The Indianapolis Colts were down by 28 points in the second half. The Kansas City Chiefs had the game locked up, but then sports happened. The Colts had a very exciting comeback to say the least and they have the quarterback to keep on advancing.
Andrew Luck is in his own league when it comes to young QB talent in the NFL.
He threw three interceptions on the day, but he still overcame everything and ended up throwing four TDs and 443 yards.
It takes a special kind of player to come back from a four-touchdown deficit and Luck is that player. This was, of course, a team effort and a collapse–if you will–of the opposing team, but Luck played a big part in this comeback.
During the regular season, Luck threw for 3,822 yards, 23 TDs and nine interceptions. Not bad for a second-year player.
Apparently in this day and age, wild-card teams seem to win the Super Bowl. Okay, not every Super Bowl winner is a wild-card team nowadays, but that was the case with Baltimore last year and a couple of other teams in years past.
I am sure Indianapolis is hoping to be like those teams. There is nothing bigger than momentum, especially come playoff time. Well, the Colts have now won four games in a row and you better believe that they have a bunch of momentum heading into the next round.
It helps that they also have one of the best QBs in the league, which is arguably the most important position. People better believe that Luck is talented enough to take this team to the Super Bowl. Not in the future, but right now.