Over at Bleacher Report, our own Kyle Rodriguez has the Colts' final player grades from the Browns game. In spite of a rough second half, Kyle saw a pretty decent performance from Andrew Luck:
He seemed to struggle to get into a rhythm in the second half, and took three
sacks, including one that led to a lost fumble. Luck threw 11 passes in the
second half, completing six. Only one of those completions was more than 10
yards, a 13-yard strike to Donnie Avery on 3rd-and-20. But, in this game, with
the lead against an inferior Browns' team, it was better for him to take the
short throws and not force anything downfield, lest he turn the ball over as he
did last week.
This is an in-depth player grading article. Kyle even grades all five offensive linemen individually. Rodriguez is on it as usual. Read his article, and check back this week for more from him on Colts Authority.