Hey, what are you guys still doing here? Most fantasy football leagues close up shop in Week 16, hoping to avoid teams resting up for the postseason. Tom Brady owners are thankful for such consideration, and Andrew Luck owners would feel the same way had he not crushed their chances last weekend. Alas, not everyone operates under the same umbrella. Show More Summary
Andrew Luck and the Colts should dominate their AFC South rivals in one of the most lopsided match-ups of Week 17. The Indianapolis Colts are already in the playoffs. Andrew Luck and company clinched the AFC South two weeks ago and are locked into the No. Show More Summary
It takes a lot of Luck to win a fantasy football championship. Ain't that the truth. Bleacher Report reviews its season awards, simultaneously loving and lamenting what the Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck gave us this year. Also, you had to have DeMarco Murray stay healthy for a full season for once. Show More Summary
SELECTIONS Andrew Luck, QB, 3rd Pro Bowl selection: Luck spent most of the season leading the NFL in passing yards. He's currently third in that in category with 4,601 yards and is second in the league in touchdown passes. Not only is...Show More Summary
Here are the selections for the 2015 Pro Bowl, to be played Jan. 25 at 8 p.m. ET in Glendale, Arizona. OFFENSE Quarterbacks Tom Brady, Patriots Andrew Luck, Colts Peyton Manning, Broncos Aaron Rodgers, Packers Ben Roethlisberger, Steelers Tony Romo, Cowboys Wide receivers Antonio Brown, Steelers Dez Bryant, Cowboys A.J. Show More Summary
INDIANAPOLIS -- Yanked. Pulled. Benched. What do you call what happened against the Dallas Cowboys last weekend, Andrew Luck? “I was yanked,” the Indianapolis Colts' quarterback said. It’s not uncommon for a coach to pull his starting...Show More Summary
Andrew Luck, along with teammates Joe Reitz, Jack Mewhort, Matt Overton and Anthony Castonzo and the Colts cheerleaders, stopped by Riley Hospital for Children at IU Health in Indianapolis to sing Christmas carols, as they’ve done every year since 2012. It was a wonderful gesture, but why can’t I stop thinking about this? [H/t: For […]
What does Andrew Luck’s fantasy week of doom say about the Colts’ chances to surprise in this year’s NFL playoffs?
The NFL playoff push is approaching fast, as Week 16 of the 2014 season has concluded. Which player will have more receiving yards in his matchup: Jordy Nelson or Calvin Johnson? Will Andrew Luck have more touchdowns or interceptions? Watch as Adam Lefkoe goes in-depth with Bleacher Report NFL Analysts Matt Bowen and Jason Cole in the video above. Show More Summary
How many times are sports writers going to have to write this column? How many times will the Indianapolis Colts enter a game against a good opponent and come up laughably short? How many times will Andrew Luck find himself down by three...Show More Summary
Several players in fantasy football posted solid numbers, while others had disappointing performances in Week 16. Who were the winners? How about the losers? Watch as Stephen Nelson and Bleacher Report Fantasy Expert Anita Marks critique Week 16 performances in a game of winners and losers in the video above. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
The NFC East title was on the line as the Dallas Cowboys took on the Indianapolis Colts. After Philadelphia's loss to Washington on Saturday, the door was open for the Cowboys to clinch a playoff spot, with only Andrew Luck and company in their way. Watch the video for full highlights. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com
Andrew Luck picked the worst week. With most fantasy football leagues wrapping up in Week 16, it was imperative that studs like Luck deliver with big performances. Luck did the complete opposite in a 42-7 decimation at the hands of the...Show More Summary
It may have been smart for the Colts to pull Andrew Luck from Sunday’s loss to the Cowboys, but for his fantasy owners, it was nothing short of infuriating. Indianapolis, with the AFC South title already in hand, had little for which to play, and once the team fell behind Dallas by a score of 35-0, the team […]
Andrew Luck was bad against the Dallas Cowboys, like historically bad -- at least by Andrew Luck standards. That's a pretty lofty level, but take a look at what it took for the Colts to decide to pull the trigger and put in Matt Hasselbeck. Complete Attempted Yards Avg TD INT Rating 15 22 109 5.0 0 0 41.7 To...Show More Summary
Trailing 35-0 late in the third quarter against the Cowboys, the Colts removed quarterback Andrew Luck from the lineup, replacing him with backup Matt Hasselbeck. Before departing the game, Luck completed 15-of-22 passes for 109 yards. He was picked twice. Hasselbeck figures to close this one out, and he could very well see action in…
The NFL Today analyst and former Steelers head coach Bill Cowher sat down with Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, already one of the league's elite passers in just his third season.
Dallas must beat Indianapolis to control its playoff destiny, but it faces a stiff test with Andrew Luck coming to town. The Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts enter Sunday's contest at AT&T Stadium with the same record, but face completely different circumstances. Show More Summary
For too long an undeserving group has fought an uphill battle trying to prove they don’t always finish last. Now, Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck stands ready to plant a flag at the apex of the last sport of gladiators for the Nice Guys. The post As Luck Would Have It, Nice Guys Can Finish First appeared first on The Good Men Project.
In business terms, Andrew Luck's brand of 'trash' talk is the equivalent of a CEO or leader communicating that he is not above the dirty work.