Indianapolis, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - Andrew Luck led the Indianapolis Colts
to another fourth-quarter comeback and helped hand the Seattle Seahawks their
first loss, 34-28, in a back-and-forth tussle at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Luck threw for 229 yards with two touchdown passes and guided a 14-play, 86-
yard drive in the fourth quarter that ended with Donald Brown barreling in
for a go-ahead score.
Russell Wilson, taken 74 picks after Luck was selected first overall in the
2012 draft, had a chance to keep the Seahawks from falling into the loss
column but was picked off by Darius Butler as time was winding down to seal
Indianapolis' (4-1) third straight win.
Luck's favorite target was T.Y. Hilton, who hauled in five passes for 140
yards and two touchdowns despite being covered by All-Pro cornerback Richard
Sherman for a good portion of the Week 5 showdown.
Wilson threw for 210 yards and two scores and added 102 yards on the ground to
match Marshawn Lynch's rushing total.
Seattle (4-1) had a nine-game regular game winning streak dating to last year
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