Andrew Luck earned career-best grade in 2016 season despite shoulder injury
Colts quarterback Andrew Luck injured his shoulder in Week 3 of the 2015 season, yet he just had surgery on that shoulder this offseason after missing only one game in 2016.
- Luck was PFF’s most-improved QB in 2016, as his overall grade rose from a career-worst 45.1 in 2015 (ranked 38th at the position) to a fourth-best 92.4 last season.
- Luck improved the most when he held onto the ball for 2.6 seconds or more, which he did 57.5 percent of the time each of the last two seasons.
- His TD-to-INT ratio on those passes improved from 0.89 in 2015 (10th-worst) up to 2.37 in 2016 (eighth-best).
- On those same throws, his completion percentage rose from 46.1 (third-worst) to 59.7 (seventh-best) this past season.
- Following the same trend, Luck’s passer rating increased from 62.3 in 2015 (third-worst) to 98.7 (seventh-best) last year.