Hill had five carries for 18 yards and caught his lone target for nine yards in Sunday's win over the Texans.
The rookie continued to see minimal time on the field, playing just eight snaps. Hill's usage when in the game was significant, though, as he had six total touches on those eight snaps, and he averaged 4.5 yards per touch. As long as Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards remain as a healthy and productive 1-2 punch behind Lamar Jackson in the Baltimore backfield, there won't be a path for Hill to have much of a role.
Hill rushed three times for 11 yards in Sunday's 49-13 win over the Bengals.
Hill has struggled to get onto the field behind Mark Ingram and Gus Edwards, so a blowout such as this should've provided an excellent opportunity to increase his workload. However, the rookie fourth-rounder continued to manage a minimal role, as he logged 12 of a possible 47 offensive snaps (26 percent). It'll be tough to rely on Hill for fantasy purposes during Week 11's contest against the Texans, which shapes up to be a much closer matchup.
Hill had three carries for seven yards Sunday against the Patriots.
After seeing his usage bottom out in Seattle, Hill got himself slightly more involved in the offense coming off the bye against New England. He played 10 snaps and got work on three of those plays, though Hill was ineffective on those runs as he averaged just 2.3 yards per carry. Hill hasn't played more than seven snaps in any game this season and has has played five-or-less snaps in four of his last five outings.