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Andrew Luck is a Bust

Amid reports that Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is visiting specialists to determine why he’s experiencing soreness in his surgically repaired throwing shoulder, he’s not close to returning to practice with the team, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reports.

(TheScore)

 

Sooo it’s safe to say that Andrew Luck is never playing football again and if he does, it won’t be anytime soon and there’s no reason to believe that he’ll be any good when he returns. Everyone and their mothers predicted he’d be as great as Peyton Manning in Indianapolis but the difference being, Peyton never missed a football game and Andrew Luck’s body is made of paper mache and toothpicks.

Here’s the thing, last season Luck played in 15 out of a possible 16 games for the Colts. The team was 8-7 and although Luck filled up the box score with yards and shit, he still turned the ball over 19 times and I know football is a team game and no one man can win a game but like, if you’re a once in a generation talent, you can’t be at the bottom of the awful AFC South every season.

It’s time for the Colts to move on. Jacoby Brissett SZN.

May I suggest trading Luck to the New York Giants? *thinking emoji*

 

 

 

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