I really like Wilson, but it is hard for me to definitively say he is better than Luck when he typically has thrown on average only 15-20 times per game over the course of the last few years due to the Seahawks being ahead due to their ground game and defense. In a number of games I remember watching where he has had to drop back and throw a lot due to them being down (Carolina in the playoffs last year, etc.), he has been a turnover machine with INTs and fumbles -- the same insult non-Colts fans love to hurl at Luck. However, he is very shifty as others have mentioned, and has great accuracy on the run much like Luck. He is a great QB though and I think he and Luck are definitely 1A and 1B in the current generation of QBs -- just about neck and neck. I give the edge to Luck overall because I am bias as a Colts fan.
I realize he is coming off a great year, but I am still not sold on Newton. There is no denying he is a tank at QB, hard to bring down, and throws incredibly hard. However, he is about as immature as it gets and his accuracy isn't phenomenal by any means. I think you will see teams begin to use the blueprint the Broncos used to snuff out Carolina's "ground and pound" offense that was so successful last year which will force Newton into more conventional passing plays which are not his strength. That offense last year was in 3rd and 1 and 3rd and 2 A LOT, and it was perfect for that offense with Newton and the bowling ball RBs they had. I predict Newton will still be solid next year but will not have the same level success as 2015, and I don't think you see Carolina anywhere near the Super Bowl. I may be wrong but I think last year was more of a outlier based on a dominant defense and strong rush attack that worked to perfection with the personnel and schemes in place on both sides of the ball.
At the end of the day, I will still take Luck over the other two, with Wilson in a close second. His mobility coupled with size give him an edge on Wilson, and his passing ability is better than Newton. Obviously if Super Bowls are the main barometer we are using, Wilson and Newton have each gotten further than Luck, but Luck has had by far the least talented teams of the three thus far. Last year concerns me, but I will chalk it up as a fluke with the lacerated kidney. Hopefully with the OL getting fixed, Luck will be in a comfort zone this year that he hasn't had the first few years of his career.
Yes, you're exactly right. It does jskinnz. I just think Gore is due to have a break out season. It's amazing he played as well as he did last yr. with less than stellar next level hole creation on our line.