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I give up making excuses for Luck's INTS

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Some of them are just horrible. Forget RG3, Mark Sanchez and Tebow would make better decisions. Hopefully he improves next yr.

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You have to realize RG3 is about short routes and limited reads

Luck has one of the most difficult playbooks

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Some of his picks - like both of today's - have been dreadful. Inexcusable. He needs to get better on the road.

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He is a rookie.. Peyton had a ton his rookie year.. Relax

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I'm a big Luck fan/supporter and I don't know how many times I've used the term "rookie mistake", but some of these INTs are inexcusable.

He's starting to look like a gunslinger.

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Sanchez? As in the same guy with 3 INTs today?

I agree though, Luck's main strength was supposed to be his mental game. He does need more time, but think more Luck!

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Thanks for saving me time. Oh, and he had time on his 2nd int. Hey, Someone get the stats on how many of ints came on managable downs, I WANT LUCK TO SUCCEDE, but he needs to start getting his (you know what) chewed out by Arians

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He is a rookie.. Peyton had a ton his rookie year.. Relax

Get over the comparison. Who cares what happened 14 yrs ago

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You have to realize RG3 is about short routes and limited reads

Luck has one of the most difficult playbooks

Have you seen the playbooks. You don't know what either team is running?

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i know some of these ints are bad but cant expect him to be great in his first season i know hes a rookie and its not an excuse but alot of rookies throw ints especially they would in this system but will learn and get better hpefully

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Well at least we are a fan base who aren't prisoners of the moments.

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Luck ignores a lot of crossing routes underneath, from what I see. Hopefully he gets over that habit pretty soon. Otherwise, his INTs will not go down, even when protected.

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Sanchez? Tebow? Really? Man delete this thread..

Yeah, the 1st ammendment is nothing. Just delete a post because you disagree. What a joke!

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Luck is definitely having a bad day. Some of his throws have been terrible to say the least. I hope he can get it together after halftime because this is going to get ugly if he doesn't.

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just saying i dont like bruce arians as a coordinator.. alll this deep % is just bologna!!!! i wish we had a west coast offensive coordinator because andew thrived in that offense at stanford

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You have to realize RG3 is about short routes and limited reads

Luck has one of the most difficult playbooks

yeah keep telling yourself this and in the mean time you might actually try watching a few Redskins games.

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Luck ignores a lot of crossing routes underneath, from what I see. Hopefully he gets over that habit pretty soon. Otherwise, his INTs will not go down, even when protected.

He's being coddled. Time to bring the hickory out!

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I think some of us Colts fans are not used to such inconsistencies from the QB position.

Peyton? You always knew what you were getting from him.

Relax guys. It'll get better.

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I think some of us Colts fans are not used to such inconsistencies from the QB position.

Peyton? You always knew what you were getting from him.

Relax guys. It'll get better.

umm no i will not relax

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He'll get it right. We're lucky we aren't 2-10 right now. Luck is a great deal the reason why we are winning.

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doesnt really help when got no run game either

Throwing it up for grabs is not because of no running game. He needs to find the outlet receiver or tuck and run.
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umm no i will not relax

Lol your prerogative.

It was general advice. Not an order.

lmao

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umm no i will not relax

Yes you will.

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yeah keep telling yourself this and in the mean time you might actually try watching a few Redskins games.

i agree the throws it deep but hes got a great run game that helps him so much which is so much easier the colts have no run game at all

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yeah keep telling yourself this and in the mean time you might actually try watching a few Redskins games.

lol exactly

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I think some of us Colts fans are not used to such inconsistencies from the QB position.

Peyton? You always knew what you were getting from him.

Relax guys. It'll get better.

Thats not entirely true. Manning threw a ton of interceptions his rookie yr. and had many a game that he threw several. I think the problem is that people are expecting miracles from a rookie and it's just not gonna happen.

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Get over the comparison. Who cares what happened 14 yrs ago

The point is rookies make mistakes.. Even the greatest of all time had a rough rookie year... But i guess over reacting is the better way to go.. Carry on

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He'll get it right. We're lucky we aren't 2-10 right now. Luck is a great deal the reason why we are winning.

I dont believe you. haha but really, I don't

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Throwing it up for grabs is not because of no running game. He needs to find the outlet receiver or tuck and run.

i agree i just sayin everyone knows we have to pass cause i run game is completey % its been ok sometimes but nohting in this game but he should jus throw it away if no one open
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He'll get it right. We're lucky we aren't 2-10 right now. Luck is a great deal the reason why we are winning.

Let's hope he gets it right.

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i agree the throws it deep but hes got a great run game that helps him so much which is so much easier the colts have no run game at all

Once again, His poor throws have NOTHING to do with no rushing, but the wrong reads

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yeah keep telling yourself this and in the mean time you might actually try watching a few Redskins games.

True dat. Tom Brady made a living out of passes within 20 yards. In his 2007 year, 75% of his passes were under 20 yards and I bet two-thirds of his passes this year are under 20 yards as well. No wonder he protects the ball so well. RG3's low INTs is a combo factor of his pass attempt yardage and running game that folks have to respect. But when he has to throw deep off play action, play action has to be respected and he does throw a very good deep ball, in fact a better one than Luck, IMO.

Arians should call more plays underneath and chew Luck up if he does not take the underneath stuff when it is there.

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Thats not entirely true. Manning threw a ton a interceptions his rookie yr. and had many a game that he threw several. I think the problem is that people are expecting miracles from a rookie and it's just not gonna happen.

Absolutely agreed.

I just get the impression, and it's possibly incorrect, that people just expect Andrew to touch the ball and instantly make things happen every time. He's not Vet Peyton Manning. He's rookie Andrew Luck. Give it time.

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