"I’ve watched hundreds of video snippets from press conferences involving the National Football League. Ninety% of them are boring and predictable, sacked for a loss by tired sports clichés, obligatory responses and polished coach-speak," says columnist Jerry Davich. "And then I watched the impromptu press conference by now former Indianapolis Colts’ superstar quarterback Andrew Luck after their preseason game against the Chicago Bears on Aug. 24. ... That night, as he paused to contain himself more than once, Luck was just as human and vulnerable as the rest of us. He was real. And we felt it. Or we should have felt it. Without calling a play or sharing a huddle, Luck tossed us quite a few life lessons. Did you catch any of them?"