T.Y. Hilton goes off for fantasy owners in Week 11

Jared Wickerham

T.Y. Hilton finished with a huge day against the Patriots. We break down the fantasy implications.

After failing to record a catch last week, T.Y. Hilton came up big for Andrew Luck and the Colts in Week 11. The rookie caught six passes for 100 yards and two touchdowns against the Patriots, marking his third breakout game of the season.

Hilton finished third in targets with nine on the afternoon, but he led Indianapolis in receiving yardage and scores.

Fantasy Impact: He's not the most consistent player, but you can find great value out of Hilton given the right matchup. Last week the Colts didn't need to air it out against the Jaguars. This time around Luck was forced to constantly throw to attempt to catch up with the Patriots.

The Colts play the Bills next weekend, which might not be a shootout considering the state of Buffalo's offense. Still, Hilton is becoming a flyer-type play each week.

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