With their star quarterback behind center again, Dwayne Allen and T.Y. Hilton had field days against the New York Jets.
Make that a field night at the Meadowlands as they helped the Indianapolis Colts (6-6) move into a tie atop the AFC South with a 41-10 romp that looked easy from the outset.
Allen caught a career-high three touchdown passes from Andrew Luck and hauled in all four throws on which he was targeted for 72 yards. The tight end couldn't have been more open on his first two TDs, and Luck sent a perfect pass his way on the third.
Considering he had 24 receptions and two scores in 2016 before this prime-time rout, was Allen surprised by his production?