Andrew Luck goes 'Inside the Huddle' after the Colts season ends in KC

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KANSAS CITY (WTHR) — The Colts season came to an end in Kansas City after the team somehow found a way to make the playoffs after starting the season 1 and 5.

Patrick Mahomes picked apart the Colts in his postseason debut, the Chiefs defense answered their chorus of critics with a stout performance, and Kansas City rolled to a 31-13 victory over Indianapolis in the divisional round Saturday.

"We didn't play well enough. It's pretty simple. We were a little undisciplined and you can't do that on the road against a good team," Luck said. "A little too little too late. Once we got a rhythm going, which we really, really struggled, it wasn't enough."

Andrew Luck was held to 203 yards passing for the Colts, while Marlon Mack was a non-factor on the ground. He had 46 yards rushing before leaving late in the fourth quarter with a hip injury.

"We have our work to do, we have our work cutout for us. We want to host playoff games with this atmosphere and we want to move on to the next round," said Luck.

“Riley Kid of the Week” Micah Bieda from Westfield.

Andrew Luck serves as Riley Giving Ambassador for Riley Children's Foundation and will be partnering with them all season to help raise funds for Riley Hospital for Children.

This week's “Riley Kid of the Week” is Micah Bieda from Westfield.

If you want to help kids like Micah, donate at RileyKids.org/Donate.

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