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Andrew Luck’s long touchdown pass with 4:31 to play capped off an incredible performance.
After going down 38-10 early in the second half, Colts QB Andrew Luck engineered a brilliant second-half comeback and Indianapolis stunned Kansas City, 45-44, in the first game of the 2014 NFL playoffs.
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Luck did throw three picks in this game, and this one late in the third seemed to stymy the Colts' comeback hopes for the moment.
But on his next drive, Luck threw this 12-yard TD to Coby Fleener to keep the Colts in the game as the fourth quarter drew near.
His next time down the field, Luck was the recipient of a fortuitous fumble and bounce, and his full-extension stretch shrank the deficit to three.
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