More T.Y. to come?
Remember when it was fair to ask whether the Colts were underutilizing receiver T.Y. Hilton?
That question would have been fair game just a few weeks ago. But after Sunday’s career-best performance (140 yards) against the Seattle Seahawks it no longer seems applicable.
Hilton said a big reason he has been so good — with two 100-yard games in five outings — is because he has gained valuable experience now that he is in his second season.
“The game is slowing down for me” Hilton said. “And I finally had an offseason with Andrew (Luck).”
But there’s also something else at work here. The Colts’ revamped offense though less aggressive under first-year coordinator Pep Hamilton than Bruce Arians appears to be creating some opportunities down the field.
“It’s been a lot more” Hilton said. “You hit some you miss some. But right now we’re doing a good job of hitting them when we have a chance. And Trent (Richardson) is doing a great job of setting it up with the play