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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