Luck Heads to the Pro Bowl
For the second consecutive year, Andrew Luck is going to the Pro Bowl. The Indianapolis Colts quarterback was chosen as an alternate and moved up Sunday. Luck’s Pro Bowl appearance is tied not only to his skillset, but to the advancement of his former Colts “QB” predecessor, Peyton Manning. Manning led the Denver Broncos past New England and Tom Brady in the AFC Championship Game. Luck’s advancement is also tied to Russell Wilson who led his team, the Seattle Seahawks, past the San Francisco 49er’s and Colin Kaepernick in the NFC Championship Game.
Manning and Wilson now to advance to Super Bowl 48 where their teams will go head-to-head on February 2 just outside of New York City in MetLife Stadium. Luck will in the meanwhile head off to Hawaii and be joined at Pro Bowl by Colts coaching staff Robert Mathis and Matt Overton. It’s a new game. The overhauled Pro Bowl will be played January 26.
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