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luck may reach a couple milestones

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If he throws for over 300 he will be first rookie qb to do it 5 times. If he throws for 369 yards he will reach 3000 yards for season

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If he throws for over 300 he will be first rookie qb to do it 5 times. If he throws for 369 yards he will reach 3000 yards for season

Totally amazing. And the winning record is what makes it really special. Cam had a great year last season, RG3 is having a great year this season. But neither guy has a winning record. That's the most important record.

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Good Info, I Think He Gets The 300 Yards Passing but I Don't Think He Will Get 369 to beat the other milestone...

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Good Info, I Think He Gets The 300 Yards Passing but I Don't Think He Will Get 369 to beat the other milestone...

depends on how much pressure patriots get on him

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If he throws for over 300 he will be first rookie qb to do it 5 times. If he throws for 369 yards he will reach 3000 yards for season

Although I am no statistical wizard by any stretch of the imagination Stephen, those would be some astonishing achievements to reach for Andrew Luck, but I'll just settle for a W on Sunday. :td:

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That is nice but there is one problem(i cant watch the game) the broncos n chargers game is on the televised slot that was moved to ind vs pats i don't understand have the changes been made already all my listings dont show that game colts vs pats :thinking:

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Luck don't care about milestones, the only thing that counts in his mindset is a win. so if he throws 3-4 int's but the colts win, then that's the most important thing for him.

He will beat several records for a rookie this season, but he's not that much into individual stats and records as he is to being a team player, where it's all about the wins.

So if the colts win, I don't care if it's a ugly one.

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That is nice but there is one problem(i cant watch the game) the broncos n chargers game is on the televised slot that was moved to ind vs pats i don't understand have the changes been made already all my listings dont show that game colts vs pats :thinking:

If you have NFL Network, I can almost guarantee that they will re air this game either Tuesday or Wednesday night either at 7 or 9:30 P.M. on NFL Replay without most of the commercials in it.

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Just keep winning....

If he puts up #s it's a bonus and does not leave him open to criticism down the line when we have a few losses

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That is nice but there is one problem(i cant watch the game) the broncos n chargers game is on the televised slot that was moved to ind vs pats i don't understand have the changes been made already all my listings dont show that game colts vs pats :thinking:

Depends on where you live. Looks like pretty much everyone west of Illinois is getting Broncos/Chargers:

http://www.the506.com/nflmaps/2012/wk11.html

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1 piece of Luck...If nothing is open downfield & you cannot run, there is no shame in throwing the ball away out of bounds. You are facing 2 brilliant masterminds in Bill Belichick & Tom Brady. You must be patient & smart with the football. This game is a marathon not a sprint; the right opportunity will present itself. Just be patient & execute the play or plays flawlessly when that moment arrives.

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I hope he passes for anothe 400+ :goodluck:

Personally id rather see luck with 250 passing yards and the colts as a team with 200 rushing yards, but of course the win is the most important thing :)

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Luck don't care about milestones, the only thing that counts in his mindset is a win. so if he throws 3-4 int's but the colts win, then that's the most important thing for him

He will beat several records for a rookie this season, but he's not that much into individual stats and records as he is to being a team player, where it's all about the wins.

So if the colts win, I don't care if it's a ugly one.

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Congratulations to Andrew Luck on becoming the first rookie QB to throw for 300 yards 5 times in a season. He should break the 3,000 yard mark next week! Victory even in defeat, I'm proud of our rookie QB! This wins and records will hopefully continue!

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