Indianapolis -- After a debut lasting four possessions that produced three touchdowns -- including a 63-yarder on his first NFL pass -- Andrew Luck left the distinct impression he was more upset about his lone mistake than pleased by everything else.
After Luck connected with Quan Cosby on a 32-yard bomb to the Rams' 1-yard line, the Colts tried some trickery. Offensive lineman Joe Reitz reported as an eligible receiver, something the Rams apparently missed as he rambled uncovered into the end zone. But Luck's pass sailed high, out of the reach of the 6-7 former college basketball center.
"I feel terrible about that one to Joe," Luck said. "I told him I owe him about 20 steak dinners. Any time a lineman gets a chance to catch a touchdown, he deserves it and I didn't hold up my end of the bargain. I apologized to him."
No apologies necessary.
Luck's debut, though unofficial, was nearly perfect. He completed 10 of 16 for 188 yards and two touchd...