JockBio Vital Stats
  • Indianapolis Colts • Quarterback • #12
  • Height: 6' 4"
• Weight: 234 • Born: 9/12/89
  • Andrew was the co-valedictorian of the 2008 Stratford High School senior class.
  • Coming out of high school, most college ratings services had Andrew ranked #4 among prep quarterbacks.
  • Andrew became the first freshman to win the starting QB for Stanford since two-sport star Chad Hutchinson in 1996.
  • Stanford’s 34-point defeat of USC in 2009, with Andrew at quarterback, was the worst loss for the Trojans since the 1960s.
  • Andrew was a unanimous pick for All-Pac-10 First Team in 2010. 
  • Andrew was the 2011 Academic All-American of the Year.
  • Andrew was the 2011 winner of the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award as the top college passer.
  • When Andrew was named Pac-12 Player of the Year in 2011, he became the fifth player to win the award twice. The first four were Charles White, John Elway, Rueben Mayes and Reggie Bush.
  • Andrew’s 31–7 record as a college starter set new records for total victories and also winning percentage (81.6).
  • Andrew’s 82 TD passes broke the Stanford school record of 77, previously held by John Elway.
  • In the Colts’ Week 11 loss to the New England Patriots in 2012, Andrew broke Peyton Manning’s record of four 300-yard games for a rookie passer in the NFL.
  • Andrew had a pair of two-TD games as a runner in 2012 —one against the Cleveland Browns and another against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
  • In November of 2012, Andrew shaved his head as a show of support to coach Chuck Pagano, who was undergoing treatment for cancer.
  • Andrew was runner-up to Robert Griffin III in the 2012 Rookie of the Year voting.
  • Andrew won more games than any rookie QB drafted #1 overall.
  • Andrew was picked for the Pro Bowl after his 2012 season. Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis were also chosen from the Colts.
  • Andrew's 54 pass attempts against Baltimore in the 2012 playoffs set a new postseason record for rookie quarterbacks.
  • Andrew's six 300-yard passing games and 627 pass attempts set new rookie records.

 


 

 


Chad Hutchinson,
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Peyton Manning,
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