Andrew Luck expects to get better in his second NFL season.
The Colts' second-year quarterback figures if he can build on last season's record-breaking numbers, his teammates will be in better position to win games and bring home the Lombardi Trophy.
For Luck, it's been a very different offseason. Last year, he was shuttling between classes at Stanford and NFL workouts, and divvying up hours between graduation and getting a crash course in playing quarterback in the NFL. This year, Luck has spent the offseason fine-tuning all the little things.
Luck believes that if he completes a higher percentage of passes this season, the Colts can score more points, win more games and go deeper in the playoffs.
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