Andrew Luck's No. 1 target compiled 224 yards on 13 catches and bookended his day with first and fourth quarter touchdown snags.
Trailing 44-38 with 4:29 remaining in the fourth quarter, coach Chuck Pagano had a message for Hilton:
Hilton did just that, splitting two safeties, corralling a perfectly thrown pass from Luck and zooming to the end zone.
The highlight at the top of this post displays just how big of a player Hilton has become since the Colts transitioned to a quick-pass offense during their four-game winning streak. He's not Reggie Wayne, but Hilton is the biggest weapon Luck currently possesses.
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