91 Rec, 1,448 yards, 6 TDs

There’s really not that much good news to derive from missing the playoffs two straight years after investing so much into a quarterback like Andrew Luck. That said, if we had to reach, there is the fact that T.Y. Hilton was the league’s leader in receiving yards (1,448) last year. Standing at 5-foot-9, with a 40-yard-dash speed of 4.34, Hilton has managed to consistently confound defenders in his short time in the league. Hilton isn’t only great at ghosting his opponents, though: Former Texans cornerback Charles James II found out the hard way that Hilton’s also got hands. Hilton has put up excellent numbers in the playoffs, which would be a greater talking point if the Colts could actually make it to the playoffs.