That makes very little sense.
As @ColtsLegacy said, without TY/Funch/Campbell we have one of the worst WR groups in the NFL.
If TY comes back, there will only be so much Pascal can do to prevent teams from doing all they can to take TY out of our game plan. With a healthy Funch (and Campbell) we can at least keep other teams on their toes, whether that means we prevent them from stacking the box to open up our run game even further or whether it means we open up our passing game to more than the dink and dunk which it pretty much has been, it is a good thing.
Funch is a veteran NFL WR, he had a full offseason with the Colts and has been around the team's facilities since his injury. It's also a collarbone injury which is typically one of the easiest injuries to come back from and not miss a beat (I've broken mine 3 times and each time was still able to keep my cardio up, it's not even close to having a guy come back from a knee/ankle injury).
Yeah, there were a lot of sighs of relief during the Chiefs/Texans games. I'd forgotten about the Denver penalty but that was huge too. Not trying to take away from those wins, especially the Chiefs/Texans wins, but with how close they all ended up it just goes to show how narrow our margin of victory has been.