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I really don't know what to make of Luck in this game.  

Overall he was not good.   He did have a good 4th quarter.

He seems to be morphing more and more into Brett Farve in his "always go for it" throws.   The problem is that the Colts do not have the WR's to play that style.   He can't just fling all these balls an expect the WR's to fight the DB's for it. 

I was impressed with the defense.   They played as well as I think they are capable of playing.  

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