INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indianapolis Colts second year receiver T.Y. Hilton was one of last season’s breakout stars, but it wasn’t until Sunday’s game that he re-emerged in the Colts’ offense with 140 yards and two touchdowns.
“We know how explosive T.Y. can be. Just a matter of us getting him the football and putting him in position to make those plays,” said Colts head coach Chuck Pagano. “He's an electrifying guy. He's a touchdown maker. He's a game wrecker.”
“When T.Y.'s running fast, there's not many guys that can catch him,” said Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. “When he gets a ball in his hands, good things happen.”
Hilton’s 73-yard score was his first of the regular season this year.
“You have your ups and downs, but when the ups come and the downs come, just handle adversity,” said Hilton, who credits his success Sunday to some extra work with Luck this week. “We got together, and the timing is key, and so he knew where I was going to be, and he knew what I was thinking, so that kind of helped us out.”
The Noblesville Police Department says a 16-year-old girl who was shot late Sunday night died from her injuries.
Two men were arrested overnight after police say they stole a car and led officers on a chase.
Fire officials say a civilian medic was injured early Monday morning in a house fire.