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Andrew Luck vs. RGIII: Three Years Later

Oh, what time can tell.Remember with me, for a moment, the mindset of fans around the NFL right before the 2012 NFL Draft. Indianapolis had the first pick of the draft after a dismal 2-14 record in the 2011 season, and the Washington Redskins had second pick, which they acquired after a major trade with the Rams. The nation was ablaze with debate about who should get drafted with...
Via The Sports Quotient
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Luck still ranks atop QB class that entered NFL in 2012

MIAMI (AP) The pontificating and prognosticating that have always swirled around the quarterback class of 2012 can transform even a punter into a pundit. Take comparisons between Andrew Luck and Ryan Tannehill, two of the five current starting QBs drafted in 2012. This spring, Tannehill became the first of the group to sign a contract extension, and punter Pat McAfee was quick to...
Via AP on Fox
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Cincinnati Bengals could look at signing WR Reggie Wayne

The Cincinnati Bengals are in need of some help at the wide receiver position, especially after hearing that James Wright will miss the entire 2015 season. It hasn’t been a good offseason for the Bengals at the position, and they could look to bring in another receiver. According to ESPN’s Coley Harvey, Reggie Wayne could very well be a player of interest for the Bengals. ...
Via This Given Sunday
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Charting Andrew Luck's Career: Playoffs

Some of this may take you by surprise, and some may not. Most everyone knows Andrew Luck’s touchdown to interception (9/12 just in case you don’t) numbers throughout the playoffs, but how many remember the circumstances of those 12? Probably not very many. The regurgitating feeling of ending the season two of the last three years to the New England Patriots is enough to make...
Via Pro Football Spot
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Luck, Vontae Davis get their own concept logos

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is a low-key type, who doesn't typically seek to draw attention to himself outside of what normally comes from throwing multiple touchdowns per season.So, it's unlikely the fourth-year pro would ever go so far as to develop his own logo. Now, thanks to folks at NFL Memes, someone has gone to the trouble of doing it for him. Check out these...
Via Fox Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Three reasons the Indianapolis Colts will have the number one offense in 2015

Andrew Luck is entering his fourth NFL season in 2015, but the young phenom is already established himself as one of the best in the game. Just a season ago the young quarterback led the number one passing offense at just over 400 yards a game.  So how do you improve and already top-tier offense? That seemed to be the focus of general manager Ryan Grigson and Chuck Pagano in the...
Via cover32
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Richard Sherman and Andrew Luck Hold Events to Benefit Children

Instead of reporting the negative, it is worth recognizing some NFL players who devote their time to their local communities during this slow stretch of days heading up to training camp. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman held a charity celebrity softball game for which the proceeds went to Sherman’s Blanket Coverage Family Foundation. Sherman’s foundation helps purchase...
Via Sportsnaut
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Andrew Luck Visited The Indiana Basketball Team Today

It’s easy to get excited when one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL stops by for a visit, and that’s just what happened Sunday afternoon, when Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck stopped by to visit the Indiana Basketball team.    We don’t always take photos during Sunday studyhall hours, but when we do, it’s because Andrew Luck shows up. #iubb A photo posted...
Via College Spun
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Andrew Luck Takes the Tottenham Hotspurs NFL Tyre Challenge

Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is in England promoting the NFL. On a recent stop of his promotional tour at the Tottenham Hotspurs F.C. training center he was presented with a challenge geared towards his skill set and that of futbol players--the Tyre Challenge.He didn't do bad with the football end of it, but he is not going to be leaving the NFL for soccer anytime soon.Read more »
Via FatManWriting
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Five reasons the Colts can win Super Bowl 50

Ryan Grigson was busy orchestrating the perfect offseason for the Indianapolis Colts this year, and they are viewed as one of the top contenders to win Super Bowl 50. They are without question one of the most dominant teams in the NFL on paper, but translating that to the field is much more difficult. It is going to be a very entertaining and exciting season, and it ill be interesting...
Via This Given Sunday
June 28, 2015  |  Discuss

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