Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Hilton hoping a year makes all the difference vs. Pats

T.Y. Hilton is another year older, and, as he explains, another year wiser. Whether that old adage of age and wisdom will translate onto the field this weekend against the New England Patriots remains to be seen, though.

The fourth-year wideout has already tallied more than 3,600 yards in his career, but his success against the Pats has been unimpressive, to say the least. The 25-year-old had only four catches for 60 yards in two meetings last year and was held without a touchdown.

But with another season under his belt, and a few more offensive weapons surrounding him this season, Hilton is hoping to turn things around at home on Sunday night against the defending champs.

“Absolutely, it was frustrating and tough before,” he said via Mike Reiss of “I’m older now, so I know what to expect. I’m going to get my plays come Sunday because [the Colts are] not the same team that they’re going to face.

“I’m going to get my changes, so when I do I have to make a play.”


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