Some say he’s an elite signal caller. Some think he’s the next evolutionary step in pro quarterbacking, a scary amalgamation of athleticism and accuracy packed into a 6’4″, 240-pound frame.
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Earlier this week, my colleague Eric Wilbur pointed out that unlike the Ravens, the Indianapolis Colts are not so easy to hate. Baltimore has their “smash-mouth” football and seemingly endless parade of players on the wrong side of the law, not to mention their irritable coach, the second-most annoying skipper in the league only behind his Michigan-bound brother.
But it’s time to get hyped for Sunday’s game, and that means finding reasons you should hate the Indianapolis Colts. Don’t worry, I’ve got plenty. More
One thing you can say about Andrew Luck is that he’s talented. The first pick of the 2012 draft has stepped into Peyton Manning’s shoes nicely, leading the Colts to the playoffs in each of his first three seasons. Another thing you can say about Luck is that he has the nastiest neckbeard professional sports has ever seen. More