December 18th, 2013
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck has thrown for 7,673 yards in his first two NFL seasons, the third-most passing yards in a player’s first two seasons in NFL history.
With 248 passing yards at Kansas City on Sunday, Luck will surpass Peyton Manning (7,874) and Cam Newton (7,920) for the most passing yards in the first two seasons of a career. How did he achieve that? Well, it’s all luck, Andrew Luck.
Keep him in mind for your NFL RUSH Fantasy Football lineup this week.