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Rich Gannon is one of the trusted voices covering the NFL, and he will provide analysis on Sunday’s Colts-Buffalo game. A veteran of 157 games and 132 starts over 17 seasons, Gannon was a solid quarterback who had multiple strengths like the one he will see on Sunday in Andrew Luck. Luck has impressed Gannon for years.

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If you compare Peyton (the greatest of all time) and Luck when peyton was a rookie he was fun and exciting to watch,He made a few mistakes and bounced back,and as a fan you new he was special,Same with Luck They have a different game but Luck is special if he stays healthy he will be fun and exciting winning games for years to come!

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