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And on Luck...this is awesomePractice hasn't made the Luck-led offense perfect, but the daily emphasis has achieved the desired results. Heading into Sunday's regular-season finale against Jacksonville at Lucas Oil Stadium, the Colts have 14 turnovers after enduring 27 last season. For perspective, consider:
>> The franchise record of 17 was set in 2004 and matched in '08.
>> Only five teams in NFL history have gone through a season with fewer, led by the 2010 New England Patriots (10) and 2011 San Francisco 49ers (10).
>> The turnovers include four lost fumbles. The club record is five, last achieved in '09. Only four NFL teams have finished with fewer than four.
Bravo Pagano, Hamilton, and co.With ball security, it starts with Luck. He set a passel of rookie passing records in 2012 but was responsible for 23 of the Colts' 27 turnovers with 18 interceptions and five lost fumbles.
"I knew I needed to improve in that facet," Luck said. "It's hard to compare year-to-year, (but) I knew if we as a team want to have a chance to win, offensively we have to take care of the ball.
"By the position, the ball's in the quarterback's hands every snap, so I knew I needed to do a better job."
It wasn't a wasted offseason. Luck has turned the ball over 11 times, and his nine interceptions match Peyton Manning's career low in Indy — in '06 when the Colts won Super Bowl XLI.