|Week 17 (JAC) - Average||23.0-34.3||258.3||1.7||1.0||16.7||0.3||21|
|Week 17 (JAC) - Dave Richard||21-29||267||1||1||11||1||21|
|Week 17 (JAC) - Jamey Eisenberg||25-38||249||2||1||22||0||21|
|Week 17 (JAC) - Nathan Zegura||23-36||259||2||1||17||0||21|
|2013 Season - Average||368.7-578.0||4473.7||28.7||15.3||266.7||3.0||343|
|2013 Season - Dave Richard||382-612||4654||28||16||245||3||344|
|2013 Season - Jamey Eisenberg||392-587||4445||29||17||255||3||334|
|2013 Season - Nathan Zegura||332-535||4322||29||13||300||3||349|
|Current Player Ranking: 8|
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|Andrew Luck set to start in Pro Bowl |
|by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com|
(1/25/14) Chuck Pagano will start his Colts quarterback, Andrew Luck, in the Pro Bowl on Sunday, the Charlotte Observer has reported. Pagano added, however, that Panthers quarterback Cam Newton and Eagles counterpart Nick Foles will see plenty of action.
|Andrew Luck taking playoff loss hard |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(1/14/14) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is taking the team's playoff loss hard, according to NFL.com.
Luck said he feels like "a lost puppy" now that the season has ended. He added that he's looking forward to having a strong offseason, and that he hopes to get over the hump next season. Luck should have Reggie Wayne back from a torn ACL next season. The 35-year-old receiver recently said he plans to come back "better than before."
|Andrew Luck throws career-worst four INTs in playoff loss |
|by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com|
(1/11/14) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck endured an up-and-down performance during Saturday's AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Patriots.
With his back against the wall, Luck had to throw his way out of it, and as a result, threw a career-worst four interceptions. Luck was picked off by Alfonzo Dennard on the opening drive of the game but bounced back with a 38-yard touchdown pass to LaVon Brazill in the first quarter.
Luck found Brazill again for a 35-yard strike in the third quarter but was picked off by Dont'a Hightower, Jamie Collins and Dennard once more. He completed 20 of 41 passes for 331 yards with two touchdowns in a 43-22 defeat.
Luck averaged 387.0 passing yards, with six touchdowns and seven interceptions through two postseason games. He finished the regular season with 3,822 yards passing , 23 touchdowns, nine interceptions and an 87.0 quarterback rating while completing 60.2 percent of his passes and also scoring four touchdowns on the ground.
|Andrew Luck says Colts won't be impacted by weather |
|by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com|
(1/7/14) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck said the team won't be impacted by weather.
The team has had to practice indoors due to extremely cold temperatures in the midwest, but Luck downplayed those issues. He added that the team has played in cold temperatures before, and that they "won't lose sleep over it."
|Andrew Luck comes up big late in comeback |
|by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com|
(1/4/14) In his first playoff game a year ago, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck struggled mightily as the Ravens ran through the Colts in the Wild Card round. Early on Saturday against the Chiefs, it looked like more of the same, before Luck flipped the script to lead the way in an improbable 45-44 win.
Luck and the Colts fell behind big early in the game, entering the second half down 31-10 with Luck struggling. He opened the second half with an interception, one of three on the day, but did just about everything else he needed to to get the win from that point on.
Luck ultimately finished the game with 443 yards through the air while completing 29 of 45 passes, and he added four touchdowns to make up for his three interceptions. He also scored on a fumble return on the goal line, while adding 45 yards on seven carries.
Luck put it all on the table, good and bad, Saturday, and has earned the right to move on to the second round of the playoffs in his second season. His prize is the right to take on either the Broncos or Patriots on the road, depending on the outcome of Sunday's other Wild Card game.
|Andrew Luck began paying dividends right away for the Colts, though his Fantasy totals werenít quite as impressive. Luck finished as a Top-12 Fantasy quarterback, but had just six games with 20-plus Fantasy points (standard-scoring leagues). That's half as many as Tom Brady and Peyton Manning. Luck's year really wasn't all that great. He threw for 4,374 yards and 23 touchdowns, running for another five touchdowns and 255 yards. That seems fine for a typical rookie but not for someone who had as much clout as Luck. Now consider that he completed just 54.1 percent of his passes and turned the ball over 23 times (18 interceptions, five fumbles) and itís clear he wasn't the perfect quarterback you might have thought. But that was then and this is now Ė the Colts have beefed up their offensive line and expect Luck to have more time to throw. His coaches expect the game to slow down for him in his second season, plus a change in coordinators brings the scheme he used in college into the pros. Finally, he's got a heck of an arm. Luck still strikes us as a Top-12 quarterback and one that brings some decent value with a sixth-round pick. (Updated 4/26/13) |