INDIANAPOLIS - Andrew Luck sees a bright future for the Colts.
Two days after throwing four interceptions in a playoff loss at New England, the newly shaven Indianapolis quarterback told reporters it's "no fun" thinking about this season being over.
Indy (12-6) won its first division title of the post-Peyton Manning era and Luck became only the third Colts' quarterback to win a playoff game since John Unitas.
There's plenty of uncertainty heading into the offseason.
Seven starters from Saturday night's playoff game are free agents, though the team has enough salary cap room to re-sign most of them. And a handful of key players, including Dwayne Allen, Vick Ballard and Reggie Wayne are expected to be healthy next season.