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Great Read On Luck, As Compared To Manning, Ryan, Elway


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yeah i just watched it myself. while there is no such thing as a sure bet, luck has much more upside, then downside

Not necessarily. Luck may very well have been at his best last season. He could plateau. I'd rather take someone with a lot of raw, untapped talent who needs some time. That's what Rodgers was, Steven Young too.

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Not necessarily. Luck may very well have been at his best last season. He could plateau. I'd rather take someone with a lot of raw, untapped talent who needs some time. That's what Rodgers was, Steven Young too.

You can say that about any QB in college. "Well maybe this year was his best year and he won't get better" Keep in mind that this year Luck had absolutely nobody, besides a good line, and a good running back. His defense was crap, his receivers were crap and the coach was useless. He was the leader of that team... sound familiar?

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Not necessarily. Luck may very well have been at his best last season. He could plateau. I'd rather take someone with a lot of raw, untapped talent who needs some time. That's what Rodgers was, Steven Young too.

That was also a guy like Akili Smith. How did that work out?

The guys who know this stuff and I mean like live, eat, and breath this stuff say Luck is a can't miss guy. They also fully understand what they are saying when they say he's the best thing to come along since Manning. Now clearly NOTHING in the draft is a lock but these who are much more educated than any of us on this forum seem to think he's about as close to as a lock as you are going to get in the draft.

Also if we are going to keep Manning it makes sense to draft the guy who is more like Manning because that means he can learn the same offense and you don't have to change it like you would for a RGIII.

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