Justice Hill

RB · Baltimore Ravens

Height 5'10" Weight 200
DOB 1997-11-14 Age 26.3
College Oklahoma State

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  • Justice Hill Sees Seven Targets Against Chiefs

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill saw more work in the passing game compared to the run game yet again in their seven-point loss in the AFC Championship game. Hill only received three carries which he turned into three yards. He also received seven targets in which he caught four of them for 34 yards. Since the Ravens abandoned the run game early on, he didn't get many opportunities to get into a rhythm on the ground. His routes mainly consisted of screen passes and checkdowns, so he wasn't seeing many big plays either. Hill remained inconsistent this season, but he saw career highs in almost every category across the board both on the ground and through the air. If he isn't within the top two on the depth chart next year, he likely won't be worth a draft pick in redraft fantasy leagues.

    Jan 29 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Justice Hill Ready For More Work Against Chiefs

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill has taken over the backfield over the last four games including their divisional game against the Houston Texans. He received more carries and was more efficient in the passing game compared to his counterpart Gus Edwards. Hill has looked explosive and has been able to find the open areas of the field outside of the red zone. The next thing he needs to do to be a surefire start at running back in DFS is find the end zone which will only happen if he does it before they get down to the red zone. He has a good chance of doing so against a Kansas City Chiefs defense that has shown holes in their run defense compared to their top-notch pass defense. Hill could be a sneaky flex option for DFS managers in this AFC Championship matchup.

    Jan 27 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Justice Hill Leads Baltimore Backfield In Win

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill emerged as the leader in the Baltimore backfield during the Divisional Round, rushing 13 times for 66 yards and making two catches for 11 yards in the team's commanding 34-10 victory over the Texans. His 13 carries matched a season-high, and his 66 rushing yards marked his highest in a game all season, surpassing his previous best of 48 yards. Dealing with injuries to running backs J.K. Dobbins and later Keaton Mitchell throughout the season, Hill seized the opportunity that came his way. Baltimore is set to host the AFC title game next week against either the Chiefs or Bills, both of whom rank below average in DVOA against the run. They are both in the bottom half in points allowed to running backs this year, and the Ravens are likely to continue relying on whoever the hot hand is in their backfield.

    Jan 20 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Justice Hill Not The Best Option Versus Texans

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill has been a boom-or-bust type of fantasy player all year long, but he's seen a lot more busts than booms. His bigger appeal comes in PPR formats since he seems to be the favored back when it comes to passing downs, but he barely cracked the top 60 this season in carries and rushing yards. To make matters worse, the Houston Texans give up the sixth-fewest rushing yards and the lowest yards per carry in the league right now. With Dalvin Cook also in the mix, and Lamar Jackson still taking some carries away from the backfield, Hill's amount of work could be very minimal. In turn, that makes him an extremely risky option.

    Jan 19 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Justice Hill Holds Low-End Flex Appeal In Week 18

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill is fresh off of his best game this season after playing a huge role in the passing game against the Miami Dolphins. He even posted 16.0 yards per carry even though he only received three carries in that game. In Week 18, however, it's unclear how much action he's going to see since the Ravens have clinched the number-one seed and the bye in the AFC. Gus Edwards seems likely to get plenty of rest, so Hill could see a bit of work while Melvin Gordon III is the next in the line to get some carries if both starters sit out for most of the game. Fantasy managers may want to look elsewhere for a running back since his workload is cloudy at best right now.

    Jan 5 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Dalvin Cook, Ravens Agree To Terms

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    Rumored as a Dalvin Cook suitor, the Ravens will indeed bring the former Pro Bowler into the fold. Cook is committing to Baltimore, according to ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter. Cook commanded considerable interest this offseason, but he struggled with the Jets. The Ravens, however, have lost two key backs for the season. J.K. Dobbins went down […]

    Jan 5 · Pro Football Rumors Baltimore Ravens Dalvin Cook Gus Edwards Melvin Gordon Justice Hill
  • Justice Hill Goes Off In Week 17

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill had his best game of the season and put up almost 20 half-PPR fantasy points in the 56-19 blowout win over the Miami Dolphins in Week 17. Hill only saw three carries but gained 48 yards on the ground (16.0 average) while adding a season-high five catches on five targets for a season-high 64 receiving yards and a touchdown. In addition to his work on offense, the 26-year-old had 101 return yards on two kickoffs. Teammate Gus Edwards had 16 rushing attempts for 68 yards and also found the end zone on the ground. It was a nice showing for Hill, but he'll be a volatile fantasy option in the Week 18 regular season finale against the Pittsburgh Steelers now that Baltimore has locked up the No. 1 seed in the AFC and a first-round bye.

    Jan 1 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Justice Hill A Desperation Flex Option In Week 17

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill ended up the number-one back in Week 16 because the game script allowed for it. Hill has always been the one to get more of the passing down work over Gus Edwards. The issue is that Hill has only scored one touchdown all season and the last time he produced a double-digit fantasy performance, even in PPR formats, since Week 5. On top of that, the Miami Dolphins are a top five defense against opposing running backs and they've been even better over the last couple of weeks, allowing just 69 yards on 27 carries. His role in the offense warrants some extra value, but that only amounts to a low-end flex play.

    Dec 30 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Justice Hill Gets 13 Touches In Week 16

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    Baltimore Ravens running back Justice Hill leads the backfield in touches during the 33-19 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 16. Before Keaton Mitchell (knee) got hurt, Hill was getting phased out of the backfield committee. In the first full game since Mitchell was shut down for the season, Hill received more touches than Gus Edwards with 13 compared to his 10. However, Hill couldn't turn the extra touches into much, as he ended with 26 yards on 10 carries and 31 yards on three receptions. It's unlikely that Hill will become the surefire lead back this season, so he won't be the most trustworthy option in Week 17 against the Miami Dolphins.

    Dec 26 · Source via Baltimore Ravens Justice Hill
  • Ravens RB Keaton Mitchell Suffers ACL Tear

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    1:25pm: An MRI confirmed Mitchell suffered a torn ACL, Rapoport tweets. The news confirms he will be out for the year, though Rapoport notes a full recovery is expected. 9:47am: The Ravens became the first AFC team to clinch a playoff berth on Sunday, but the team lost another key offensive contributor in the process. Running back […]

    Dec 18 · Pro Football Rumors Baltimore Ravens Gus Edwards Justice Hill Keaton Mitchell
  • Running Back Stats



    WkVsScoreFPtsRB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    1HOUW 25-912.9151929.712.58891.132000-00
    2@CINW 27-246.8284357.318.71411413.73033124.000
    3INDL 19-220.0---------------
    4@CLEW 28-33.348712.15.2333311.000000-00
    5@PITL 10-1710.5233955.715.7117324.57144133.301
    6@TENW 24-165.0402738.015.5118354.3803300.000
    7DETW 38-65.3363050.08.3544611.5001122.000
    8@ARIW 31-247.5303147.712.384153.750444010.000
    9SEAW 37-34.0414863.218.41413403.080100-00
    10CLEL 31-330.7621425.93.72273.500000-00
    11CINW 34-201.2631725.83.02111.0001166.000
    12@LACW 20-103.1512028.28.565316.200100-00
    14LARW 37-311.7573041.72.8200-0211212.000
    15@JACW 23-72.3571825.78.665234.600100-00
    16@SFW 33-197.2364261.819.11310262.600333110.300
    17MIAW 56-1919.7102035.114.0834816.000556412.810
    18PITL 10-174.1453154.417.51000-0103268.700
    DPHOUW 34-108.7-3957.422.11513665.08022115.500
    CCKCL 10-175.7-3967.217.210331.00074348.500

    Touchdown Distances
    Rushing: 2, 2, 14
    Receiving: 20


    WkVsScoreFPtsRB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    1@NYJW 24-92.1621119.67.14242.0002273.500
    2MIAL 38-421.6682135.65.133165.330000-00
    3@NEW 37-266.0392948.310.0666010.000000-00
    4BUFL 20-236.7412535.714.3108455.63022126.000
    5CINW 19-170.0---------------
    6@NYGL 20-240.0---------------
    7CLEW 23-200.6622031.37.855265.200000-01
    8@TBW 27-222.8551621.15.344287.000000-00
    9@NOW 27-132.4451725.07.454112.7501188.000
    11CARW 13-35.3362840.614.5107304.2903382.700
    12@JACL 27-280.3821419.41.41133.000000-00
    13DENW 10-91.6631723.64.23122.0002242.000
    14@PITW 16-140.0-23.30.0000-0000-00
    15@CLEL 3-132.3582438.13.22133.000111515.000
    16ATLW 17-90.972713.51.9100-01144.000
    17PITL 13-160.0-1732.70.0000-0000-00
    18@CINL 16-273.4521721.89.077344.860000-00
    WC@CINL 17-242.0-1014.52.9200-022105.000


    WkVsScoreFPtsRB RankSnpSnp%MS%OppRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDFL
    8PITL 24-280.0-22.40.0000-0000-00
    9@INDW 24-100.0-34.70.0000-0000-00
    10@NEL 17-230.87157.61.5100-01133.000
    11TENL 24-300.0-710.80.0000-0000-00
    12@PITL 14-195.0402648.120.4119353.8902252.500
    13DALW 34-170.973610.91.8100-01144.000
    14@CLEW 47-420.484610.01.71144.000000-00
    15JACW 40-141.37569.11.5100-01188.000
    16NYGW 27-130.0-34.40.0000-0000-00
    17@CINW 38-32.159912.22.7222110.500000-00
    WC@TENW 20-130.0-57.70.0000-0000-00
    DP@BUFL 3-170.0-1012.81.3100-0100-00
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