Colts quarterback Andrew Luck threw 23 touchdown passes in each of his first two seasons. After tossing four more Monday night against the Giants, Luck has 26 touchdown throws with seven games remaining.
Luck went over 300 yards for the seventh straight game, completing 25 of 46 throws for 354 yards. He's the first player in NFL history to throw for 350-plus yards in five straight road games. He did not commit a turnover for the second time this season.
This was Luck's fifth career game with four touchdown passes.
Luck caught the Giants napping on his first score. Rushing to the line to avoid a replay challenge on tight end Coby Fleener's bobbling 21-yard catch, Luck found Fleener open for a 32-yard touchdown. Luck threw for three more scores in the third quarter.
Wideout T.Y. Hilton wrestled away a 31-yard touchdown from Giants corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Then Luck connected with wideout Reggie Wayne for a 40-yard score and tight end Dwayne Allen on a 2-yarder.
Luck, who rushed twice for 5 yards, is on a bye Week 10.