Andrew Luck missed T.Y. Hilton on one critical play Sunday. The Colts quarterback didn’t make the same mistake again.
On his second chance, Luck threw a perfect strike to Hilton with 1:17 to play, and the Pro Bowl receiver spun out of a tackle and zig-zagged 63 yards down the field to give Indianapolis a 26-22 victory over San Diego.
Just 35 seconds earlier, Luck tried the same play with Hilton on fourth-and-7 but an off-target throw forced Hilton to spin around for an 8-yard catch on fourth-and-7. The next time, Luck got it right.
“It was the same sort of play and I kind of missed him,” Luck said, referring to the fourth-down throw. “So I came back to him and this time I hit him in stride.”
Hilton took care of the rest.
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