Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck will attempt to become the first rookie quarterback since 1995 to beat the Patriots in New England when the Colts travel to Foxboro Sunday afternoon.
If there were ever a rookie at the position to pull off the feat—especially now against Tom Brady—it might just be Luck, who has quickly established himself as the new high-water mark for first-year quarterbacks.
However, like any young quarterback, Luck is far from a finished product. Brady is the definition of it. There's plenty Luck can learn from Brady to help fine-tune his own game.
In the following slides, we break down where Luck can learn from Brady, one of the generation's best quarterbacks.