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More Late Dramatics From Luck, Colts

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Engineering the hurry-up offense to perfection, Andrew Luck guided the Colts to a pair of fourth-quarter touchdowns that helped Indianapolis rally to a stunning 35-33 victory over the Detroit Lions Sunday afternoon at Ford Field.

Donnie Avery’s 14-yard catch-and-run served as the game-winner as time expired. It was just the latest captivating victory for a Colts team that is now 7-1 in one-score games this season.

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