Colts were a team in 2016 that always seemed to be good enough to contend, found themselves on the positive end of some surprising finishes, and yet, when everything came to rest, were at home watching the
Texans take the division crown. Hilton, however, didn't suffer from that at all. The wideout had his best season as a professional, racking up a career-high 1,448 yards receiving on 91 catches, scoring six times and catching passes of 20-plus yards 28 times. Indianapolis' deep threat only seems to be getting better with time and is just entering his prime at age 27, which coincides with his first entry in the Top 100.