NOTE: I wrote this prior to the Colts vs. Broncos in the 2014 AFC Divisional Playoffs. Thought I'd share with you all!
It was December of 2010. Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck had just put the finishing touches on a remarkable collegiate season that catapulted him into the NFL’s top draft position. He was crowned as the greatest quarterback coming of the collegiate ranks since Peyton Manning and John Elway. Luck was the unanimous number 1 choice, barring of course that he would declare for the
As fans of a NFL franchise, we all have games throughout a team's history that may not always be significant in the standings, but carry insurmountable significance in our hearts and minds. This was one of those games.
To begin, we journey back before the season to a sunny evening in Indianapolis. JMV, a known local radio host, had a NFL.com reporter by the name of Ian Rapoport on his show around 5 PM. At the end of the segment, JMV asked Rapoport what his prediction for the Colts season would
Before I begin this little write-up, I’d like to make something known. I realize that a lot of our fan base has grown tired of the Peyton Manning-Andrew Luck comparisons but I truly think people don’t realize just how similar they really are. This will be a 2-3 part series. I say this because I am not sure how much I will include in the next one. So without further ado, I give you a Peyton Manning and Andrew Luck comparison that may have you realize just how lucky of a franchise (no pun intended