(NEW YORK) — Andrew Luck is preparing for the Kansas City Chiefs and isn’t concerned about a first-round bye that is at stake.
“We’re aware of it,” Luck said. “That takes a backseat to the game this week.”
The Colts have already clinched the AFC South and will look to lock up a first-round bye if they able to win out and the Ravens run the table in their final two games against the Patriots and Bengals.
The Chiefs defense is allowing just 18.2 points a game this season and Luck knows that nothing will come easy on Sunday.
“It’s a phenomenal team,” Luck said on Wednesday. “They do a great job of creating tough plays for offenses; it’ll be a great challenge.”
The Colts are 4-3 on the road and Kansas City is 5-2 at Arrowhead Stadium this season.
“One game at a time, stick to the process,” Colts head coach Chuck Pagano said when asked about the current playoff position his team sits in. “We’ll never look past anybody. If we take care of business, we don’t have to stay at No. 4.”
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Eliott C. McLaughlin, CNN Newswire
Jill Martin, CNN