Jason Bridge-US PRESSWIRE
Andrew Luck: B+
16-of-25, 175 yards, 2 INT
It was a tale of two quarters for Luck. At the end of the first, his Colts were trailing 14-0, thanks in part to a pick-six he threw.
At the end of the second, the score was 17-14 Colts, thanks in part to his outstanding play.
There were mistakes. Luck could have hurried up to get a play off before a challenge. He also stared down Reggie Wayne and gave up a pick-six.
However, he was also not helped by some blown calls and bad line play. His rally to end the first quarter was impressive.
Luck managed two touchdown drives, and tacked on a field goal for good measure. His only miscue was a perfectly thrown third down pass that hit T.Y. Hilton in the chest and bounced up for an interception.
For Luck to rebound from his pick-six and answer with authority was outstanding. He averaged 7.0 yards a pass despite 25 throws in the first half. Given that he rushed for a score and had a sure touchdown turned into an interception, his actually play was substantially better than his numbers.
Drew Stanton: B
4-of-13, 69 yards, 1 TD
Stanton led three drives, picking up one touchdown. He wasn't always accurate, but did have a couple of nice throws. 69 yards on just four completions is impressive, but he struggled with accuracy all night.
Chandler Harnish: D
3-of-9, 45 yards, 1 INT
Harnish threw a couple of beautiful passes downfield to Griff Whalen, but ultimately his interception in Steelers territory might have cost Indianapolis a win. He certainly throws a pretty deep ball, though. Don't be surprised to see him land on Indy's practice squad.