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Andrew Luck: Terrible job by Indianapolis Colts offense

Andrew Luck isn't going to give back Sunday's 22-14 win over the Tennessee Titans, but the quarterback also isn't pleased with how the Indianapolis Colts' offense played.

"Terrible job offensively by us, by me, of converting off those interceptions and those big turnovers (by the defense)," Luck said, per the Tribune-Star.

The second-year pro was sacked five times Sunday and the Colts couldn't pull away from the Titans, despite the defense forcing four turnovers.

"We know, and I know, I've got to do a better job of taking a quick throw and not taking a sack in some of those situations," Luck said.

The offensive line has struggled immensely all season, and Sunday's lineup changes didn't help.

The loss of Reggie Wayne for the season, as predicted, has left Luck hanging onto the ball too long as his young receiving corps fails to get open.

The Colts all but wrapped up the weak AFC South on Sunday. But Luck knows that, come playoff time, his offense will have to be more consistent to defeat well-rounded postseason teams.

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