Hamilton caught two of six targets for 15 yards during Sunday's 16-14 loss to Chicago.
Twenty yards in two games is probably not how Hamilton expected to start the season after showing promise as an underneath slotman at the end of last year. Targets haven't been the issue. At one point Sunday, Joe Flacco targeted Hamilton on three consecutive attempts. The problem has been converting as Hamilton has been able to catch just 40 percent of his targets thus far this season. Sunday brings another tough test against a suddenly stout Packers defense.
Hamilton caught two of four targets for five yards in Monday's 24-16 loss to the Raiders.
Hamilton further established that he's the No. 3 wideout in this offense, and he was also out-targeted by rookie TE Noah Fant (five) and RB Phillip Lindsay (six). The second-year pro has significant target potential if Courtland Sutton and Emmanuel Sanders can stretch the field, but for now he looks like an afterthought and not a viable option in fantasy.