The Indianapolis Colts are thrilled with how Andrew Luck looks just two games into his NFL career.
The Jacksonville Jaguars can't afford for Blaine Gabbert's second season in the league to look like his first.
Luck will try to help the Colts match last season's win total Sunday when the visiting Jaguars try to rebound from one of the worst performances in team history.
Picked No. 1 overall in this year's draft as the replacement for Peyton Manning, Luck already has delivered the Colts (1-1) a victory, throwing for 224 yards and two touchdowns in last Sunday's home-opening 23-20 win over Minnesota.
The former Stanford star drove the team 45 yards in 23 seconds to set up Adam Vinatieri's game-winning 53-yard field goal with 8 seconds left. Luck did not commit a turnover after throwing three interceptions and losing a fumble in his NFL debut, a 41-21 loss at Chicago on Sept. 9.
"It's just amazing that the guy's able to go out there and do the things he does as a rookie," first-yea...