T.Y. Hilton, WR Indianapolis Colts

2015 Strength of Schedule - IND
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Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2014 Game Stats
WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPCRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPRSnaps%
1DEN5410118.200000-66/7489%
2PHI66501110.830000-49/7268%
3JAX5800616.000000-34/7446%
4TEN610501017.5015005.0057/8766%
5BAL99001210.000000-71/8287%
6HOU92231924.780000-59/8768%
7CIN71070915.290000-63/7980%
8PIT615511025.830000-65/6698%
9NYG3711623.670000-57/7576%
10BYE------------
11NE324078.000000-54/5795%
12JAX41221530.501150015.0057/7477%
13WAS5621512.400000-43/5184%
14CLE1015021915.000001-75/8193%
15HOU4500812.500000-58/6885%
16DAL------------
17TEN0003-0000-23/6635%
Totals821345713116.402200110.00831/109376%

Most Recent News

At this point, Colts WR Donte Moncrief 'definitely ahead' of Duron Carter

Friday, February 20, 2015, 2:14pm

Colts.com - [Full Article]

CFL WR Duron Carter has generated interest in dynasty leagues since signing with Indianapolis, but general manager Ryan Grigson made it clear he hasn’t done anything yet in the NFL. 2nd year WR Donte Moncrief has already showed fantasy potential as a rookie. Head coach Chuck Pagano said he expects a “big second year” from Moncrief and the “sky is the limit”. In the early offseason, Moncrief is definitely ahead of Carter in the fantasy pecking order, with both obviously behind T.Y. Hilton.

Fantasy Impact:

Moncrief played at least 50 percent of his team’s snaps in six games as a rookie. In those games, he averaged 3.0 catches for 50 yards and 0.50 touchdowns, but that split includes both huge games (3-134-2 vs. Washington, 7-113-1 vs. Pittsburgh) and disappearing acts (a goose egg vs. Houston, 2-5 vs. Dallas, 3-16 vs. Tennessee), so his production was all over the place. With a year of growth and (potentially) starter’s snaps, Moncrief is a breakout candidate in 2015, provided he can hold off Carter.

Scouting Report

T.Y. Hilton - Week 20 vs. New England

T.Y. Hilton hasn't had an explosive postseason, but he's been a solid contributor. He has 10 receptions for 175 yards in the team's two playoff games, but he has yet to haul in a touchdown.

This week he goes against Darrelle Revis and the New England Patriots. When he faced the Pats earlier in the season he struggled, finishing with just three receptions for 24 yards.

He's capable of exploding at a moment's notice, which gives him a lot of upside. There is risk involved however considering how he fared the last time he played the Patriots. He'll be one of the top options because he's easily the best receiver for the Colts.

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