Andrew Luck’s NFL career is only four games old. Yet already he’s had a prominent role in one of the most historic wins in Indianapolis Colts’ history.
Now, he’s trying to forget about it.
“It’s on to New York. After watching the film, push it out, push it from your mind,” Luck said of the Colts’ collective desire to move on from Sunday’s emotional 30-27 home win against the Green Bay Packers. Up next is a road game against New York Jets (2-2).
Getting the next win, and not basking in the most recent one, is Luck’s focus.
“You can’t look in the rearview mirror,” the rookie quarterback said. “I think the great thing about football is no one cares what you did the week before. It’s all about the next game.
“I think we’ll take that attitude and hopefully continue to get better and realize it’s going to be tough sledding in New York.”
Veteran safety Antoine Bethea insists the Colts (2-2) can approach it no other away.
“We have to. We no choice,” he said. “It was a good, emotional win to be able to finish the first quarter (of the season) off at .500. We have to go to New York in a hostile environment and try to get this winning streak going.”