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Colts' Andrew Luck: I’m disappointed in myself for the interceptions

The Indianapolis Colts couldn’t muster up any comeback magic in the Divisional Round of the AFC Playoffs. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who had a gutsy performance in their come-from-behind win over the Kansas City Chiefs, threw three interceptions to the New England Patriots.

After the game, Luck said he was disappointed in himself.

“Obviously, they beat us fair and square and we didn’t deserve it,” Luck said, via Pro Football Talk. “I’m disappointed in myself – I can’t commit that many turnovers and have a chance to win against a good team like this. I’m proud to be a part of this team – guys never quit, guys never stop fighting. We had our chances and we just couldn’t get over that hump. The Patriots deserved to win.”

Luck also completed less than 50 percent of his passes for 331 yards. His quarterback rating was a below average 25, while his passer rating was 53. For the 2013 postseason, that means he has throw seven interceptions in two games after throwing just nine in the 16 game season.

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