Colts' Michael Pittman (concussion) will play in Week 17
Indianapolis Colts receiver Michael Pittman (concussion) has cleared the concussion protocol and will play in the team's Week 17 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Colts have an important game in Week 17, and even against a feeble Jaguars team they'll still benefit from being as close to full health as possible. Pittman's role in the offense has taken a step back since the reemergence of TY Hilton, but the rookie receiver has still averaged almost 6 targets per game since returning from injury and has 5 or more targets in 3 of his past 4 games.
The Colts aren't expected to need to pass much in Week 17, so Pittman's projections for fantasy this week won't be very large. Our models currently project him to score just 3.8 fantasy points with a $5,300 salary on FanDuel.
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