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At 33 years of age, Andrew Luck realistically could have still been playing in the NFL if he had stayed healthy. But as Luck has now been retired from the game for four years, meaning that next season he will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. And even though he only played seven seasons in the league, he’s got a very compelling case to be in Canton.

This week, the NFL Rookie Watch Twitter account shared some pretty insane stats that give a snapshot of just how dominant Andrew Luck was throughout his NFL career.

“Andrew Luck will officially be eligible for the Hall of Fame in 2024.

Luck’s stats over his first six seasons in the NFL were mind BOGGLING.

Luck had 171 passing TD’s (3rd all-time), trailing only Dan Marino and Patrick Mahomes.

23,671 passing yards (4th all-time), trailing only Peyton Manning, Marino, and Mahomes.

275.2 passing yards per game (3rd all-time), trailing only Matthew Stafford and Mahomes.

One of the NFL’s best QB’s before he retired,” NFL Rookie Watch wrote on Twitter.

The stats are absolutely insane and it’s pretty wild to consider that Luck is already almost eligible for the Hall of Fame. As a result, people had plenty to say about it on social media.

Luck will now await his Hall of Fame fate next year.

[NFL Rookie Watch]