Saints Colts UFO Video: Watch Extra Terrestrial Activity Scope out Indy Beatdown

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Perhaps we aren't the only life-forms in this universe wondering if the Indianapolis Colts are bad enough to obtain Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft.

There's been a whole lot of talk lately about the "race" to be the worst team in the league this year, and while that may not seem like something an NFL team would aspire for, there is certainly a light at the end of the tunnel.

Luck is highly touted as a hands-down first overall pick in the NFL draft, and some even consider him to be one of the best quarterback prospects to come out in years.

It could be said that Luck is the best college quarterback in the world, and this latest video might go a ways in proving that.

Forget the world, Luck could be the best college quarterback in the universe.

The clip starts off with a promo for the next weeks Sunday Night Football game, but the game that is being taped is the 62-7 beatdown that the Colts took at the hands of the New Orleans Saints a few weeks ago.

It starts off normal, but if you watch closely enough you will immediately see a ray of light, almost like a shooting star, shoot across the screen. That light beam happens not just once, but three times, and on three different angles.

That simple explanation would be that the camera crews stumbled upon an excellent display of astronomical activity, but when the shot is slowed down it displays a rather curious, and I dare say, chilling image.

When put in slow-motion the "shooting star" looks awfully similar to a flying disc of light, even appearing to have little circular lights on top of it.

Could it be a UFO?

I suppose anything is possible, but I'm going to let you make the final decision on that.

While everyone will come up with their own conclusions upon seeing this video, there is one thing that is certain...

The "Suck for Luck" campaign is alive and well, and perhaps we aren't the only ones interested in finding out which NFL team is going to be bad enough to snag him.

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