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Breaking Down Andrew Luck’s Form at the NFL’s Midseason Mark
The first-overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft has shown immense versatility and routinely underrated athleticism.
His accuracy has been inconsistent at times, but that's to be expected with such shaky offensive-line play.
Overall, his play has been borderline spectacular, given the lackluster talent surrounding him in Indy. Let's examine his season more closely.
Pocket Presence: B
Tough to grade this one, as Luck's awareness in the pocket has fluctuated at times. Through the first three games of the season, Indy's trigger man was remarkably adept at avoiding the rush. He took only five sacks during that time despite facing immense pressure.
In the three games sinc...
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