The Seahawks take pride in their secondary, but T.Y. Hilton does not. The second-year wideout caught five passes for 140 yards and two touchdowns against Seattle in Week 5, highlighting his afternoon with a 73-yard score from Andrew Luck.
Hilton caught five of his six targets and had no trouble breaking past Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner. Reggie Wayne led the Colts in catches with one more than Hilton, while Darrius Heyward-Bey failed to record a single reception on six targets.
Fantasy impact: If only the Colts operated this way every week. Hilton is the most talented playmaker in Indianapolis' offense, but his numbers have been inconsistent due to the variation in game plan. When the Colts make it a point to get him the ball, he produces.
Indy takes on San Diego, with one of the worst secondaries in the league, in Week 6. Hilton is somewhat risky because of his inconsistency, but the Colts should finally be taking notice that they need to keep feeding him. With bye weeks and injuries, Hilton is an easy start going forward.