Hilton is a prime candidate for a bounce-back season given the arrival of Philip Rivers, which should provide a boost to the Colts’ passing attack. When applying Hilton’s 2019 market shares to the Chargers’ 2019 offense (under Rivers), he would project to catch 97 passes for 1241 yards and 10.9 touchdowns. Those numbers are probably a stretch, but Hilton has a chance to get back to some semblance of the production he had with Andrew Luck. He averaged 5.7 catches for 92 yards and 0.41 touchdowns in 29 games with Luck since 2016. His sixth round ADP looks like a bargain.
Sep 25 · 6:59 PM EDT