INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Fourth quarter comebacks have become a dime a dozen for Andrew Luck, and Sunday’s win against the Raiders was no exception.
Down by three late in the fourth quarter, Luck scrambled for a 19-yard touchdown to put the Colts up 21-17 for good.
“If there's a minute left on the clock and we need to score, there's no one I'd rather have under center than that guy,” said head Coach Chuck Pagano. “[When] you've got a quarterback like Andrew and the playmakers around him, you feel good about playing aggressive.”
Sunday’s comeback marked Luck’s 8th fourth quarter comeback since the start of last season.
“I think the DNA of the team is that maybe there's just a little extra focus when that comes. Maybe guys realize 'Hey, let's convert this.' Maybe that little bit of pressure pushes us in a sense,” said of Luck of the constant comebacks. “We know we can't live like that every week. We'll lose our fair share at the end of the game if that continues to happen.”
“He's always confident. He knows what he can do with his ability,” said Reggie Wayne. “We're blessed to have him, his nice strong legs. He plays like he's a 15 year vet.”
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