Indianapolis Colts: T.Y. Hilton
Clearly, the Indianapolis Colts wish T.Y. Hilton was healthy enough to play all of 2019 instead of being limited to just 10 games due to injuries, but hopefully the speedy wideout looks like his usual self next season.
Based off the first two months of action in 2019, the Colts appeared to be at least a lock for a Wild Card spot in the AFC before falling apart in November and December, leaving the team to make some key adjustments over the last few weeks.
Time will tell when it comes to seeing whether the decision to sign Philip Rivers to replace Jacoby Brissett as the starter will work out for the best in Indianapolis, but at least a healthy Hilton should make the veteran quarterback’s job much easier.
After all of the injuries Philadelphia experienced at wide receiver last season, there’s no question the passing game would upgrade in a big way with the addition of another playmaker like Hilton.
The veteran wideout turning 31 in November will seem like a concern to some, but also keep in mind that in 2018, Hilton managed to catch 76 passes for 1,270 yards to go along with six touchdowns, showing there is still plenty of great football left in him.