433 yards; usually, the losing quarterback throws for a gain like that. Apparently, so do quarterbacks without a run game. Andrew Luck's day Sunday was almost perfect, and the players around him (hello, LeVon Brazill) helped bring the Colts their fifth win this season.
Luck took the cue, throwing for 273 yards in the first half — the fourth highest first-half total in franchise history — and it didn't take much longer for the No. 1 overall draft pick to join Peyton Manning as the only players in league history with four 300-yard games in their rookie seasons.
Better than Peyton? Worse? At this point, no one cares – he's Andrew Luck, and he's leading the Colts to one of the most improbable seasons in the last decade. At this point, would anyone be surprised if they beat New England in week eleven?