Indianapolis, IN (SportsNetwork.com) - The Indianapolis Colts captured their second straight AFC South crown with a 17-10 win over the Houston Texans. Indianapolis defense held the Texans to 289 total yards and forced a couple of turnovers, including an interception late that ended Houstons last chance to make a comeback. Andrew Luck was held under 200 yards passing for the second time this season for the Colts (10-4), who only had 278 yards of offense themselves. Luck did connect with Hakeem Nicks and Dwayne Allen on second-quarter touchdown passes, while finishing 18-of-34 for 187 yards and an interception. It wasnt pretty, but to be division champs is special, and were excited about that, said Luck. Dan Herron led the Colts with 60 yards on the ground. T.Y. Hilton added 50 receiving yards on four catches. Houston (7-7) lost starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick with a leg injury in the second quarter, forcing rookie Tom Savage into duty. Savage completed 10- of-19 passes for 127 yards and an interception in his NFL debut. Arian Foster ran for 99 yards on 26 carries for the Texans, while DeAndre Hopkins caught five passes for 77 yards. Fitzpatrick got hurt on a second-down run early in the second quarter with the game tied at 7-7. On Savages second play under center, a miscommunication with Foster led to a 5-yard loss, while a mishandled handoff to Foster on Houstons next possession was recovered by Indianapolis, which turned the ball over a play earlier when Reggie Wayne was stripped on a short catch. Indianapolis was able to take advantage of the miscue, as Lucks 3-yard touchdown pass to Allen capped a 37-yard drive that gave the Colts a 14-7 lead. Weve got to work on the ball handling at practice more, said Texans coach Bill OBrien. We work on it every day, but hell get better at that. A 35-yard connection between Savage and Hopkins late in the first half moved the chains before the drive stalled in Colts territory. The Texans took the field to punt from the Indianapolis 40, but instead snapped the ball to running back Alfred Blue. The Colts sniffed out the fake, however, and tackled Blue for a 2-yard loss. It appeared the Colts were able to take advantage of Houstons aggressiveness before the half came to an end, when Donte Moncrief caught a 48-yard pass in the end zone off a deflection. However, a holding penalty negated the score. J.J. Watt then sacked Luck for the second time in the half as time expired. Foster scored a 25-yard touchdown on fourth down early in the final quarter, but a holding penalty on the outside negated the score. Houston settled for the field goal, and Randy Bullock nailed a 53-yarder to cut the deficit to 14-10. Houston moved the ball back into Colts territory on its next drive, but its fourth-down woes continued. Savages pass to Hopkins fell incomplete, and the Texans gave the ball back to Indianapolis. Taking over with 7:14 remaining, the Colts embarked on a time-consuming drive that drained over five minutes off the clock. Adam Vinatieris 29-yard field goal capped the drive to extend the lead to 17-10. The last drive was huge, said Indianapolis coach Chuck Pagano. The three points was enough. Inside the two-minute warning, Houston was facing a 3rd-and-3 still in its own territory. Savage fired the ball to Hopkins down the left sideline, but after the receiver got his hands on the ball, it fell to the turf due to a big hit by Sergio Brown. On the following play, Savage was picked off by Vontae Davis to end the comeback bid. Luck threw behind Coby Fleener on the Colts third drive of the game, and Houstons Kendrick Lewis was in position to take advantage. He intercepted the pass and easily returned it for a 27-yard touchdown, making Luck miss a tackle along the way for Houstons only trip into the end zone. 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A native of Trencin, Slovakia, Gaborik has represented his country at the 2006 and 2010 Olympics but was unable to play in Sochi because of his injury.LONDON -- Tottenham has faced a barrage of criticism this week from FIFA, players unions and medical experts over the clubs handling of goalkeeper Hugo Lloris head injury during a Premier League match. On Wednesday, Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas hit back. In a passionate defence of himself and the London clubs medical staff, the Portuguese coach rebuked the "incompetent people" who have attacked Tottenham for allowing Lloris to continue playing after being briefly knocked unconscious against Everton on Sunday. Villas-Boas was particularly unhappy that club doctor Shabaaz Mughal and physio Geoff Scott have taken some stick. The pair played key roles in saving the life of Fabrice Muamba, who suffered an on-field cardiac arrest while playing for Bolton against Tottenham in an FA Cup match in 2012. "I find it extremely disappointing that two people -- a great doctor and a great physio, who saved the life of Muamba -- were heavily put into question by lots of incompetent people, with absolutely no experience on the pitch, no experience in the action, no experience in the moment," Villas-Boas said. "That is extremely serious and disappointing." Lloris was knocked out when his head smashed innto a knee of Romelu Lukaku as the Everton striker chased down the ball in the 78th minute at Goodison Park.dddddddddddd Lukaku didnt escape Villas-Boas wrath, either. "I find it remarkable as well that nobody has dedicated themselves to find out if the player could have avoided the keeper and Im disappointed that Lukaku hasnt contacted Hugo," Villas-Boas said. "I dont question Lukakus integrity or human side, I have maximum respect for him and I think he has for me, but from all this excitement from something that is so negative Im surprised no time was lost to study this. I dont want to question Lukaku, hes a young player, wonderfully gifted but I think he could have jumped over Lloris." FIFAs chief medical officer, professor Jiri Dvorak, said Lloris "should have been substituted" while the FIFPro players union said Villas-Boas and his staff had "failed to protect the goalkeeper." Brain injury charity Headway has also been critical. "My medical department has followed the Premier League guidelines for this type of situation," Villas-Boas said. Lloris is in contention to play for Tottenham in its Europa League match against Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday. ' ' '