likely to affect the passing game, the Saints may have even more incentive than usual to lean on the Alvin Kamara-led ground game. Kamara logged 21 carries of his own in the Week 15 win, but there were still some touches left over for Hill, who essentially acted as the Saints' top backup running back in the contest. The Saints left Eno Benjamin on the inactive list last week, while David Johnson carried just four times behind Kamara and Hill and lost a fumble.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Completes long passing TD

    Hill logged seven rushes for 30 yards and tallied zero targets during Sunday's 21-18 victory over the Falcons. He also completed both of his passing attempts for 80 yards and a touchdown. Hill launched a 33-yard pass down the middle of the field to wideout Rashid Shaheed, resulting in a 68-yard touchdown in the first quarter. That marked the Saints' longest play from scrimmage in 2022 as well as Hill's biggest impact as a passer dating back to last year's regular-season finale. The hybrid offensive player made up for his lack of involvement as a receiver, as he continued to serve as a rushing threat while lined up at quarterback. Hill did put the ball on the turf during a fourth-down attempt that would have iced the game with just 12 seconds remaining, but he managed to jump on this fumble for a turnover on downs rather than giving up a potential scoop and score. Hill's fantasy upside could continue to climb if he remains involved as a passer against Cleveland in Week 16.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Sleeper TEs

    The last time Hill faced the Falcons in Week 1 he had a quality outing with four carries for 81 yards and a touchdown. And he's coming off a solid performance in Week 13 at Tampa Bay when he had two catches for 35 yards and a touchdown on three targets. Juwan Johnson (ankle) could return this week, which might limit Hill's role in the passing game, but Hill could get more work in the backfield with Mark Ingram (knee) not expected to play. As always, Hill is a wild card, but there is a path to him producing in this rematch with the Falcons.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    The last time Hill faced the Falcons in Week 1 he had a quality outing with four carries for 81 yards and a touchdown. And he's coming off a solid performance in Week 13 at Tampa Bay when he had two catches for 35 yards and a touchdown on three targets. Juwan Johnson (ankle) could return this week, which might limit Hill's role in the passing game, but Hill could get more work in the backfield with Mark Ingram (knee) not expected to play. As always, Hill is a wild-card, but there is a path to him producing in this rematch with the Falcons.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Sneaky Sleeper (Lineup Decisions)

    If you're starting Hill, it's because you literally have no one else to trust at tight end. That's how it should be -- Hill has the upside to total over 80 yards and score, and the downside to total 20 yards with no score. In many ways, he's like the majority of tight ends you'd consider in Fantasy, but he can put up numbers through different opportunities. In non-PPR he warrants a start over Dawson Knox, Tyler Conklin and Tyler Higbee. In full-PPR, dial it back to pretty much any scrub who doesn't have an eight-point PPR floor.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Scores in MNF

    Hill hauled in two of three targets for 35 yards and one touchdown to go along with three rushes for 10 yards during Monday's 17-16 loss versus the Buccaneers. He also completed his lone passing attempt for 21 yards. Hill caught the Saints' lone touchdown of the game, as he got behind the Buccaneers' defense for a 30-yard score in the second quarter. This was Hill's first game with a touchdown since Week 7 against Arizona, and his untraditional usage still makes it difficult to predict his value week to week. A banged-up Saints squad will have additional time to rest and recover while on bye Week 14.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Limited production in loss

    Hill rushed six times for 13 yards, caught one pass for seven yards and failed to complete his lone pass attempt in Sunday's 13-0 loss to San Francisco. Hill was denied by the 49ers' stout defense anytime the versatile player was called upon. The seven touches were nice from the tight-end eligible fantasy asset, but everyone struggled offensively with the Saints being shut out for the first time since 2002. Hill has the ability to pop off for crooked fantasy totals, but his recent stretch of stinkers really highlights the boom-or-bust nature of his utility. The Swiss army knife will look to get his season back on track in an important matchup against the Buccaneers next Monday.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Regains versatile role

    Hill tallied nine rushes for 52 yards and reeled in his only target for eight yards during Sunday's 27-20 win over the Rams. He also completed one of three passes for 14 yards. Hill returned to form coming off his two least productive outings of the season. After totaling just two touches for seven yards since Week 8, the 32-year-old finished with a team high in rushing yards ahead of running back Alvin Kamara in Week 11. Hill also secured his fifth catch of the season as quarterback Andy Dalton, whose starting job has come under much scrutiny recently, went 21-for-25 passing for 260 yards and three touchdowns against the Rams. The versatile Hill looked to pass on exactly one-quarter of 16 snaps out of the shotgun, though he was sacked on just his second dropback of the first quarter. Hill's production should continue to benefit if the Saints can stack up another solid offensive performance against the 49ers in Week 12.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: TEs to Sit

    Since Hill scored 35 PPR points in Week 5 against Seattle he has combined for 19 PPR points in his past five games. He has one touchdown over that span, and he hasn't scored a Fantasy point in consecutive weeks against Baltimore and Pittsburgh. The only "tight end" to trust for the Saints is Juwan Johnson, and he's a low-end starter at best. Hill isn't getting enough touches to use in any format.
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  • Saints' Taysom Hill: Disappears in loss

    Hill compiled three rushes for one yard and zero targets during Sunday's 20-10 loss against the Steelers. He also failed to complete his lone passing attempt. Hill was a nonfactor for the second week in a row as New Orleans' offense continued to sputter against the Steelers. After logging a season-high 10 rushes and two targets in Week 9, the 32-year-old has accumulated seven yards on four touches over the past two games. The Saints also totaled just 29 team rushing yards with three of five starting offensive lineman injured either before or during Sunday's game. While it's hard to separate Hill's lack of production from these broader offensive struggles, this stretch of sparse usage is a discouraging sign for his value heading into next Sunday's game against the Rams.
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