|Offense||22nd||134.9 (8th)||183.2 (28th)|
|Defense||11th||88.2 (4th)||246.7 (22nd)|
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"Healthy and confident," Lal told The Star-Ledger. "That’s the biggest thing. I think he’s believing, and believing in himself – and it’s starting to show."
Hill struggled with knee injuries, inconsistency and dropped passes his first two seasons.
"It’s been the injuries that have hindered it and kind of somewhat made it harder than it could have been," Lal said. "He’s taken the coaching the whole time. Now, he’s able to do it physically, so it’s just kind of coming together right now."
Hill has a chance to be the No. 2 receiver behind Eric Decker.
"If we were playing tomorrow, Chris Ivory would be on the goal line, obviously," Lynn said. "Sometimes in those situations you have an extra defender that you can’t block, and you need a back that can take him on."
Ivory (6-foot, 222 pounds) is the "best power runner in the game," Lynn added. Ivory ran for three touchdowns last year.