Legend of Colts’ Andrew Luck Grows as He Leads Epic Comeback Against Chiefs

January 5, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Indianapolis — This is how greatness begins. It starts over a crackly headset, with a play that should have never worked, thrown by a quarterback beginning to unfurl as a legend.
After a disastrous start, Andrew Luck erupted in the second half against Kansas City but was still trailing by six points. It was first down at the Colts' 36 when a timeout was called. A discussion ensued between Luck and offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton—Hamilton on his headset and Luck still on field listening on his. They talked about options and Luck was given several different plays, each a potential counter to what Kansas City might do.
Then came this pivotal sentence from Hamilton.
"You okay with T.Y. on the post?" Hamilton asked Luck.
Luck looked over to the sideline where Hamilton stands during the game. Luck didn't say a word. He smiled and shook his head yes. He loved it.
Then came the snap. The T.Y. is wide receiver T.Y. Hilton. The play had Hilton run a p...

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