The Indianapolis Colts' comeback was not simply a one-man show. Andrew Luck had a co-star as the Colts' offense racked up 35 second-half points to pull off the second-largest comeback in NFL playoff history: T.Y. Hilton.
The second-year wide receiver caught 13 passes from Luck for 224 yards and two touchdowns as the Colts rallied past the Kansas City Chiefs for a 45-44 win in their AFC wild-card playoff game. Hilton's staggering tally of 224 yards is the third-most ever in a playoff game in NFL history, according to ESPN Stats & Info.
Hilton capped his historic postseason outing by reeling in the game-winning touchdown catch deep into the fourth quarter. With the Chiefs clinging to a 44-38 lead, Hilton and Luck connected for a 64-yard touchdown to give the Colts their first lead of the game with less than five minutes remaining in regulation.
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