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Luck can't make it comeback No. 8

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07:13 PM ET 01.06 | In what could've been Ray Lewis' final game at M&T Bank Stadium the Baltimore Ravens beat the Indianapolis Colts by a score of 24-9 in Sunday's Wild Card matchup, and it was a memorable one. Andrew Luck and the Colts drove down the field in the fourth quarter while trailing 15 points, sparking some thoughts of yet another fourth quarter comeback for Luck, who had seven come-from-behind wins in the regular season. But it wasn't to be as Luck threw an interception, essentially ending it for the Colts.

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January 6, 2013  07:17 PM ET

Still a great run by the colts, kudos to the entire franchise.

January 6, 2013  07:20 PM ET

He tried, he did an outstanding job, never thought he would be this good so soon, what a future!!!

January 6, 2013  07:20 PM ET

Thanks for a great year to Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts !!!!!

January 6, 2013  07:45 PM ET

Good game , congrats to the Ravens.

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January 6, 2013  08:05 PM ET

He's exceeded everyone's expectations. I wonder what happens next year when Arians is gone and their schedule gets tougher.

January 6, 2013  08:51 PM ET

Hopefully the Colts make some good decisions in the draft and in free agency. They could be very good next year.

January 6, 2013  09:02 PM ET

Colts need to draft some wide receivers. I didn't count but there were at least six crucial drops and several cases of alligator arms for the Colts receivers today. They're not that far away and Luck is very good, but he needs some help.

January 6, 2013  09:11 PM ET
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Colts need to draft some wide receivers. I didn't count but there were at least six crucial drops and several cases of alligator arms for the Colts receivers today. They're not that far away and Luck is very good, but he needs some help.

+1

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January 6, 2013  09:17 PM ET

At least they gave it their all.

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January 6, 2013  09:27 PM ET

Luck is the real deal. He's made a few rookie mistakes and has a team full of rookies playing well around him. They are playing as a team and will all improve. I think Indy is poised to go a long way in the near future.

January 6, 2013  09:32 PM ET

Luck turned a 2-14 team into an 11-5 team.

They'll need better pass protection if they want to take the next step though.

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January 7, 2013  08:11 AM ET

Something I noticed about Luck, he's constantly coaching or encouraging his teammates when he's not on the field. He's in touch with everyone on that team. With some good pieces and time they're going to be damn good.

 
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