SIT: RB Justice Hill
There is a combination of factors that might entice you to start Hill this weekend. First and foremost, the Ravens removed Hill from their injury report on Friday announcing he's ready to go, so his availability is (or at least should be) out of question.
That's still something I'm not fully confident about. Hill suffered a turf toe injury in Week 2 and didn't play in Week 3. He returned last weekend but he was obviously far from ready as he only appeared in six offensive plays getting three carries throughout the matchup at Cleveland.
Some folks out there will look at Hill's season-long stat line and dream about the huge upside. At the end of the day, Hill has rushed the rock just 22 times but he's turned that into 83 yards and 2 TDs, which is extraordinary production.
Not so fast. He scored two touchdowns in Week 1 but they came in carries close to the goal line and that should be something Gus Edwards does, not Justice Hill. Hill's carries inside the red zone have gone from five to three to zero last week.
Hill also picked up a hamstring injury earlier this week and we all know how a hammy can be tough to deal with. Not trusting Hill today.