Indianapolis Colts Give Glimpse of Offensive Potential, but Issues Remain

September 28, 2015   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For one quarter, Andrew Luck was Andrew Luck again.
Just when the Indianapolis Colts needed their quarterback most, he was back.
The Andrew Luck that we've seen for the last three years returned.
Through the first three games of the season, Luck had been, frankly, awful. No matter whether it was against tough Buffalo Bills or New York Jets defenses or a more porous Tennessee defense, Luck was simply off of his game.
But in the fourth quarter, the Colts got a little bit of rhythm and Luck was back.
Down 27-14 heading into the fourth quarter, Luck hit Phillip Dorsett and Donte Moncrief for touchdown passes to take a one-point lead, then drove the Colts down the field so Frank Gore could score a final touchdown, which would be the winning margin.
Despite all of the previous issues, Luck was superb in the quarter, making quick decisions in the pocket, finding open receivers down the field and, most importantly, dumping the ball off to safety valves when nothin...

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