What a difference a year can make. Just ask Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck. Or, more specifically, his peers.
Luck was voted the 92nd-best player in the league — a year after finishing seventh — in an NFL.com poll voted on by his fellow NFL players.
Luck, 26, played only seven games last season because of shoulder and ribs injuries and didn’t play at all after Nov. 8 after he suffered a lacerated kidney. He was sacked 15 times behind an offensive line that did a subpar job of protecting him.
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He threw for 1,881 yards and 15 touchdowns (with 12 interceptions) in those seven games after setting career highs in 2014 with 40 TD passes and 4,761 yards. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft was selected to the Pro Bowl in his first three seasons before his injury-plagued 2015 campaign.