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Colts QB Andrew Luck explodes late in comeback win

by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/7/14) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck overcame interceptions, a furious pass rush and three drops from veteran wideout Reggie Wayne to lead his team to a harrowing win in Cleveland on Sunday.

Luck threw for 208 yards and two touchdowns in the second half to finish 24 of 53 for 294 yards, two scores and two picks. He engineered a 90-yard drive down the stretch to turn defeat into victory. His 1-yard toss to T.Y. Hilton with 32 seconds remaining proved to be the game-winner.

The afternoon began terribly for Luck, whose 15 yards passing in the first quarter tied a career low. He did score the first touchdown for Indianapolis on a sweet 11-yard scramble in which he made a sharp cut left to elude two Browns and fall into the end zone. But he also took a hit and fumbled near the goal line, resulting in a Cleveland touchdown and tossed a pick-six on his second pass of the third quarter.

Luck will seek greater consistency against visiting Houston in Week 15.

Nothing lucky about Andrew Luck

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/30/14) It happened in Week 12. Colts quarterback Andrew Luck finally had a game in which he didn't contribute multiple touchdowns -- and against the Jaguars, of all teams. So he made up for it with a season-high five Week 13 against Washington.

What's amazing is he did it on a season-low 27 pass attempts. He just kept turning in big plays, hooking up with tight end Coby Fleener on touchdown passes of 30 and 73 yards and with wide receiver Donte Moncrief on touchdown passes of 48 and 79 yards. His fifth was a 3-yarder to T.Y. Hilton, for what it's worth.

In other words ... same old, same old. If you let any doubt creep into your mind about Luck after his performance last week, hopefully this performance chased it away.

Luck establishing a new baseline

by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/4/14) The general rule for whether or not a player has analysis written about him (as opposed to just a typical performance update) the day or day after he plays is if he departs from his baseline, his expected level of production, in a positive or negative way.

The crazy thing about Andrew Luck this year is that 354 yards and four touchdowns, as he had Week 9 at the Giants, isn't much of a departure.

Yet here I am analyzing him for maybe the last time until his next bad game, assuming he ever has one. He hasn't really this season. He's thrown for at least 300 yards in every game but one, when he had only 172, but even then, he threw for three touchdowns. He's thrown for multiple touchdowns in every game but one, when he had only one, but even then, he ran for a score.

And obviously, three or four scores has been more typical for him than just two. Not even Drew Brees can say that anymore.

Luck has become as good as it gets in Fantasy, as elite as his Colts predecessor, Peyton Manning, and as valuable as a true first-round running back. If you're winning in your league, he's probably the reason why, and I wouldn't expect that to change in the weeks ahead.

Andrew Luck sets career high in TD passes with seven games left

by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/3/14) Colts quarterback Andrew Luck threw 23 touchdown passes in each of his first two seasons. After tossing four more Monday night against the Giants, Luck has 26 touchdown throws with seven games remaining.

Luck went over 300 yards for the seventh straight game, completing 25 of 46 throws for 354 yards. He's the first player in NFL history to throw for 350-plus yards in five straight road games. He did not commit a turnover for the second time this season.

This was Luck's fifth career game with four touchdown passes.

Luck caught the Giants napping on his first score. Rushing to the line to avoid a replay challenge on tight end Coby Fleener's bobbling 21-yard catch, Luck found Fleener open for a 32-yard touchdown. Luck threw for three more scores in the third quarter.

Wideout T.Y. Hilton wrestled away a 31-yard touchdown from Giants corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Then Luck connected with wideout Reggie Wayne for a 40-yard score and tight end Dwayne Allen on a 2-yarder.

Luck, who rushed twice for 5 yards, is on a bye Week 10.

Colts QB Andrew Luck has little luck in loss to Steelers

by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/26/14) It's not often a quarterback throws for 400 yards and two touchdowns and is thoroughly outplayed. But such was the fate of Colts gunslinger Andrew Luck in Pittsburgh on Sunday.

Luck completed 26 of 45 passes for 400 yards and two scores - 122 yards and four touchdowns less than counterpart Ben Roethlisberger. Luck also tossed two interceptions and tripped over the feet of his center to land in the end zone for a critical safety early in the fourth quarter after he had cut the deficit to 42-34.

The Colts quarterback was stymied for most of the first quarter as the Steelers built up their lead. He hit tight end Dwayne Allen for a 21-yard touchdown pass early in the second and added a 31-yard scoring strike to Donte Moncrief late in the third.

Luck will hope for better luck next Monday night against the visiting Giants.

 
 
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