Hilton burst loose with a 75-yard punt return in the first quarter to give the Colts their first touchdown from that phase of the game since 2007. He added an 8-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter when the Bills double-teamed Wayne and left single coverage on the inside route. That proved to be the game-winning score.
"Getting better, stronger and faster. Ready for whatever's ahead of us."
"Guys want to double me, they have to pick their poison," Wayne said. "We've got these young guys that's capable of making these plays, as we see each week. Those guys take advantage of it.
"That's what I'm a need, for them to continue to take advantage so people can't key on me. I told them a long time ago, I'm a living witness to that. When I came in and Marvin Harrison was here, everyone wanted to key on him. So I had to shine. It's vice versa now."
That has been a bit of an issue for the Colts. Luck and Wayne have starred, but no other receiver has emerged as a consistent threat. Hilton, who has top-end speed, might become that guy.