For large stretches of the day, the passer you expected to be mobile was.
But at the end, it was Colts quarterback Andrew Luck whose wheels led his team to a 21-17 win over the Raiders.
Luck’s 19-yard scramble for a touchdown capped an unlikely comeback for the Colts, unlikely because the Raiders were tougher than anticipated.
Terrelle Pryor ran for 112 yards, but his two picks unraveled that good work, allowing Luck to lead a comeback as he did so many times as a rookie. Luck had seven game-winning drives last year to lead the Colts to an 11-5 mark.
Luck was 18-of-23 passing for 178 yards, with two touchdowns. But his ability to split the middle of the Raiders defense allowed his side to avoid the upset.