Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck wasn't exactly pleased with his performance in the team's 6-0 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Luck suffered the first shutout of his NFL and college careers, as he had 248 yards and one interception in the game.

Instead of putting the blame elsewhere, Luck criticized his play in what was a forgettable day for the Colts' offense, via Kevin Bowen of 1070 The Fan in Indianapolis.

“I know I feel like I didn’t hold up my end of the bargain as the orchestrator of this offense in getting the ball to the open guy enough, didn’t do the simple things enough,” Luck said after Sunday’s loss, as his streak of 34 straight games with a touchdown pass ended.

“I’m disappointed in myself. I didn’t feel very sharp. I didn’t feel I was putting the ball in the places to really give guys a chance to catch them.”

With both the touchdown and shutout streak officially over, Luck will now turn his attention to keeping the Colts in the playoff race. There's no doubt that the team's playoff chances took a big hit in the loss in Jacksonville, as according to Pro Football Focus, Indianapolis went from 41 percent to 16 percent when it comes to the possibility of making the postseason.

Luck and company will try to get back on track on Sunday when they head on the road for a huge divisional showdown against the Houston Texans who have won nine straight games ahead of this matchup.