Hilton caught 7-of-13 targets for 67 yards in the Colts 16-13 OT win over the Jaguars in Week 4. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: Hilton was the most targeted Colts receiver by backup QB Matt Hasselbeck. However, he was not able to break free for any big gains apart from a 17-yard completion. Hilton has become a dependable target yet has not stretched the field as much as we saw in 2014. He is a mid-WR2 with more touchdown upside once Andrew Luck returns from injury.

Category: Game Recaps

Fantasy Football Maniax | Oct 6th
It looks like QB Andrew Luck will be back this week. Hilton is off to a slow start due to a Colts offensive line that can't block long enough to allow the Colts to go deep, but he would have WR2 value in this matchup.
Breaking Football | Oct 4th
By the start of the 4th week in the NFL season most fantasy owners should have a pretty good feel for how good (or bad)…
RotoBaller | Sep 26th
Speaking of the Indianapolis Colts, Andrew Luck’s primary wide receiver T.Y. Hilton is off to a slow start as well. A large part of that, perhaps even most of it, has been due to the fact that Hilton has been banged up to start the year. He entered week one questionable with a concussion, which... Read More
Breaking Football | Sep 25th
While 13 points (standard leagues) isn’t what you would have expected from Hilton through the first 2 games of the 2015 fantasy football season, he remains a must…
Breaking Football | Sep 21st
The Indianapolis Colts are expected to have their top pass-catcher on the field Monday night against the New York Jets. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network…
Athlon Sports | Sep 20th
While most of the questionable players were in the 1 p.m. ET games this week (fantasy owners breathe a sigh of relief), there are still several noteworthy players on the injury reports for the later games. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Breaking Football | Sep 18th
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton suffered a pretty severe bruise to his left knee last week at Buffalo; causing him to leave the game….
The Fantasy Fix | Sep 18th
Injuries, injuries and more injuries! They can literally kill your fantasy dreams before the season even gets going. The loss of some high profile receivers has sent fantasy owners frantically scouring the waiver wire to replace the likes of Dez Bryant or T.Y. Hilton. The influx of non-drafted quarterbacks who
Athlon Sports | Sep 14th
All fantasy owners enter the football season with hope, knowing that it takes a good draft, good waiver wire pickups, good trades, and good luck to get through the season successfully. The good luck often comes from hoping that your players stay healthy. When a first-round draft pick goes down in the first game of the season, it's a tough blow to any team.  Read the full st...
RotoBaller | Aug 29th
Year after year fantasy owners take out their player rankings sheet and gather around a table or log onto a computer in order to assemble their definition of, THE GREATEST FANTASY FOOTBALL TEAM EVER! Sadly, year after year, fantasy football owners tend to also buy into the hype from a team or a particular player... Read More
EDSFootball | Aug 27th
Four of our contributors recently began a new "slow" 2015 Fantasy Football Mock Draft and another round is now complete. View image | gettyimages.com Here are Round 3 results of our 2015 Fantasy Football Mock Draft: 3.01 - Dan Yanotchko (Team I): T.Y. Hilton, WR, Indianapolis Colts Hilton had a breakout 82/1,345/7 season last year. And that breakout year would have been even better if he...
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 14th
Entering their fourth seasons, Alshon Jeffery (24.5 ADP) and T.Y. Hilton (26.3) are largely considered WR1s in fantasy circles. Both should be 100-plus target assets for their respective teams, provided Jeffery's calf setback doesn't prove serious. However, Brad Evans and Scott Pianowski are divided on which one owners should target. Read their stances, ponder and declare a victor in the comments ...