Colts’ Luck looking to make amends after mistake
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Andrew Luck is trying to become the fix-it man.
First, he made the wrong play call. Then, he made the wrong decision. Two games, two mistakes, two losses for the Colts.
Now the goal is to pull the Colts out of these tough times.
It’s an unusual situation for Luck, who was dubbed the most polished college quarterback to come into the NFL since Peyton Manning in 1998.
For the most part, Luck has lived up to the hype. He is 22-13 in his career, including a playoff win, owns one AFC South title and had 11 game-winning drives in the fourth quarter or overtime before celebrating his 25th birthday last week.