Ty Hilton, Andrew Luck Light Up Stat Sheet in Historic Comeback Win over Chiefs

January 5, 2014   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In what was one of the most incredible comeback victories in playoff history, the Indianapolis Colts were able to beat the Kansas City Chiefs thanks to some incredible performances from Andrew Luck and T.Y. Hilton.
After halftime, the Chiefs were enjoying a 31-10 lead, then were able to move to a 38-10 lead after a 10-yard touchdown from Alex Smith to Knile Davis.  But the Colts refused to give up, scoring five touchdowns in the second half to pull off a miraculous comeback, winning 45-44.  According to ESPN Stats & Info, it was the second-largest comeback in NFL playoff history.
Luck got off to a nice start, but he had his struggles throughout the game, throwing three interceptions, including one to start the second half.  But he kept fighting, and ended up completing 29 of his 45 passes for 443 yards and four touchdowns.  He also had a touchdown on a fumble recovery near the end zone on a wild play that helped draw the Colts within just three points ...

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