INDIANAPOLIS — Quarterback Andrew Luck has been nominated for the NFL's Week 11 FedEx Air Player of the Week award due to his performance in the Indianapolis Colts' 38-10 victory over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
Helping lead the Colts to their fourth consecutive victory, Luck completed 23-of-29 passes (79.3%) for 297 yards and three touchdowns, registering a 143.8 passer rating. His passer rating was the NFL's third-highest for the week, and the second-highest single-game rating of his career.
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As has become customary for Luck as of late, his numbers have placed him in rarified air.
With his first touchdown pass on Sunday, Luck passed Cam Newton (158) for the ninth-most touchdown passes within a player's first seven seasons in NFL history.
Luck's second touchdown pass put him alongside Aaron Rodgers (160) and Dan Marino (182) as the only players in NFL history with at least 160 touchdown passes in their first 80 games.
On Luck's third touchdown, it tied him with Jim Kelly (161) for the eighth-most touchdown passes within a player's first seven seasons.
With yet another three-touchdown outing, it brings Luck to seven consecutive games with at least three passing touchdowns. Last week, he joined Peyton Manning (eight) and Tom Brady (10) as the only players in NFL history with at least six consecutive games with three touchdown passes within the same season.
This is Luck's second nomination for the Air Player of the Week in 2018, also earning the nod for his performance in Week 4 when he threw for a career-high 464 yards and four touchdowns in the Colts' loss to the Houston Texans.