Andrew Luck is about as good as they come. The Denver defense is better.

A week after completing 66 percent of his passes for 385 yards, four touchdowns and zero interceptions, Luck was held to just 198 yards and a touchdown on 53 percent completion. Oh, and he tossed a pick-six to Aqib Talib and gave up a sack-fumble that turned into six more points for the Denver defense.

It was a dominating performance form the Broncos defense, and honestly, those numbers don’t tell the whole story. Until a few garbage-time drives to close out the fourth quarter, Luck’s stat line looked an awful lot like our good friend Tim Tebow‘s.

While Von Miller and the Broncos’ pass rush did their part (five sacks and 11 quarterback hits), the No Fly Zone stifled any and all passing lanes. And when Luck did connect with his receivers, they didn’t get very far.

Tasked with covering T.Y. Hilton for most of the afternoon, Harris held the Colts’ No. 1 receiver to just 41 yards on four receptions despite receiving 11 targets from Andrew Luck.

Across the field from him, Aqib Talib was even more impactful, jumping a Luck pass and taking it back 46 yards for six to put the Broncos up 10 in the fourth.

And with that touchdown, his fifth pick-six in Denver, Talib made some history.

But that was the only good news for Talib on the day. Reports earlier this morning stated that Talib is not expected to face discipline for the gun incident he was involved with earlier in the offseason. While Talib has been known to frustrate fans in the past, it was all smiles on Sunday.

But what else should Broncos fans expect? In their last five games, the Broncos defense has taken down Andrew Luck, Cam Newton (twice), Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisbeger. For anyone else, that’s a death sentence. For the Broncos defense and the “No Fly Zone,” it’s breakfast.

Next on the menu: Andy Dalton, Jameis Winston, Matt Ryan and Phillip Rivers.

Time to feast!