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Andrew Luck Comments on Sacks, Colts' Offensive Line Play

The Indianapolis Colts have allowed a league-high 20 sacks this year, but quarterback Andrew Luck isn't placing all of the blame for the team's porous pass protection on the offensive line. "I don’t think the sacks are necessarily indicative of how well our offensive line is playing," he said Wednesday, according to Pro Football Talk's Michael David Smith. "You can probably blame me for holding the ball too long.
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