There's plenty wrong with the Colts given their crushing loss to Dallas on Sunday, but one thing the team has right is its annual caroling tradition at the local children's hospital. On Monday, Andrew Luck led a group of teammates and several team cheerleaders to IU Health's Riley Hospital for Children to sing for patients.

Luck has been participating in the caroling event all three years he has been with the Indy franchise. In addition to going around and singing songs in patient rooms, the Colts also took time to shake hands, give autographs and brighten up the days of children suffering from cancer and other tough illnesses.

"It's great to bring a little holiday cheer to people who aren't going to be able to be home, and aren't going to have a normal Christmas," said Colts offensive tackle Anthony Canzano in a video on the team website. "So we kind of bring the cheer to them.

Here's a taste of the Colts and their caroling chops:

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