Andrew Luck has mastered the art of the comeback.
He'd like to start making things easier on himself and the rest of the Indianapolis Colts.
Luck threw for two scores Sunday and scrambled 19 yards for the go-ahead touchdown with 5:20 left, giving the Colts a 21-17 victory over Oakland in the season opener.
Yes, Indy has seen this act before. A year ago, Luck set an NFL rookie record and tied the league's overall mark by leading the Colts to seven fourth-quarter comebacks. Sunday's victory gives Luck eight comeback wins in 12 career victories, a dangerous tack he would like to change.
''I guess the fans shouldn't leave early,'' he joked. ''I don't think any Colts fans ever do, which is one of the great things about playing here. We know it's tough to get wins in the National Football League. Obviously, you don't want it, you don't want to have to go down to the wire every game.''
He hopes things will be different next week against Miami.
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