Continues to show us just how awesome he is. Yet again, he's having a bad game- but ESPN will never show the high/lowlights of this one. Nope. Come next week they'll still be talking him up as one of the best QBs in the league. Or one of the "best under 25" (which he STILL is not)... Today: 20 of 39 passing. 163 yards 1 TD 1 Interception 4.2 yards per pass And this isn't unusual, folks. For those of you that argue with me and still claim he's good- when NOTHING backs that up other than talk and draft status. This is who he is. Luckily for him, half his terrible passes are dropped by defenses. Then most his dink-n-dunk garbage results in great runs after the catch. So on the season, the Amazing Andrew Luck has 14 touchdown passes... and 6 interceptions. Passing yards he's 15th. (average) In % he's worse than: Jake Locker, RG3, Thad Lewis, Sam Bradford, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Christian Ponder, Matt Schaub, Mike Glennon. (-average) Touchdowns he's 13th. (average) Interceptions he's 23rd. (+average) Avg he's 32nd. (-average) Rate he's 28th (-/average) Passes over 20 yds: 15th (average) Passes over 40 yds: 11th (+average) Yards per game: 17th (-average) Notable games: Shut out 'til the 4th quarter vs the Arizona Cardinals. (1 td pass) Shut out 'til the 4th quarter vs the St. Louis Rams. (3 interceptions) Shut out by the San Diego Chargers. (0 td passes) Has only thrown for more than 250 yards 4 times this season. Only has two 300 yard games all year. Eventually, all will know that Andrew Luck is an average quarter back that has John Harbaugh to thank for his current status and name.