The Indianapolis Colts took to the road against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 16 and came away victorious, winning 20-13 and clinching a playoff berth in 2012.
Looking at the stat sheet, though, you would be hard pressed to see how they did it.
The Colts were out gained in this contest by 219 yards and allowed 352 rushing yards. Jamaal Charles rushed for 226 yards and one touchdown, and Peyton Hillis pitched in with another 101 yards on the ground.
Still, Andrew Luck managed to conjure up some of his late-game magic and manufactured his seventh game-winning drive of this, his rookie season. He found Reggie Wayne for the game-sealing, seven-yard touchdown pass with just over four minutes left.
Brady Quinn, on the other hand, couldn't get anything going in the passing game for the Chiefs, completing just 10-of-22 passes for 162 yards with zero touchdowns and two interceptions.
Interim head coach Bruce Arians did his version of "Gangnam Style" when the Colts clinched the playoff spot—one of the most hilarious highlights of Week 16.
The Colts improve to 10-5 and will host the Houston Texans in Week 17, while the Chiefs fall to 2-13 and will hit the road to face the Denver Broncos next Sunday.