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The play of Andrew Luck has been impressive enough to land him in the top 10 of Gregg Rosenthal’s quarterback rankings on despite the Colts 1-5 start. 

Here’s what Rosenthal had to say about Luck: 

“The arm strength questions have gone away, because Luck has proven he can dazzle in different ways, but it still wouldn’t be surprising to read articles next July that say his shoulder feels even better than it did during the 2018 season. 

2018 stats: 6 games | 64.6 pct | 1,792 pass yds | 6.2 ypa | 16 pass TD | 8 INT | 60 rush yds | 0 rush TD”

He has Luck ranked ahead of Ben Roethlisberger (15), Russell Wilson (14), Joe Flacco (13), Cam Newton (12), and Carson Wentz (11). 

It’s impressive Luck can do anything with virtually no receivers, no running game, and a consistently banged up offensive line let alone play at a top-10 level. 

With a very, very manageable schedule coming up through November, hopefully his team’s record can start to match the numbers he has put up through six weeks.