MNF Highlights: Colts 40 – Giants 24

11/04/2014

Reggie WayneEAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – Andrew Luck had another big game, throwing for 300 or more yards for the seventh straight time and completing four touchdown passes as the Indianapolis Colts rolled to a 40-24 victory over the New York Giants on Monday Night Football.

Luck was 25 of 46 for 354 yards on the night and finished with a quarterback rating of 108.4. He also spread the ball around, with his four touchdowns going to four different receivers.

Eli Manning was 27 of 52 for 359 yards and two touchdowns in the game, but lost a key fumble midway through the third quarter which led to the Colts widening their lead and more or less putting the game away.

Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason called the action on Westwood One.

(Andrew Luck hits Coby Fleener and it’s 10-0 Colts)

(Luck makes it 23-3 on a TD pass to T.Y. Hilton)

(An Andre Williams TD run cuts it to 23-10)

(It’s 30-10 after Reggie Wayne’s catch-and-run TD)

(Andrew Luck’s fourth TD pass goes to Dwayne Allen)

(Eli Manning hits Larry Donnell to cut the deficit slightly)

(It’s cut to 40-24 as Corey Washington hauls in his first career TD reception)

(Reggie Wayne’s postgame interview with Westwood One sideline reporter Mark Malone)

(Postgame recap from Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason)

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