Andrew Luck guided the Colts to a 10th comeback win in his 24th start last Sunday at Houston, 27-24, keeping the Colts in first place in the AFC South and thrilling NFL fans with another outstanding performance in the clutch.
After the Colts trailed at halftime, 21-3, Luck directed the Colts to 24 second-half points and punctuated his passing night (18-of-40, 271 yards) with three touchdowns to T.Y. Hilton – 10, 58 and nine yards.
The touchdown passes came on three successive drives and allowed the Colts to match the sixth-largest comeback win in franchise history.
It was the third time this year Luck has directed a comeback win, and it moved the team’s record to 13-2 in the last two years in games decided by seven points or less.
Luck continues to place himself among the league’s top performers. For his efforts last week, he is a nominee for two awards – the FedEx Air Player-of-the-Week and the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Week.
Voting for those awards, plus the Pro Bowl is being conducted on http://www.nfl.com.
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