It seems like every team is now trying its version of the "Philly Special," but the Indianapolis Colts might not do it again after a failed attempt Sunday.
"I gave it my best effort," the quarterback said after the game, per the team's official Twitter account. "I'll retire as a wide receiver from here on out."
It was the first target of Luck's career, and it appears to be the last.
The play—where a receiver or tight end gets the ball on a reverse and throws it to the usually unguarded quarterback—was popularized by the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl last year when Trey Burton found Nick Foles for a touchdown.
Indianapolis wasn't able to replicate the success, and it was apparently enough for Luck to give it up for good. Fortunately, the team was still able to come through with a 38-10 blowout win.