In the first half, the Colts secondary couldn't stop Andre Johnson, allowing him to catch 7 passes for 190 yards and 3 scores.
In the second half, they held Johnson to just 39 yards on 2 catches.
In the first half, Pep Hamilton seemed determined to impose his will on the Texans, running out the vaunted 1-WR formation multiple times.
In the second half, Hamilton would call one running play before the final clock-killing drive.
In the first half, the officials missed a "hitting a defenseless receiver" penalty that would have put the Colts inside the 15-yard line on their first drive, they missed a roughing the punter call that would have given them a fresh set of downs, and we're not exactly sure what they were doing on the LaVon Brazill forced fumble overturn.
In the second half, they realized millions of people were watching.
In the first half, Griff Whalen had 3 or 4... dozen... drops.
In the second half, he caught a 17-yard pass that converted a huge 3rd-down on the game-winning-drive in the 4th quarter.
In the first half, the Colts offensive line surrendered 3 sacks and countless pressures.
In the second half, they turned it around, yielding only one sack and providing Luck with enough time to find TY Hilton down field.
In the first half, Luck was 3 of 12 for 56 yards.
In the second half, he was 15 of 28 for 215 and 3 TDs.
Just when you're ready to count them out, the Colts perform their best.