Andrew Luck is one of the NFL’s best quarterbacks.
His play on the football field has never been more apparent than it has in the past two weeks, and the quarterback has earned the title of MVP.
The quarterback has been one of NFL’s most impressive players over the past month, and in the process, he has helped the Indianapolis Colts to a second straight AFC title.
The Colts will play their final game on Sunday, Sept. 25, when they host the Oakland Raiders at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Luck will face a defense that was expected to be among the worst in the league last season, and a team that has had several players injured and is struggling in the short-term.
With his play and the confidence he has shown in recent weeks, Luck has been given an unprecedented opportunity to be one of four players to win the NFL MVP.
But the award is more than just a trophy, and Luck will have to prove he deserves it.
While Luck has always been a high-risk, high-reward player, he had the ability to make a few mistakes throughout the 2016 season.
The biggest mistake was when he lost confidence in himself.
Luck was always willing to take chances and get himself into trouble.
But his ability to get himself out of the jam and turn the situation around in the blink of an eye is what makes him one of today’s top quarterbacks.
In his rookie season, Luck led the NFL with a passer rating of 102.6.
He was also tied for the league lead in touchdowns and completed 71 percent of his passes.
But he was unable to keep the Colts in games, and his play was on the decline as the year went on.
Luck’s play dipped in the second half of the season, but it was not until he played in the playoffs that he was able to return to the form that made him such a valuable player in the first place.
When Luck returned to the field for the final two games of the 2016 regular season, he was more than a bit frustrated with the way things were going.
He took a lot from the coaching staff, but he wanted to be a leader.
Luck wanted to prove himself, and he wanted a chance to win.
He needed to show the coaches and teammates that he can win.
In the playoffs, Luck had a great game in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Luck threw for nearly 200 yards and three touchdowns.
He also ran for two touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass.
His second touchdown came in the fourth quarter of a game in which the Colts were trailing by six points with just under four minutes to play.
The next day, Luck threw a pass to a wide-open Dontrelle Inman that bounced into the arms of T.Y. Hilton for a touchdown.
Luck then threw a touchdown to the Indianapolis running back who was running for the first time since he was drafted.
Luck completed four passes for 37 yards.
It was a game-winning touchdown drive that ended with Inman scoring a touchdown on the next play.
Luck finished the year with an NFL-best passer rating, completing 81.5 percent of passes.
But Luck also had a rough start to the playoffs.
In the AFC championship game, Luck was thrown into the fire and his first three passes were intercepted by Indianapolis cornerback Darius Butler.
Luck ended up getting sacked on four consecutive plays in the game, including a third-quarter touchdown pass to tight end Jack Doyle.
That set the tone for Luck’s struggles throughout the season.
Injuries were another concern for Luck as the season went on, and while he played through the injuries, he didn’t make many big plays.
He had a solid year but wasn’t able to make any big plays and was eventually benched in favor of Jake Locker.
Luck didn’t have the ability at that point to prove his worth in the big game, and it took him four games to regain his starting spot.
The final game of the regular season was the AFC title game against the Patriots.
Luck had thrown for three touchdowns and no interceptions during the regular campaign, but his performance against the Colts gave him the confidence to be confident enough to play in the AFC Championship.
Luck led Indy to a thrilling victory and the first win of his career, which included the franchise’s first Super Bowl appearance in New England.
Luck helped to lead the Colts to their first win since 2011.
The Indianapolis Colts will host the Kansas City Chiefs at Lucas.
Luck has already proven himself worthy of being the MVP, and this is the time for him to be given the opportunity to prove it.
If Luck wins the award, he will have a chance for his second MVP award in four seasons.