Originally Posted by Untouchable
Are you serious?
Where are the "established playmakers" on Indy's offense outside of Reggie Wayne?
Since when did guys like Austin Collie, Blair White, Colby Fleener, and Donald Brown become world beaters?
Luck looked absolutely incredible out there today with one of the most average supporting casts in the NFL.
Collie, White, and Wayne are established players. Brown was their starting RB last year. They have an established OL that gave Luck good protection against a very young team. The Colts clearly had a plan to open things up and do all they could to help Luck shine.
And let's not forget the first play was a great play by Brown to bust a dump off 68 yds for the TD, that was more on Brown than it was on Luck.
How can you dispute any of this?
And save the crap about how I'm making excuses, it was a great day for Luck, he clearly did his own to make it a great start for him, but don't diffuse the very different circumstances between that Colts game and the Jets game as mentioned.