Though Andrew Luck has shown flashes of brilliance in his first season, he knows he needs to be more consistent from week to week.
Brandon Weeden's rookie year has been marked by growing pains, but the fellow first-round pick helped his team to its first win with an impressive effort last weekend.
Luck looks to regroup from what may have been his worst game, while Weeden tries to take another step in the right direction as the Indianapolis Colts host the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.
After leading the Colts (2-3) to a thrilling 30-27 come-from-behind win over Green Bay in Week 5, Luck's lack of experience was on display last Sunday in a 35-9 loss to the New York Jets. He went 22 of 44 for 280 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions, also losing a fumble.
Indianapolis is 0-3 when Luck completes less than 52 percent of his passes.
"I think it's imperative to be critical of yourself to realize when the blame is on you and figure out why I made the mistake and how I can avoid ...