Steve Gregory has seen enough of Andrew Luck from afar to realize the challenge the quarterback presents.
Poise. Strong arm. Ability to run and throw on the move. A rare knack for reading pro defenses in his rookie season. You name it.
Now Gregory and his teammates in the New England Patriots secondary must try to stop all that. The starting safety knows that Sunday's game against the resurgent Indianapolis Colts will be a test for one of the NFL's worst pass defenses.
''We'll have to be on top of our game in order to contain the things that he does,'' Gregory said Wednesday. ''You could tell the guy's a leader. He's taken on the job and he's been a true professional about it, so he's definitely doing a great job over there.''
And he's improving as the season goes on.
In his last game, Luck completed a season-best 69.2 percent of his passes. In the one before that, he threw for a season-high 433 yards.
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