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Andrew Luck Ranks 117th in NFL History in Completion Percentage

Posted on November 16, 2013 at 7:35 PM

26 games into his young NFL career, Andrew Luck has proven himself to be a very inaccurate passer. You could turn a blind eye to it, sugar coat it or attempt to dismiss its significance -- but there it is. Despite benefiting from the significant advantage of playing during the most pass-friendly there has ever been, Luck's 56.0 career pass completion percentage ranks 117th in NFL history.


Many would be surprised to see who's been more accurate throwing the football than Luck:

 

  • Trent Edwards: 60.6
  • Christian Ponder: 60.1
  • Tim Couch: 59.8
  • David Carr: 59.7
  • J.P. Losman: 59.2
  • Kyle Orton: 58.4
  • Vince Young: 57.9
  • Ty Detmer: 57.7
  • Josh Freeman: 57.6
  • Kyle Boller: 56.7
  • Quincy Carter: 56.5
  • Joey Harrington: 56.1
  • Andrew Luck: 56.0

Compare Luck's all-time ranking to other active quarterbacks:

  • Drew Brees: T-2nd
  • Aaron Rodgers: T-2nd
  • Peyton Manning: 4th
  • Tony Romo: 6th
  • Philip Rivers: T-7th
  • Matt Schaub: T-7th
  • Tom Brady: 10th
  • Matt Ryan: 11th
  • Ben Roethlisberger: T-12th
  • Carson Palmer: 16th
  • Jay Cutler: 24th
  • Joe Flacco: 30th
  • Cam Newton: 41st
  • Alex Smith: 50th
  • Sam Bradford: 61st
  • Eli Manning: 64th
  • Andrew Luck: 117th

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