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Hilton had four catches on five targets for 122 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Jaguars.

An excellent bounce back performance from Hilton, who had only three catches for 24 yards in Week 11 against the Patriots. Quarterback Andrew Luck struggled with lots of pressure from the Jaguars, but Hilton got loose for a 73-yard touchdown in the third quarter that made up most of his fantasy production. Up next is a Week 13 matchup against a Redskins defense that came into Sunday allowing the 10th-fewest passing yards per game this season, though only three teams had allow more passing touchdowns.

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Hilton caught 3-of-7 targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 42-20 loss to the Patriots.

Hilton had easily his worst statistical game of the season, falling shy of 70 receiving yards for the first time since Week 1. Andrew Luck mostly had success throwing to Coby Fleener and Reggie Wayne, who combined for 12 receptions and 235 receiving yards on 16 targets. Hilton's targets and receptions have been disappointing the last two weeks, but he's still on pace for a 94-1538-5 receiving line, heading into a Week 12 matchup with the Jaguars.

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Hilton caught 3-of-6 targets for 71 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 40-24 win over the Giants.

Hilton drew surprisingly few targets, given that Andrew Luck attempted 45 passes. However, what he lacked in volume Hilton largely made up for with a spectacular play, as he wrestled a ball away from CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie for a 31-yard touchdown in the third quarter. Though he may not have seen his usual diet of looks this week, Hilton hasn't given owners any real reason for concern. He's clearly Luck's top receiving option, and the young signal-caller is on track to make a run at the single-season records for both pass attempts and completions. Hilton will be one of the top options at his position when the Colts come out of their Week 10 bye, even with a difficult Week 11 matchup against the Patriots looming.

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Hilton had another big game in Sunday's 51-34 loss at Pittsburgh, catching 6-of-9 targets for 155 yards and a touchdown.

Hilton scored on a 28-yard touchdown right before halftime, to get the Colts back in the game. They got within eight points late in the third quarter, but ultimately could not stop Ben Roethlisberger, who threw for a career-high 522 yards and six touchdowns. One can't blame Hilton for the loss, as the third-year wideout has been incredible this year, especially lately, going over 100 yards in four of the last five games. He's not a huge touchdown scorer, given his small stature, but he's a threat to make a big play each and every week.

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Hilton caught seven passes on nine targets for 107 yards Sunday against the Bengals.

Hilton scored his first touchdown last Sunday against the Texans, but he's been able to accumulate plenty of yardage this season, especially of late, averaging 131.3 yards per game over the last four weeks. Quarterback Andrew Luck doesn't look his way much in the red zone, but he remains a very solid option given the high number of balls thrown his way (40 in the last four games).

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Hilton caught 9-of-9 targets for 223 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 33-28 win over the Texans.

Hilton has torched the Texans throughout his career, and he didn't waste any time in Thursday's game. He caught a 40-yard pass on the Colts' first drive, then added a 49-yarder on the next series. He finished the first quarter with five receptions for 147 yards, and later scored his first touchdown of the season from 33 yards out in the third quarter. While he may need big plays to find the end zone, Hilton has proven to be much more than a deep threat in the Indianapolis offense. He has a team-high 59 targets through six games, and has recorded at least five receptions in each contest.

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Hilton had nine receptions on 12 targets for 90 yards in Sunday's win against Baltimore.

Hilton has been Indianapolis' most dangerous weapon in the passing game, but he's surprisingly caught none of Andrew Luck's 14 touchdown passes. While there is little doubt that Hilton is a dynamic player, Luck likes to use running backs and tight ends in the red zone, which is likely to limit Hilton's scoring chances.

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Hilton (ankle) had six catches on 10 targets for 105 receiving yards and one carry for five rushing yards Sunday against the Titans.

The good news for Hilton is that he's caught 11 passes on 16 targets for 185 yards in the last two games combined. The bad news is that quarterback Andrew Luck has thrown eight touchdowns in that span and not a single one went to Hilton. It appears Luck is content throwing to Hilton to move the ball down the field, but he looks toward his tight ends and running back Ahmad Bradshaw, who have combined for six of the eight scores, when they get in the red zone. So while Hilton remains a popular target, it seems he'll have to break one deep if he's going to find the end zone.

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Hilton (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Titans.

Hilton will try to hook up with Andrew Luck a few times in this game as the Colts are expected to rol over the Titans.

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Hilton (ankle) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Titans, the Colts' official site reports.

There's little doubt with regard to Hilton's Week 4 status after the wideout practiced in full both Thursday and Friday. Through three games, Hilton has 16 catches for 186 yards, while seeing a team-high 28 targets in that span.