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26 of 38, 297 yards, TD, INT
Andrew Luck and the Colts escaped Tennessee with their first road win since 2010. They won in a thrilling overtime victory, 19-13.
Luck was able to drive down the field effectively, but the drives consistently stalled just short of scoring. Luck was able to change that around at the end of the fourth quarter, leading a 14 play, 80 yard drive to tie the game.
Luck did it again in overtime, this time moving it 80 yards in only nine plays. The final play was a screen to Vick Ballard, who took off and essentially did a barrel roll into the end zone. This was Luck's only touchdown of the day, but it was a big one.
Luck was not looking too good for most of the game. What is important, however, is that he showed that he is capable of leading drives when it matters most.
We were able to see that Luck possesses the "clutch gene" that Colts fans were hoping for. The Colts are now 4-3 and have racked up more wins than Peyton Manning did in his rookie season.
It will take a long time for us to stop comparing Luck to Manning, but for now he is beginning to make his own name.