Pro Bowl quarterback Andrew Luck wore this blue Indianapolis Colts jersey in three games during his rookie season of 2012, including on October 21st as the Colts took on the Cleveland Browns at Lucas Oil Stadium in a Week 7 matchup. Luck, the first pick of the 2012 NFL Draft out of Stanford, was tasked with the impossible job of replacing the immortal Peyton Manning as the Colts superstar and talisman. Luck was an instant success in Indy, leading the Colts to 11-5 records and making the Pro Bowl in each of his first three seasons. In his rookie season, Luck 4,374 yards and 23 touchdowns while rushing for an additional 255 yards and five scores.
In the October 21st game against the Browns, Luck scored the Colts only two touchdowns of the game on his feet, rushing for scores of three and five yards in Indianapolis’ 17-13 win over the Browns. The 2018 NFL Comeback Player of the Year added 186 passing yards on 16 completions in an interception-free performance. Luck’s two touchdowns were the second and third rushing scores of his career.
This offered Colts home jersey is blue, with Luck’s number “12” sewn on the chest, back, and shoulders in white tackle twill. “LUCK” is sewn across the back shoulders in white tackle twill over a matching blue nameplate. Two white stripes and a white Nike swoosh are located on each sleeve. A Nike size “46 SKILL” tag with an attached “2012” year flag is sewn on the back inside collar. A NFL logo patch is sewn on the Nike Flywire collar. Luck has signed the “1” digit on the back of this jersey in black marker. This jersey comes with an NFL-PSA/DNA COA (N90861) and has been photo matched to the three games by Resolution Photomatching, who have provided a LOA.