by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer (6/6/2013) While T.Y. Hilton had a sensational rookie year (861 yards receiving and seven touchdowns on 50 catches with 91 targets), it's the six drops he had that he's focused on. "Im focusing on my drops from last year," Hilton told the Indianapolis Star. "I had way too many. Thats not like me. ... I rarely drop passes. When they happen, I really get down on myself."
Pagano: Hilton a game changer
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer (3/19/2013) Colts coach Chuck Pagano said Tuesday at the NFL owners meeting in Phoenix that he is counting on second-year receiver T.Y. Hilton to play a bigger role in 2013 with Donnie Avery now in Kansas City. Pagano considers Hilton to be a significant weapon for the Colts. "Hes a game changer," Pagano said. "He has the ability, as we saw last year, to make huge plays. Whether you throw him a deep ball down the seam in the slot, or you hit him on a short pass across the middle or a screen, he has the ability to take it the distance."
Hilton to put on weight?
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com (2/21/2013) Colts general manager Ryan Grigson told reporters Thursday that he would like to see wide receiver T.Y. Hilton more in the weight room to add 10 pounds or more of muscle. "He's a peanut," said Grigson.
Ravens close down Hilton
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com (1/6/2013) Colts rookie wide receiver T.Y. Hilton managed eight catches for 66 yards during a 24-9 Wild Card round playoff loss to the Ravens Sunday. Hilton's longest catch went 25 yards and he was targeted 13 times, which trailed only fellow receiver Reggie Wayne's 18 targets.
Hilton better at home
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer (1/4/2013) Colts rookie receiver T.Y. Hilton is set to play in his first playoff game at Baltimore in the Wild Card round, but he wishes the game was in Indianapolis instead since Hilton is better indoors than outdoors. On grass this year he has just one touchdown and is averaging 14.7 yards per catch compared to 17.5 yards indoors. He also is facing a Ravens defense that has allowed a receiver to score in five of their past six games, which bodes well for his matchup.