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TDs by TY Lift Colts Over Bills

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Colts rookie T.Y. Hilton returned a punt for a touchdown in the first quarter, hauled in a touchdown pass in the third and the Indianapolis Colts held off the Buffalo Bills 20-13 Sunday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Hilton became the first player in Colts history with a receiving TD and return TD in the same game.

With the win, Indianapolis improves to 7-4 on the season and 5-1 at home.

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