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On PTI 2 minutes ago Tony Korneiser seriously compares Luck to Tiger Woods as far as Andrew's present health situation.

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2 minutes ago, DougDew said:

But Luck never based his career on PEDs, so he's wrong.

I mean he almost sounded like Andrew's career is over......I was like what ???????????

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I like when Cornholer talks about golfing.  The guy only breaks 100 when he quits after 12 holes.

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2 hours ago, HOF19 said:

I mean he almost sounded like Andrew's career is over......I was like what ???????????

When you look into his injury, it's some scary statistics. 

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Well....    they both did attend Stanford, so there is that....

 

But otherwise....   yeah, no.      :facepalm:

 

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1 hour ago, IndyScribe said:

I don't think Luck has issues with infidelity so the point is kind of moot... 

 

 

....or drugs.....or.......

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I wonder if there are two more different personality types in the world of sport than Tiger and Andrew!

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11 hours ago, AZColt11 said:

....or drugs.....or.......

or constant back issues and surgeries.....very different altogether!

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The sports media has produced some of the most over the top and annoying takes on what's going on with Luck this year. This is no exception. 

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16 hours ago, HOF19 said:

On PTI 2 minutes ago Tony Korneiser seriously compares Luck to Tiger Woods as far as Andrew's present health situation.

 

Since Tiger Woods seems to be so polarizing, what if he compared Andrew Luck to Grant Hill?  Would that make you feel better?  I don't see anything wrong with the Tiger comparison but so everyone can get the wedgie out their trousers let's just say Grant Hill.  Either way it's not a good situation.  This guy may never be the same, no matter when he comes back.  None of us are doctors.

 

From all the information we've received, the only thing we can count on is the fact that Luck isn't close to getting back on the field and it's Week 7 already.

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17 hours ago, DougDew said:

But Luck never based his career on PEDs, so he's wrong.

 

 No, but Lucky has based his career on a MLB Mentality of holding on to the ball to long, being pounded to the ground and complementing that Good Hit, running and having a sloppy slide, and tackling those who take his ball away from him.
 So yeah, their bodies have taken a ton of extra abuse based on personal decisions.       :thinking:

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