|2014 Regular Season|
Luck went 31 of 44 for 376 yards, and he couldn't be going into the next game under better circumstances. For the first time in four tries, Luck finished a playoff game without a turnover. He faces the Broncos and Peyton Manning next week.
Luck closed his season in unimpressive fashion, posting a 71.1 passer rating over his final four games with six TDs and five interceptions.
Luck went to the bench in favor of veteran Matt Hasselbeck, a move that surely proved costly for fantasy owners. He failed to throw a TD pass for the first time since last year, but he still leads the league with 38 on the season.
This was the second-lowest passing day of the season for Luck.
Luck's 59.8 passer rating was the fifth-lowest of his career. This was a classic case of a good fantasy performance despite a not-so-efficient real-life performance.
The five TD passes were a career high, and he's thrown for at least four on four separate occasions this season.
Luck completed 21 of 32 for 253 yards with one touchdown and no picks. He has thrown for seven touchdown and one interception over his last three games.
Luck has thrown for 300 yards in eight consecutive games, totaling 2,846 yards with 23 touchdowns and seven picks over that span.
Luck's phenomenal season continued Monday night. He leads the NFL with 3,085 yards and 26 touchdowns this season.
Luck leads the NFL in passing yards and touchdowns, but he continues to be hampered by turnovers. He now has nine interceptions in eight games.