It's officially time to stop questioning Andrew Luck. And more importantly, it's time to stop questioning the Indianapolis Colts quarterback’s surgically repaired right shoulder.
The questions don't need to come today, tomorrow, next week or next month.
Luck proved that Sunday afternoon, silencing any naysayers worried about his ability to throw the ball with any zip and distance. He reset the clock to his pre-injury days by throwing for a career-high 464 yards and four touchdowns in a 37-34 loss to the Texans.
The questions really came up last week when the Colts pulled Luck for a Hail Mary throw late in the game against the Eagles. But this past week, Luck broke the franchise marks for completions (4) and attempts (62) against the Texans.