A weird note on Andrew Luck, from ESPN's QB report this week:

Luck threw 39 passes and only three were judged via video analysis to be overthrown or underthrown. He completed 31 throws, had three dropped and two knocked away by the Jacksonville Jaguars' defense. These were not easy throws, either. He attempted six that traveled at least 20 yards downfield and completed all of them, the first time an NFL quarterback has thrown at least five without an interception since at least 2006. Luck completed 14-of-15 on first down and 9-of-10 on third down, eight of which converted first downs. Against the Jaguars' blitz, he completed 8 of 10 passes for 120 yards and two touchdowns.

For what it's worth, Luck was a pretty average, if eager, deep passer on attempts of 20 or more yards down the field when we checked in on him last year. This year, Pro Football Focus has him at 6-for-7, with one drop.