Maybe T.Y. Hilton didn't need the advice about returning punts.
He heeded it anyway and turned the game.
After a pregame chat with coach Chuck Pagano about the art of returning punts, Hilton returned Buffalo's first punt 75 yards for a touchdown, then caught an 8-yard TD pass to lead Indianapolis past the Bills 20-13.
''He just told me to `stretch and cut, stretch and cut,''' Hilton said, describing the advice. ''So I was able to stretch and my blockers did a good job of getting in front of their dudes, made two guys miss me and I went to the house.''
It was a picture perfect day for Hilton, Indy's other emerging rookie star.
He became the first player in franchise history to score on a punt return and catch a TD pass in the same game and the first Colts player to run one back inside Lucas Oil Stadium. The last Indy player to score on a punt return was T.J. Rushing in 2007.
And the 5-foot-9, 183-pound receiver showed Pagano and everyone else how tough he could be, too, when he...