The Indianapolis Colts outscored the Kansas City Chiefs 35-13 in the second half of a wild NFL wild-card playoff game, capping one of the greatest comebacks in postseason history.
But the play that helped turn the tide in the Colts’ 45-44 victory in Indianapolis was an Andrew Luck touchdown with less than 11 minutes left in the game. It was improbable, it was ridiculous, it was preposterous, it was … well, just watch as Luck scoops up Donald Brown’s fumble at the five and takes it into the endzone, cutting the Chiefs’ lead to 41-38.
More surprising may have been Luck’s final line: 443 yards passing on 29-of-45 completions for four touchdowns, with three interceptions. He carried the ball seven times for 45 yards and had that touchdown, the one everybody is talking about.
Fumble… Touchdown! What in the Andrew Luck just happened? WATCH: http://t.co/vvBeHJdLsI
— NFL (@nfl) January 5, 2014
H/T SB Nation