The Seahawks and Colts took turns taking shots at each other.
But if you’re going to have one shot to win the game late, it appears Andrew Luck is the guy you want.
Luck out-dueled second-year classmate Russell Wilson for a 34-28 comeback win, knocking the Seahawks from the ranks of the unbeatens.
Luck finished the game 16-of-29 for 229 yards and two touchdowns, but the Colts made timely plays on defense and special teams throughout a wild game. From a field goal blocked for a touchdown early, to Darius Butler’s interception late, the Colts were good at the right times.
Luck found T.Y. Hilton five times for 140 yards, as Hilton time and again got behind the Seahawks secondary for big plays.