Believe it or not, when the Indianapolis Colts open their season this Sunday against the Rams in Los Angeles, Jared Goff may actually be only the second most inexperienced and, let’s be honest, second worst QB on the field.
That’s because, yesterday the Colts announced – and really to no one’s surprise – that star QB Andrew Luck has been ruled out for the regular season opener.
General manager Chris Ballard confirmed to the media that Luck would officially be out and that back up quarterback Scott Tolzien will take his place under center against the Rams.
And even more frightening for Colt’s fans is the fact that Ballard didn't offer a timeline for Luck's return saying only that the 27-year-old is in the "training phase."
Problem is, Tolzien looks like he’s in the training wheels phase everytime he steps on the field showing shaky play and poor decision making throughout the preseason.
And just like that, the Rams may win their home opener because Luck is the entire Colts team.
And the longer it takes Luck to run out on the field, the sooner the Colts will run out of luck, and the playoffs.
Source: SB Nation