The staff members at Footballguys are full of opinions. In a Faceoff, we allow two members to voice their opinions on a specific player. One picked the high side, and the other took the low side.
High Side by Ryan Hester
With Andrew Luck missing nine games due to injury, the entire Indianapolis offense had sub-par seasons. This includes Hilton, whose overall numbers were down from the 2013 and 2014 seasons. Looking deeper into Hilton's 2015 numbers, though, shows that he overcame shoddy quarterback play to maintain a high level of efficiency. Hilton's 16.3 yards per catch nearly matched the 16.4 he had in 2014, meaning that his overall performance was down due to volume.
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