Is there anything the Colts' rookie quarterback can't do?
Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck is on pace for yet another big game, something that seems to be fairly common for the signal-calling prodigy from Stanford. He hasn't thrown a touchdown pass through the first half of play in Thursday night's showdown with the Jacksonville Jaguars, but he ran for two.
He did, however, throw a second quarter interception, his ninth of the year. Jags safety Dawan Landry made the pick, and right as he goes to later the ball to his fellow safety, Chris Prosinski, Luck comes in and takes out Landry at the legs. Prosinski made it another two yards down the field. The Jags had to settle for a field goal on the ensuing drive.
Luck finished the first half 11-for-15 with 143 yards and an interception. His two rushing touchdowns in the game have the Colts up 17-3 at the half. Luck now has five rushing scores on the season, one less than RGIII, who leads the league the NFL with six.
These young quarterbacks today ... is there anything they can't do?