Andrew Luck Injured In Colorado

The man who replaced our beloved Peyton Manning in Indianapolis, Andrew Luck, played his first game since the 2016 season on Sunday, throwing for 319 yards in a 34-23 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Prior to the contest, Luck revealed  that snowboarding aggravated a shoulder injury that helped keep him sidelined for so long. Where was he snowboarding? Our back yard of course! It apparently happened in Colorado in the winter of 2016, after a season where he lacerated his kidney as well as tearing a labrum in his throwing shoulder. "I don't snowboard anymore,"  he says, I don't either bro..  Good decision! LOL Luck won't ever be anywhere close to the QB that Peyton was.. But we're glad that Indy wanted him because what a ride it ended up being for us Bronco fans! GO BRONCOS! 

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