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Luck tries to make amends for 'stupid' decision

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -

Andrew Luck keeps learning on the job.

When the Colts' third-year quarterback sees good things on tape, he digs a little deeper to figure out why it worked. And when he sees a mistake, he's always looking for a fix.

So when he ran a quick quarterback sneak on fourth-and-goal from the Denver 1-yard line last weekend, Luck didn't mince words. He called it a "stupid decision."

By Thursday, Luck's opinion hadn't changed. But his focus had.

Luck will try to make amends Monday night when the Colts (0-1) host Philadelphia (1-0) in a battle between two of last season's division winners. The goal this week is simple: Move on and avoid making another bad call.

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