Utah man named Lucas Falk once received part of Titans playbook because they thought he was Luke Falk

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Utah man named Lucas Falk once received part of Titans playbook because they thought he was Luke Falk
Utah man named Lucas Falk once received part of Titans playbook because they thought he was Luke Falk

This tale of mistaken identity begins with Luke vs. Lucas confusion. Luke Falk is a second-year NFL quarterback and Washington State product who made his debut on "Monday Night Football" against the Cleveland Browns after New York Jets backup Trevor Siemian, starting in place of the ill Sam Darnold, suffered an ankle injury. Thrust into his first game action since a December 2017 matchup against in-state rival Washington, Falk performed admirably. He went 20-for-25 with 198 passing yards and did not commit any turnovers, although the Jets lost 23-3. Falk's opportunity allowed Lucas Falk, a 28-year-old human resources manager to Salt Lake City, to step into the spotlight. As Lucas Falk described

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