6'1'' / 212 lbs
Hopkins recorded three catches on five targets for 49 yards in Sunday's 17-10 win over the Panthers.
Hopkins narrowly led the Titans in receiving yards, but he unexpectedly was forced to split targets among several other pass catchers on the team. Thanks to a pair of 19-yard receptions, it was one of Hopkins' more efficient performances of the season, though he was ultimately limited in production due to his muted volume. Overall, Hopkins has 60 or fewer yards in each of his last four games.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
|7 NO||Dome 90°||20.3||8th||2.03||-2.5||45.5||14||10||103||0||10.3||9||2||17%||4||0||0||48%||47%||0%||52%|
|8 @MIN||Dome 53°||33.9||2nd||2.83||4.0||47.5||13||12||159||1||13.3||12||1||8%||8||2||0||30%||14%||0%||86%|
|9 SEA||Dome 72°||13.6||19th||3.40||-2.5||49.5||5||4||36||1||9.0||4||5||0%||1||1||0||15%||24%||0%||76%|
|10 @LA||Outdoor 68°||19.8||12th||1.98||3.5||39.5||14||10||98||0||9.8||7||3||9%||4||1||0||40%||17%||0%||83%|
|11 SF||Outdoor 64°||18.1||12th||2.01||10.0||43.5||12||9||91||0||10.1||8||2||0%||5||0||0||29%||22%||0%||78%|
|12 LAC||Dome 64°||18.7||15th||4.68||3.0||47.5||6||4||87||1||21.8||14||8||0%||3||3||0||22%||23%||0%||77%|
|14 NE||Dome 54°||12.9||30th||1.84||2.5||44.5||11||7||79||0||11.3||7||4||0%||4||1||0||27%||23%||0%||77%|
|15 @DEN||Outdoor 37°||13.0||32nd||1.86||2.0||36.5||11||7||60||0||8.6||8||1||13%||2||0||0||31%||28%||0%||72%|
|16 TB||Dome 66°||1.4||103rd||1.40||7.5||41.5||10||1||4||0||4.0||-2||6||0%||0||0||0||24%||20%||0%||80%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2013 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
Hopkins recorded four receptions on five targets for 59 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 34-14 loss to the Jaguars.
Hopkins was the only Titans' pass catcher to see more than two targets, though he needed only one opportunity to account for the majority of his production. On the final play of the third quarter, Tenessee snapped the ball directly to Derrick Henry, who proceeded to hand the ball off to Will Levis to deliver a 43-yard touchdown strike to Hopkins. Hopkins has been held back by the team's poor passing attack for much of the season, but he now has a touchdown in two of four games with Levis under center.
Hopkins secured three of eight targets for 27 yards in the Titans' 20-6 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday.
Hopkins led the Titans in targets, but Tennessee was unable to capitalize on what appeared to be a favorable matchup against a Buccaneers secondary picked apart by C.J. Stroud in a Week 9 loss and missing Carlton Davis (toe) on Sunday. Hopkins' three receptions were his fewest yet while operating with Will Levis as his quarterback, and he'll aim to bounce back in a Week 11 road matchup against a vulnerable Jaguars secondary.
Hopkins brought in four of 11 targets for 60 yards and rushed once for five yards in the Titans' 20-16 loss to the Steelers on Thursday night.
Hopkins paced the Titans in targets and tied with Kyle Philips for the team lead in receptions. However, as his final line indicates, Hopkins' night turned inefficient as it unfolded, with the connection between him and rookie signal-caller Will Levis almost coming up completely empty in the second half. Nevertheless, the amount of attention Hopkins is garnering in the air attack is encouraging, and his prospects for a Week 10 road matchup against the Buccaneers on Nov. 12 remain bright irrespective of whether it's Levis or Ryan Tannehill (ankle) under center for that contest.
Hopkins (toe) is listed as active for Thursday night's game against the Steelers.
With the Titans on a quick turnaround after Sunday's 28-23 win over the Falcons, Hopkins was listed as limited on Monday and Tuesday's practice reports before being deemed a non-participant Wednesday and questionable for Thursday's contest. Now that the wideout's active status versus Pittsburgh has been confirmed, Hopkins figures to maintain his key role in Tennessee's passing offense, while working with rookie QB Will Levis for the second straight game. In Levis' regular-season debut against Atlanta, Hopkins logged 43 (of a possible 68) snaps on offense en route to catching four of his six targets for 128 yards and three TDs.
Hopkins (toe) is expected to play Thursday night against the Steelers, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
On a short week, Hopkins got in a pair of limited practices Monday and Tuesday before missing Wednesday's session. He's long been someone who doesn't need to practice much in order to play, and it's fair to wonder if the Titans were simply giving the 31-year-old some extra time to get his body ready for Thursday night. Hopkins is coming off of a three-touchdown Week 8 with rookie Will Levis under center. Hopkins' official status will be determined 90 minutes prior to kickoff tonight.
Hopkins (toe) was listed as a non-participant in practice Wednesday and has been deemed questionable for Thursday's game against the Steelers.
Hopkins' listed inability to practice Wednesday following a pair of limited sessions will leave his fantasy managers feeling uneasy, but without a day off between practice and Thursday's game, it's possible Tennessee was just providing extra rest for the veteran wide receiver. Hopkins has a history of suiting up despite modest practice participation, and he showed no signs of being bothered by an injury in this past Sunday's three-touchdown performance against the Falcons. Those touchdowns were all thrown by rookie quarterback Will Levis, who will make his second NFL start Thursday in Pittsburgh, and the strong-armed Levis will likely continue looking for Hopkins deep downfield if the receiver is given the green light when Tennessee announces its inactives roughly 90 minutes prior to Thursday's 8:15 p.m. EDT kickoff.
Hopkins (toe) was listed as limited on Tuesday's practice estimate, Ben Arthur of FoxSports.com reports.
Like running back Derrick Henry (ankle), Hopkins is going through Week 9 prep with a cap on his reps. Hopkins will have just one more opportunity to log all on-field work this week before the Titans potentially hand him a designation for Thursday's game in Pittsburgh.
Hopkins was listed as limited on Monday's estimated practice report due to a toe injury, John Glennon of NashvillePost.com reports.
In the wake of his three-touchdown performance against the Falcons this past Sunday, Hopkins is tending to his second health concern of the season after dealing with an ankle issue Weeks 2-4. As a result, his status will be one to watch as the week goes on to get a sense of his availability for Thursday's game in Pittsburgh.