Donnie Avery dropped 12 of 72 catchable passes this season, tying teammate T.Y. Hilton for the worst drop rate among NFL wideouts in 2012.
Hilton bungled 10 of the 60 catchable targets that came his way, costing Andrew Luck an even bigger rookie campaign. But while Hilton was a raw rookie that still has a ton of room to grow, Avery was a five-year veteran that has consistently disappointed in previous stops. Even if the impending free agent is back in Indy for next season, we fully expect Hilton to siphon plenty of snaps.