Well.... you may watch a lot if football, but you have no idea what you’re talking about. You never had. If I responded to every wrong point in this post, I’d be writing for hours.
So, I’ll stick with the easy stuff to show you how wrong you are. Andrew Luck’s last pass was not an interception. He threw one interception in the Fiesta Bowl overtime loss to Oklahoma State. That went to future first round pick Justin Gilbert. OSU led the nation that year in turnovers that year with 41. That game turned out to be one of Luck’s best in college: 27-31, 369 yards. Nearly 90 percent completion percentage. Stanford out gained OSU by nearly 200 yards. Luck did not get outplayed by Brandon Weeden. Stanford lost because we had a freshman kicker who played hurt — a torn groin muscle. He missed two very easy field goals. If he makes either one, Stanford wins.
Look.. if you prefer Cam Newton over Andrew Luck that’s your call. That’s your opinion. But let’s at least get the facts right. And with Luck, sorry, but you get everything wrong.
Everyone can have an opinion. The world would be boring if we all thought the same.
If the NFL season happens, at least we could each have a chance to be proven correct. My guess is we'll both just solidify our opinions. I think Rivers will have a good season and the Colts win 10-12 games and win the division. I think Cam will do fine with the Pats and they will win 10-12 games and win their much easier division.