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  1. If Colts had selected RG3, I think Luck would have thrived in the Shanahan's system. The scheme attacks defenses and puts the QB in a position to succeed and the coaches get the most out of the skills of the QB running it. I didn't expect RG3 to have the type of year he has had in year 1, but I would have expected it from Luck given what he did at Stanford, particularly his junior year. I know you guy are ecstatic about Arians and your record, but I think the NFL is entering a new era of offense and Luck has the skills to thrive in it and the system they are running doesn't get the most out
  2. Cam was a Pro Bowl alternate last year. As far as national sports media bias that goes to the AP NFL awards far more than the Pro Bowl. The Pro Bowl selection system is less flawed than AP's OROY and NFL MVP voting system. While it is true 1/3 of Pro Bowl voting comes from fans, 2/3 comes from players and coaches. The OROY of the year award and NFL MVP award are based on single votes of 50 voters who the AP selects as voters. Unlike the Heisman where voters select 1st place, 2nd place, 3rd place, OROY and MVP only get a single vote. Also the same voters who vote for OROY also vote for NFL
  3. 55% completion percentage from the PAC 10/12.... Mark Sanchez.
  4. He will attend as an alternate. Marino and Bob Griffin are the only QB rookies to ever make it on the original roster.
  5. Not according to their peers, NFL coaches and fans voting. What should have been is debatable, what is not is that RG3 joined Dan Marino in an accomplishment that no other rookie QBs have ever accomplished in history.
  6. RG3 joins Dan Marino as the only 2 NFL rookie QBs to ever make the original Pro Bowl roster. That is pretty elite. In fact, it's far more rare than OROY which will have it's seventh QB to win the award this year.
  7. Before today only 1 rookie NFL QB in history, Dan Marino, had ever made it to the original Pro Bowl roster. Not really a snub considering history.
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