2012 NFL Pre-Season: Colts QB Andrew Luck Throws 63-Yard Touchdown On Very First Play

The new Indianapolis Colts headed into their first pre-season game with a sellout crowd, thanks to new franchise quarterback Andrew Luck.

Luck was impressive in his debut, playing most of the first half in front of a crowd looking at the new era in Lucas Oil Stadium. His first pass set the bar, as the No. 1 overall pick threw a 63-yard touchdown to running back Donald Brown.

Many have drawn comparisons to Luck and his predecessor, Peyton Manning. The first pass already is like Manning, as No. 18′s very first pass was a completion to Marvin Harrison that ended up being a touchdown in a pre-season game against the Seattle Seahawks.

Overall, Luck did solid in his debut, going 10-of-16 for 188 yards and two touchdowns. His second one would come off a 23-yarder to Austin Collie.


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