The 24-year-old Luck finished 29-of-45 for four touchdowns and three interceptions as the Colts completed the second biggest comeback in postseason history.
Indianapolis will compete next weekend against the New England Patriots in a divisional playoff game at Gillette Stadium.
Although New England will be favored, the 6-foot-4, 235-pound Luck can dissect the Patriots’ middling secondary and help the Colts advance.
Luck, a classic pocket passer with a quick release, is the premier quarterback prospect to enter the NFL in the past 30 years.
Without a glaring weakness, the 2012 Pro Bowler has tossed 46 scores, versus 27 picks, for 8,196 yards in 32 professional starts.
An amazing athlete, Luck is a true field general who is willing to step into a throw in the face of pressure.
Despite losing Reggie Wayne on October 20, the former Cardinal managed to direct the league’s 14th ranked attack.
Luck, who agreed to a four-year-contract worth $22 million roughly three months after getting drafted first overall in April 2012, will keep the Colts running through at least 2016.
Approximately a week from this evening, don’t be surprised if Andrew Luck overtakes New England and keeps the Colts spiriting toward the swamps of Jersey.by