Andrew Luck improved his record to 2-0 against Aaron Rodgers as the Colts held off a late comeback attempt by the Green Bay Packers. After building an 18 point lead, the Packers scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to cut the lead to five. However, the Packers defense failed to stop Luck and the Colts as they ran out the clock. The Colts jumped out to a fast start when Jordan Todman returned the opening kickoff 99 yards for a touchdown, and a 7-0 lead.
On the final drive, the Colts faced a crucial third down. Dom Capers called a safety blitz, and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix streaked into the backfield but Luck avoided the sack and converted the thrid down attempt. The Packers defense had problems getting off the field, allowing the Colts to convert 50% on third down. They also allowed a 15 play 96 yard touchdown drive at the end of the first half. That touchdown gave the Colts a 24-10 halftime lead.
The Packers forced Luck into two early interceptions, but missed out on a golden opport