Andrew Luck clears 3,000 passing yard plateau vs. the Bills

Jim Rogash

Andrew Luck becomes the second Colts rookie to ever clear the 3,000-yard mark.

Colts QB Andrew Luck became the second player in team history to go over 3,000 yards in his rookie season. His stats at half are 146 yards on 12-of-25 passing with one interception and no TDs, which is good for a passer rating of just 49.8.

Luck hasn't really been on his A game today and hasn't been hitting receivers. His balls have plenty of zip on them and it's really just a matter of accuracy. The Colts are clearly trying to get deep on the Bills with the way their secondary likes to creep up in run support. Although, Reggie Wayne and Co. have dropped some balls for Luck and it feels like it's only a matter of time before he starts to convert his attempts.

Luck looks like a lock to hit 4,000 yards with a schedule against soft pass defenses that include Detroit, Tennessee and Kansas City, while also facing the suddenly vulnerable Houston D.

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