For once Andrew Luck cannot blame himself following a Colts loss, the man that usually blames himself for all the team's problems didn't suit up last night for the game. Colts lost 28-7 at home and they realized just how much Andrew Luck does for this team. Scott Tolzien actually did a much better job than I originally anticipated, he threw a touchdown, and almost led two more touchdown drives that fell just short. The key phrase in the last sentence was "almost led", but he didn't, and the Colts got blown out by 21 because of it. Tolzien also threw two interceptions on the last two drives of the game, at that point he was just forcing it, trying to move the ball down the field to try to catch up in as little time as possible, but he just lacks the actual talent to do that, so he throws interceptions that ultimately ended the game. The Steelers got the job done, LeVeon continues to prove the more he touches the ball the better the offense functions, and Antonio Brown is giving every opponent nightmares, but the Pittsburgh defense is still a giant question mark. They only allowed 7 points, thanks to the Colts inefficiency in the redzone, but they allowed over 300 yards of offense to a team missing their star quarterback. The Colts without Andrew Luck is like the Cavaliers without Lebron in his pre-Miami days, he's basically the entire team. I think most people were in Turkey/Beer induced comas by halftime of this game, if not the second half most definitely put you to sleep. Steelers-Colts kinda lost its lust when it was announced Luck would miss the game, so I don't think anyone really expected this game to be competitive. All in all Thanksgiving football was a success, got to see a lot of star players put in work, and we got some late game dramatics in the two earlier games. Some of the dramatics on the field, some off, either way great entertainment to watch while celebrating arguably the best holiday of the year.