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This stud from Northern Illinios is awesome. He went to my high school back in the day. I was an all stater at DT. He was an all every thing at QB. This dude can do everything. He can run,pass, and fake. He is probably the most under rated player in this draft. Chandler Harnish needs a good look at by this Colts head office. He is going to be a great player in the NFL. He is a huge Colts fan and want to play for his home team. Go Norwell Go Colts.

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Good luck with Luck. This team is going to end up winning a few games. We wont get Luck. If we do, then he will be traded for more picks or other players. Luck wll not want to play in Indianapolis. Why would he? The city is not anything special. He is not going to want to play for a team that is going to be so depenent on him being a superstar right away. If Luck did come here and didnt win right away, this city would throw him under the bus. This is different times. The elite players can pick and choose where they want to play. If Luck is anything like the other great Stanford QB Elway, he will tell the Colts to bugger off.

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Good luck with Luck. This team is going to end up winning a few games. We wont get Luck. If we do, then he will be traded for more picks or other players. Luck wll not want to play in Indianapolis. Why would he? The city is not anything special. He is not going to want to play for a team that is going to be so depenent on him being a superstar right away. If Luck did come here and didnt win right away, this city would throw him under the bus. This is different times. The elite players can pick and choose where they want to play. If Luck is anything like the other great Stanford QB Elway, he will tell the Colts to bugger off.

Overreact much?

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