Listen: Andrew Luck, Colts, Alvin Gentry discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"To God's Tom Brady lawyering Bella checks, lying. DCC donlevatar show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. We were talking to God's about Aaron Rodgers earlier and the need to get substantive playmaking talent around somebody. The colts are very close to being on the cusp of having mishandled the entire Andrew Luxembourg. From an and something that's damning from the front office to the medical staff. It's everywhere where it's the first time that we've been watching football where star has, you know gone under the knife and comes back, and they're just all sorts of questions about him because of how long it takes and how successful that surgery was. And then on top of that, you're watching last night and you're like, man, he doesn't have much of a chance out here with these people that are that he's playing with is not much different than the team. He left honestly before the surgery. I mean, it's kinda the same deal, feels like the same thing, no defense they could barely on the ball. One of the most precious things a coach can be given in sports or a team can be given in sports is the future of an incredibly talented young player, physically. I mean, what's happening with Anthony Davis, for example, in basketball where they have had to swap out coaches and now he's, he's been fine with Alvin gentry, but still it's one of these things where they've. Alvin gentry took that job left the warriors and took that job because of how much he values the idea of a young investment grooming it and what have the colts done right by Andrew luck. Like give me something they've done right. They fired all of their people, t y. Hilton is a good player, but they found him a Florida international university. That's not a, that's not a skill that's, you know, that's the ability to get players and find one. That's not a skill. I think people forget because we're so far removed from it that Andrew luck had it before. It went the other way on him. His last good season was forty touchdown, sixteen interceptions nearly five thousand yards. I mean, that's how anywhere eleven and five that year. I think they lost in the AFC championship baby Denver. They beat Peyton Manning in Denver, and then went to an AFC championship game, and they didn't really add. It's it's always puzzling Rosser construction.."