Twitter Reacts to Colts' Stunning Comeback vs Lions

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Twitter Reacts to Colts' Stunning Comeback vs Lions
Tim Fuller-US PRESSWIRE

The Indianapolis Colts stunned the Detroit Lions Sunday as rookie quarterback Andrew Luck threw a 14-yard touchdown pass to receiver Donnie Avery to down the Lions 35-33. 

Luck ended the game with the poise of a veteran quarterback and willed the Colts to an eighth win and a firm grip on the first Wild Card seed in the AFC en route to the playoffs. 

With Luck recording his fifth fourth-quarter comeback this season in shocking fashion, Twitter exploded with a variety of reactions as the events unfolded. 

Of course, NFL.com started the action by providing an instant video of Luck's last-second magic:

 

 

As expected, Colts fans were thrilled with the result. The prospects of heading to the postseason with a quarterback not named Peyton Manning so soon has to have the fanbase excited. These tweets showed just that following the victory:

 

 

 

 

There was, as always, the strange fan reactions as well:

 

 

With the focus on Luck, many analysts, professional and amateur alike, were simply left in awe by his performance:

 

 

 

 

 

 

For as much praise that was being thrown around, there were those who were not too happy with the end result:

 

 

 

 

There were also Lions fans that didn't mind watching the magic Luck and Colts performed against their favorite team:

 

 

Whether you're a fan of the Colts or not, it's hard to not appreciate what Luck and Co. have been doing on the field this season against all odds. It's a great story and we're witnessing history before our eyes. 

Twitter has yet again given us a diverse look at the thoughts of many surrounding an NFL event. This time, it was the Colts once again shocking the league. 

 

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