INDIANAPOLIS — “Absolutely, I think on both sides of the ball and on special teams. My doc said, ‘be prudent’[in working] if you remember. But I may not be prudent this week in spending a lot of time in a lot of different areas in trying to get as much information out as I possibly can and help where I can," he said.
"Again, these guys [the Colts defensive coaches], they’ve got the tape and they will be able to study it from a scheme standpoint what we need to do to go win a football game.”
Texans game recap -- Here some post-game notes from the Colts' win over Houston:
*QB Andrew Luck completed 14-of-28 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns in the team’s victory over the Texans. With his first two completions in the first quarter, Luck set a new franchise record for completions by a rookie quarterback (327), topping Peyton Manning’s old mark of 326 in 1998. With 14 completions today, he finished the regular season with 339.
*Luck finished the regular season with 23 touchdown passes and surpassed Charlie Conerly (22) for the third-most touchdown passes by a rookie quarterback in NFL history.
*Luck’s 11 victories give him the most by a quarterback drafted No. 1 overall in his rookie season in NFL history. Sam Bradford held the previous record of seven wins in his rookie season with the St. Louis Rams in 2010.
*Luck’s 70-yard touchdown pass to WR T.Y. Hilton was a career-long. It was also Hilton’s longest career reception.
*Hilton finished the game with four catches for 111 yards and one touchdown. He topped the 100-yard receiving plateau for the fifth time this season, improving his current franchise rookie record for the most 100-yard games in a rookie season. With the touchdown, Hilton tied John Mackey and Austin Collie (seven) for the third-most by a rookie in Colts history. Bill Brooks and Marvin Harrison are tied for the team record with eight.