In the regular season, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck threw nine interceptions in 16 games. In the postseason, Luck threw seven interceptions in two games. After his four-interception game on Saturday night in New England, Luck put the loss on himself.
“Obviously, they beat us fair and square and we didn’t deserve it,” Luck said. “I’m disappointed in myself – I can’t commit that many turnovers and have a chance to win against a good team like this. I’m proud to be a part of this team – guys never quit, guys never stop fighting. We had our chances and we just couldn’t get over that hump. The Patriots deserved to win.”
Luck credited the Patriots’ defense for stopping what the Colts’ offense was trying to do.
“They do a good job of disrupting your timing and rhythm and getting hands on guys,” Luck said.
Luck, who threw for 331 yards and two touchdowns, also made some great throws. But seven interceptions in two playoff games is way, way too much. For the Colts to become the type of team they want to be, they need Luck to play better than he did in these playoffs.