Actually, he’s just good. But he’s even better at home, which is nice since he’s, you know, enjoying the warm comforts of home today as his Colts host the Bills at Lucas Oil Stadium. You’re likely aware that Luck has been super awesome at home, a fact that becomes clear with even a casual, quick glance at the numbers beside his name in game logs throughout the Internet.
But when one of those numbers is broken down further, anyone who’s lingering over a last-minute roster decision involving Luck can chill, make a few clicks to slot him in, and go back to eating Fruit Loops and such.
We enjoy useful information, both finding it ourselves, and passing it along when others find fun truth nuggets. So when Cecil Lammey unearthed this gem regarding Luck and his efficiency and care with the ball while at home, posting it was automatic:
#Colts Andrew Luck has thrown an INT once every 104.5 attempts when at home, but once every 20.3 attempts on the road
— Cecil Lammey (@cecillammey) November 25, 2012
Luck’s touchdown-to-interception ratio is even at 12 apiece, which is less than ideal. But of those 12 picks, 10 of them have come on the road.