Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck was asked what he had to say to his former team, the Detroit Lions.

Luck said, “I’m proud of them.

It was a really good football team that we played in.

We were in a good spot.

We played well in the second half and we were up 21-0, we were playing good football and we came out and won the game.”

Luck was also asked about the team’s reaction to the team getting rid of Reggie Bush, who had a concussion last week.

Luck did not address Bush, but did say the team is working to help the veteran quarterback return.

“I think he’s going to be a better player than he was last week, but we’ll see what happens with him,” Luck said.

“Hopefully we’ll get him back in there.

Hopefully, he’s a better football player.

He’s been playing well in camp.

It’s not a bad situation for him to be out there.”

Luck has been the Colts’ most consistent quarterback throughout the season, completing 73 percent of his passes and throwing for over 3,000 yards.

The Colts are 3-2 heading into Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.