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With how bad other parts of the game was, TY had a much better performance, 4 for 81 and a TD. Was targeted 5 times, I think the one was technically a drop, but that was on Rivers, TY had to slide and the ball was behind him too. The close to fumble, wasn't at all close, the refs you know, just were not good. On top of that, he still pulled the DEF towards him. With Houston next week, this could be a big breakout game for Hilton, and that would be real good timing

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57 minutes ago, PuntersArePeopleToo said:

With how bad other parts of the game was, TY had a much better performance, 4 for 81 and a TD. Was targeted 5 times, I think the one was technically a drop, but that was on Rivers, TY had to slide and the ball was behind him too. The close to fumble, wasn't at all close, the refs you know, just were not good. On top of that, he still pulled the DEF towards him. With Houston next week, this could be a big breakout game for Hilton, and that would be real good timing

 

Hope he wears his clown mask!  He does very well against HOU historically... today, IMO, was his best game of season.  Would be nice to see him get another TD (or more) and break 100 yards for his first time in a long time.  The past few years he has carried us at the WR position until late in the season when he gets hampered by nagging injury... it'd be really cool if this year he does the opposite (starts slow and ends very solid).

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