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Stanford in the NFL: Luck-led Colts roll past Bengals

Perhaps playing with a chip on his shoulder after being all but eliminated from the NFL’s MVP race despite posting incredible numbers this season, Luck was almost inhuman as his Indianapolis Colts coasted to victory against the Cincinnati Bengals. Luck completed 31 of his 44 pass attempts for 376 yards even as Indianapolis largely ended its passing game after the third quarter as it ran out the clock against its outmatched opponents.

Stanford in the NFL: Taylor growing into threat

It wasn’t long ago that a 5-foot-9, 214-pound running back by the name of Stepfan Taylor consistently out-muscled defenders and ran power up the middle despite a slightly smaller frame for the job description. Taylor, the only Stanford running back ever to record three seasons with at least 200 carries and 1000 yards, is now in the midst of his second season in the NFL with the Arizona Cardinals.