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There was never a question about whose team this was, but you still need a little Luck.
With Reggie Wayne off to one of the hottest starts of his career, it’s Andrew Luck who is the top benefactor of the Wayne experience. The rookie QB out of Stanford has enjoyed three 300+ yard games this season, which is only five games young, due to the consistency of Reggie. Coming into the season it was thought that Coby Fleener would be the security blanket for Luck, understanding their previous relationship at Stanford, but it’s the aging veteran who was asked to give a young Colts team a chance that has provided the security for a rookie expected to turn this franchise around.
Luck will need to get on track with the rest of his receiving corps if the Colts are to enjoy more success in the regular season moving forward. In a league that has become more and more pass heavy in the last few years, it’s paramount that you have an efficient quarterback to lead your offense each week. In the three games that the Colts lost, Luck had a completion percentage of 51.1 or less (Colts.com), and in the two wins that same percentage was 56.4 or greater (Colts.com). As Luck goes, so do the Colts.
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The Sports Network takes a look at Andrew Luck and Brandon Weeden, who got to know each other the week leading up to their teams' clash in the Fiesta Bowl. They also give a brief recap of their only head to head meeting to date:
The 23-year-old Luck, a two-time Heisman Trophy finalist, threw for 347 yards and a pair of scores with one interception in that game, but came...
No quarterback has come into the NFL with greater expectations than Andrew Luck. Colts Authority writer Todd Smith is so sure of his successful NFL future that he has set in motion a plan to follow every single snap of the Colts rookie signal caller, providing the most in-depth statistical breakdown of a quarterback's career ever put together.
It is the attention he is receiving...
Could there be animosity brewing in the locker room of the Indianapolis Colts? Word out of Indy this week is that Reggie Wayne was asked to describe rookie quarterback Andrew Luck through his first five games of the 2012 NFL season, and Wayne did not hold back in saying that Luck was “not normal.”
Of course, he means not normal in a good way.
“He’s not your normal rookie...
Good old Mike Chappell of The Indianapolis Star delves into the difficulties and benefits of entrusting the offense to a rookie quarterback.
While his completion percentage seems out of character, that's not necessarily the case. In his final two seasons at Stanford, Luck completed 70.7 and 71.3 percent of his passes. But he was a 56.3 passer in his first year as a starter...
Join Colts Authority Radio as Scott Kacsmar and Kyle Rodriguez discuss Week 6 in the NFL, rookie sensations, Peyton Manning and Denver's historic comeback, and a down day for Andrew Luck.
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Though Andrew Luck has shown flashes of brilliance in his first season, he knows he needs to be more consistent from week to week.
Brandon Weeden's rookie year has been marked by growing pains, but the fellow first-round pick helped his team to its first win with an impressive effort last weekend.
Luck looks to regroup from what may have been his worst game, while Weeden tries...
Game One of the Jimmy Haslam era.
After beating the Bengals last week in Cleveland, the Browns are looking to start an honest-to-god win streak against Andrew Luck and Indianapolis Colts.
This is your Browns/Afternoon NFL open thread.
Quinton Coples and Aaron Maybin of the New York Jets have been fined by the NFL for separate hits on Indianapolis Colts rookie quarterback Andrew Luck last weekend.
Coples, the Jets' first-round pick, was fined $10,000 on Friday for grabbing the facemask of Luck, the No. 1 overall selection, in New York's 35-9 win Sunday. Maybin was fined $7,875 for ''unnecessarily...
When you write sports at a website like WFNY for a while you get to know your own kinds of fans. As many of you know my house is divided from a football perspective because my wife grew up in Indianapolis. I spared you my wife being on the podcast, but my brother-in-law is very much a similar kind of football fan to what I think we cater to at WFNY, so I talked to him for about ten...
The Patriots and Jets will fight for the top spot in the AFC East this Sunday at Gillette Stadium, and getting win No. 4 won't be easy for either team.
New England (3-3) is coming off of a 24-23 loss at the hands of the Seattle Seahawks while the Jets (3-3) defeated Andrew Luck's Colts in Week 6 by a 26-point margin. The Patriots won both matchups in 2011...
Welcome to week 7 of the NFL season, or as we like to say in fantasy land, pure hell! Yes, for some unknown reason, or perhaps for one big joke, the NFL has decided to play with our minds and put a whopping 6 teams on a bye.
1. The Browns ownership change officially happened this week. In the short term, is it a distraction or a boost?
Pat McManamon: Absolute, unbridled, unchangeable distraction, from day one until the day some sort of final determination is made on who runs the team and front office. This is nobody's fault. Jimmy Haslam has done his best to handle this properly, but the timing just...
12 Things to Watch in Sunday's Colts-Browns Game
With this guy at quarterback, I almost want to root for the Browns.
Last week, the Colts' chance to establish themselves as a playoff contender went by the boards in an epic beat down. Now, one of their best hopes for a win all season sloughs its way into Lucas Oil Stadium. Here's what to watch for.
1. Watch for the...