DETROIT -- It was the type of finish that can make a player, and break a team.
Rookie Andrew Luck continued to spread his magic Sunday, rallying the surprising Indianapolis Colts to an improbable 35-33 victory over the snake-bitten Detroit Lions.
Luck threw two touchdown passes in the final 2:39, including a 14-yarder to receiver Donnie Avery on the final play.
Some teams find ways to win, others dont, Colts interim coach Bruce Arians said. Ours do.
And the Lions dont.
It was the fourth straight loss for Detroit, the last three at home by a combined total of nine points.
After winning close games to make the playoffs a year ago, the Lions (4-8) keep finding ways to lose this season. They are the only team in at least 30 years to drop three straight at home after leading each time with two minutes remaining in regulation, according to STATS LLC.
This latest one could have demoralizing effects, especially coming off a four-point loss to Green Bay and a three-point defeat in ove...