Oct 6, 2013; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (12) drops back to pass during the first half against the Seattle Seahawks at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Unbeaten no more: Indianapolis takes down Seattle 34-28

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw for 210 yards on 15 of 31 passing with two touchdowns and an interception, and ran for another 102 yards on 13 carries, but it wasn’t enough as Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts prevailed late, 34-28.

The scoring got started with a Steven Hauschka field goal – he would have 4 in this game – followed by a Golden Tate 10-yard touchdown reception from Wilson.  A safety made it 12-0 and it looked like the Seahawks were going to roll.

Andrew Luck connected with T.Y. Hilton on a 73-yard pass with one minute left in the first quarter as the Colts got right back in it.  Delano Howell returned a blocked field goal attempt 61 yards for a TD and just like that the Colts took the lead to start the second.

Wilson connected with Jermaine Kearse on a 28-yard TD pass to put the Seahawks back on top, and a late Adam Vinatieri field goal put the score at 19-17 with Seattle leading at the half.

Three Hauschka third quarter field goals would be all the Seahawks could manage in the second half as Luck and the Colts went to work.

T.Y. Hilton hauled in a 29-yard pass from Luck, and Donald Brown scored on a 3-yard scamper to put the Colts ahead for good.

Andrew Luck finished the day with 229 yards through the air on 16-29 passing with a couple touchdowns.  Trent Richardson rushed 18 times for 56 yards and T.Y. Hilton caught 5 passes for 140 yards and 2 TDs.

Indianapolis (4-1) plays at San Diego next Monday night while Seattle (4-1) plays at home against Tennessee next Sunday.

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