The Cincinnati Bengals had just won a game and were on the verge of the playoffs, but after the bye week, they faced a game against the San Diego Chargers.
As the Bengals’ season approached its climax, the team had already drafted three defensive linemen and had an opportunity to add a fourth.
The Bengals were also close to trading up to select quarterback Dalton and defensive end Joey Bosa.
But when the Bengals made the move, they didn’t expect it to be for a quarterback, and instead decided to trade for the rights to former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andrew Luck.
The trade was a big one for the Bengals, who were desperate for help at quarterback.
But, they were hoping that they would land a quarterback who would help them win a playoff game and also give them a shot at drafting a star in the draft.
But Luck was still in Cincinnati, waiting to be drafted by the Colts.
And the team that made the trade, the Baltimore Ravens, didn’t seem too keen on drafting a quarterback.
They also didn’t like Luck at all, but the Bengals weren’t going to risk drafting a guy who wasn’t on the roster.
And when the Colts selected Luck with the No. 3 overall pick, it didn’t take long for the team to realize that the deal was a mistake.
The decision to draft Luck was a complete bust for the Ravens, who didn’t get the top draft pick they had wanted and were left to pick up the pieces that had been lost along the way.
Read more about Andrew Luck: Colts owner Jim Irsay: “We just felt like we had no shot” with Luck The Indianapolis Colts drafted Luck with their first pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
The team wanted to get their quarterback in the first round, but had already spent a lot of time evaluating the quarterback position over the offseason.
They felt that they had an excellent chance to take Luck with that pick, and they were ready to move up.
But they were also ready to do some business, and the deal didn’t pan out as planned.
Instead of drafting Luck with his first overall pick in this year’s draft, the Indianapolis Colts selected Andrew Luck with a third overall pick.
Luck was originally slated to go to the Indianapolis Seahawks, but that trade never materialized.
After the draft, Colts owner Tom Werner said, “We were really disappointed, because Andrew had an incredible talent.
He had a great future in front of him.”
So what happened to Andrew Luck?
Luck’s first NFL game was against the Philadelphia Eagles, and he completed 6-of-8 passes for 65 yards and one touchdown.
He was just as good in a game in Week 2 against the Dallas Cowboys.
On the next play, Luck threw an interception to the Dallas defense.
Luck had thrown four interceptions this season.
Luck went on to score four touchdowns in his final two games.
This week, the Colts are set to play the Pittsburgh Steelers in Pittsburgh.
Luck is scheduled to face the Baltimore Colts on Thursday night.
The Steelers have a bye week and will play two of their games in Pittsburgh this week.
Luck has thrown four touchdown passes this season, including the first three in Sunday’s win over the Chicago Bears.
Luck will be eligible to return to the field on Sunday, but it will likely be for just a few minutes.
Luck did have some good moments this week, however.
He threw for 259 yards and a touchdown in the Colts’ loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Luck also had a pair of interceptions against the Chicago Chiefs.
But the most impressive performance Luck had this week was in the second quarter of Sunday’s game against Seattle.
Luck threw three touchdowns, and Indianapolis scored a touchdown with one of the two touchdowns coming on a 2-yard TD run by receiver T.Y. Hilton.
Luck’s performance was a sign that the Colts have a legitimate chance to win a championship this year.
Luck has played in just four games this season with one start coming against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
He has only thrown for three touchdowns and one interception, but he has a great chance to have more than 100 yards passing this season and a solid shot at playing in the playoffs.
Luck should be the favorite for the starting quarterback job.