Amazing!  QB Andrew Luck led the Indianapolis Colts back from a 28-point second-half deficit to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs, 45-44. It was as thrilling as it gets.

 

Luck threw for 443 yards and four TDs, two of them to WR TY Hilton.  A wicked 64-yard TD bomb from Luck to Hilton late in the 4th quarter was the game winner.

 

The Chiefs took a 38-10 lead early in the third quarter thanks to QB Alex Smith’s fourth TD pass of the game. After that, however, all they could muster was two field goals as they watched the Colts storm back. 

 

The Colts 28-point comeback was the second largest playoff comeback in NFL history!

 

 

Did you think the Colts could come back when they were down 38-10?