What Will The Cowboys Get From T.Y. Hilton?

T.Y. Hilton #13 of the Indianapolis Colts celebrates after catching a pass for a touchdown during the third quarter against the Las Vegas Raiders at Lucas Oil Stadium on January 02, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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The Dallas Cowboys knew they needed to add a wide receiver.

That is why they were one of the few teams very interested in Odell Beckham Jr.

But, after finding out Beckham would not be ready to play until the playoffs, Dallas decided to look elsewhere.

On Monday afternoon, the Cowboys decided to sign former Colts wide receiver T.Y. Hilton.

Hilton has not played at all this season, but he is healthy and was waiting for the right opportunity.

Dallas seems like a great spot for Hilton and a place where he can compete for a Super Bowl.

The Cowboys needed depth and speed at wide receiver.

Hilton will bring both of that to the roster.

He can play in the slot and outside, and will be a nice complement to CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup.


Impact Player

There is no question Hilton can be a deep threat that the Cowboys have been missing on offense.

It remains to be seen how many snaps he will get per game, but all he needs are about 15-20 to make an impact.

Also, around the league, he has been viewed as a true professional and a great locker-room guy.

He will fit right into a high-powered Cowboys offense and do whatever is asked of him.

Also, this is a low-risk move for the Cowboys as the contract is mostly incentives.

It seems like Hilton will be ready to play this weekend for Dallas in a limited role.

He is facing a team he is very familiar with in the Jacksonville Jaguars, so giving him a limited role should benefit the Cowboys.

This is a good move for the Cowboys and Hilton should make a positive impact on the offense.

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