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Luck wasn't too concerned that he had just broken Cam Newton's year-old record

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Oh oh! Don't look now! All you Luck haters!

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/story/Indianapolis-Colts-defeat-Miami-Dolphins-110412

Luck threw for 433 yards and two touchdowns. He topped Newton's mark of 422 and tied another by becoming the NFLs' second rookie quarterback to produce four 300-yard games in a season. The other: Peyton Manning, the quarterback he replaced.

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It's a stat. Who the fug cares. It's irrelevant. I don't think players are playing for stats

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I really think that they make up new records just to hype up rookies.

Andrew Luck is the first rookie quarterback to bang no cheerleaders and throw for 300+ yards in back to back games.

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I'm not too concerned either.

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Luck is on pace to break Cam's 4K season passing record for a rookie....

But he does have to play the Texans twice in his last 3 games this season.....

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that will be one of his least relevant records he breaks.

On another note, i wonder how many writers will assume he will have a sophomore slump too, or is that just Cam.

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Cam's was more impressive...week one sets the record then breaks it in week two of his career.

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