College: North Carolina | 3 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 221 lbs
Birth Date: 9/16/1993
Depth Chart: WR2.1
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 WR
Hollins missed all of last year because of a groin injury, which required surgery. He was expected to have a little bigger role offensively before getting hurt. He now has a crowded group of receivers to compete with for targets this year. He might have a hard time getting a ton of playing time. Hollins is a very tall receiver with good speed and the ability to make big plays in the passing game. He uses his size and strength well to make big plays down the field. He also is good at turning a short pass into a big gain. His route running needs work and his hands are just alright. Hollins is a very good special teams player, which will keep him in the lineup even if he is doing little at receiver.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Hollins might not improve much on his rookie year. He is going to be a stretch for fantasy teams. He could get around 25 receptions for 300 yards with a score.
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Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins is not worth even thinking about as a starter in Week 11 fantasy lineups. Despite starting in three-wide sets for a while now and now set to do so for the rest of the season with DeSean Jackson (IR) done for the year, Hollins has not caught a football since Week 4. He's a warm body on the field solely for the sake of blocking and drawing the attention of one of the opponent's defenders. Quarterback Carson Wentz rarely even looks his way. Hollins can be dropped in most formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins is not a fantasy relevant player in Week 9. With the Eagles firmly establishing a run game and heading into a matchup against a tough Chicago Bears Defense, Hollins shouldn't be anywhere near fantasy lineups. Despite starting in three-wide sets since Week 3 in place of the injured DeSean Jackson (abdomen), Hollins hasn't made a catch since Week 4. He's a warm body on the field at this point and can be dropped in almost all formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins was not even targeted in Week 8's 31-13 win over the Buffalo Bills. Quarterback Carson Wentz completed just 17 passes total, but Hollins was not at all involved. He's been invisible in the Eagles offense despite the absence of DeSean Jackson (abdomen). Hollins isn't worth owning in fantasy outside of the deepest formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins is completely off the fantasy radar for Week 8. The Eagles will be in Buffalo to take on the Bills, and Hollins has not made a catch since Week 4 despite starting in three-wide sets in place of the injured DeSean Jackson (abdomen). He's droppable in all but the deepest fantasy formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins was targeted only once in Week 7 and was unable to come down with a catch. Hollins has been running in three-wide sets in place of DeSean Jackson (abdomen) for several weeks, but has been unable to do anything at all. Even if Jackson can't return for next week's tough matchup against Buffalo, Hollins will not be a recommended fantasy option in any format.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins is not a fantasy option in Week 7. The Eagles will take on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football, and even if DeSean Jackson (abdomen) is forced to miss another game, Hollins will only play a bit role. Hollins saw seven targets in Week 3, but has seen just five total targets since then. He's playing plenty of snaps in three-wide sets, but just isn't seeing much of the ball going his way. He's droppable in most formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins did nothing in Week 6, making no catches on two targets. Hollins was on the field in three-wide sets but only saw two balls go his way and did nothing with them. With DeSean Jackson (abdomen) targeting a Week 7 return, Hollins should return to his special teams role soon.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins is not a recommended fantasy option in Week 6. With DeSean Jackson (abdomen) nearing a return, Hollins' days in three-wide sets are coming to an end. Even if Jackson doesn't play on Sunday though, Hollins will have very limited fantasy value against a difficult Minnesota Vikings Defense. Hollins only needs to be rostered in deeper leagues and can be let go in most formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins did not come up with his only target in the passing game in Week 5. Hollins was forced into action in three-wide sets with DeSean Jackson (abdomen) missing another game. Alshon Jeffery and Zach Ertz took control of the few passes completed by Carson Wentz in this one, leaving Hollins without much to do. Hollins won't be a fantasy option going forward in most formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins could have fantasy relevance one more time in Week 5. With DeSean Jackson (abdomen) shaping up to miss another game, Hollins should get some run in three-wide sets against a barely-there New York Jets secondary. While Alshon Jeffery should be the star of the passing game, Hollins has only cinder block-handed Nelson Agholor to compete with for secondary targets. Hollins is a lower-end WR3 as long as Jackson misses the game.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins made just one catch in Week 4, gaining 13 yards. Hollins played a bigger role in this one due to DeSean Jackson (abdomen) missing the game, but the Eagles offense mostly went through the running game. Hollins will take a back seat in Week 5 assuming Jackson returns to the field.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins should still have an offensive role in Week 4. Facing off against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday Night Football, Hollins will benefit from DeSean Jackson (abdomen) missing another week. With Alshon Jeffery (calf) expected to return to the lineup, Hollins won't have quite as big a role as he did in Week 3, but he should still be able to rack up some catches and yards. Still, he's a desperation play at best and most fantasy rosters will have better starting options on Sunday.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins caught four passes in a Week 3 loss, gaining 62 yards. Hollins played a bigger role in this one with DeSean Jackson (groin) and Alshon Jeffery (calf) out. Rookie J.J. Arcega-Whiteside was expected to play a larger role than Hollins, but it was Hollins that made more noise on the score sheet. He could continue in this role next week as the Eagles play on Thursday Night Football.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins will likely see an increased offensive role in a Week 3 contest against the Detroit Lions. With top wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson both expected to miss at least one game, Hollins will be needed on offense. He's been mostly working on special teams, but he saw plenty of work on offense in the second half last week after Jeffery and Jackson were forced to leave the game. Hollins has flashed his talent in small bursts before, but it will be his first chance to show it throughout a whole game. He has some upside in a strong Eagles offense, but can't be trusted as more than a WR4/5 in most formats.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins showed up in Week 2 with five catches for 50 yards. Hollins was thrust into a bigger role after Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson were both forced to leave the game in the first half. Hollins could have some WR3/FLEX appeal in Week 3 if the top two wide receivers on the Eagles roster are forced to miss time.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins is expected to make his way onto the team's 53-man roster. Hollins had a brief moment as a dynasty sleeper, but injuries and overall disappointing play have kept him buried on the depth chart so far in his career. Unless several injuries strike the Eagles receivers, Hollins will be more of a special teams player in 2019.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins is likely to play a depth role in 2019 if he makes it on the final roster. Buried on the depth chart behind at least Alshon Jeffery, DeSean Jackson, Nelson Agholor, and J.J. Arcega-Whiteside, Hollins will appear on special teams a lot more often than he does on offense. It'll take at least a pair of injuries for Hollins to develop a meaningful fantasy role in 2019.
Philadelphia Eagles WR Mack Hollins (hip) practiced Saturday, Aug. 10, for the first time since suffering a hip injury.
Philadelphia Eagles WR Mack Hollins (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Monday, July 29, because of a soft-tissue injury on his lower body.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mack Hollins (groin) was able to participate fully in 11-on-11 drills on Thursday. Hollins was limited in OTAs because of an injured groin, but he seems to have recovered well and looked healthy on the field on Thursday. He's not expected to be any higher than fifth on the receiving depth chart to open the season, but he's shown glimpses of upside in the past and could benefit from any injuries to the Eagles starters.