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INDIANAPOLIS – Don’t make this about Andrew Luck’s concussion. And don’t make this about the play of the backup quarterback.

In the end, Scott Tolzien did his part.

Was every play perfect? No.

Was every pass precise? Hardly.

Was every decision the right one? Not really.

But if we’re grading by the relaxed standards by which we judge backup quarterbacks, Tolzien more than passed this test.

After the Indianapolis Colts’ 28-7 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, we…