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INDIANAPOLIS – The Colts’ best players on each side of the ball are bringing some hardware back to the city of Indianapolis.

On Saturday night in Atlanta, the NFL partnered with the Associated Press to announce end of the season awards at the NFL Honors Show.

And the Colts took home two major awards.

Here’s a rundown of the awards that the Colts won:

Andrew Luck: Comeback Player of the Year

Luck beat out Houston’s J.J. Watt for this honor.

Given the body part that Luck hurt, how long he was away from football and the type of 2018 season that No. 12 produced, you had an extremely deserving candidate.

After nearly 20 months away from participating fully in an NFL practice, Luck returned at the start of Training Camp in 2018.

Luck took occasional rest days during August, but that ended once the regular season arrived.

The quarterback didn’t miss one practice or any games in 2018, as the Colts improved by 6 wins in having Luck back under center.

In 2018, Luck threw for a career-high in completion percentage and passer rating.

Luck’s 2018 Stats (yearly ranks for his career)

-430 completions (career-high)

-639 attempts (career-high)

-67.3 completion percentage (career-high)

-98.7 quarterback rating (career-high

-4,593 passing yards (2nd)

-39 touchdowns (2nd)

-2.3 INT percentage (2nd)

-7.2 yards per attempt (3rd)

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