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    Re: Andrew Luck



    Quote Originally Posted by Bhcforlife View Post
    This was a rookie QB playing his first playoff game against a seasoned, veteran playoff team, in a difficult stadium to play in, in front of an emotional crowd. Not to mention he didn't have the guy who has mentored him and called plays all year long. I don't think you can take much from this game. Luck is going to be a great QB, just don't have a lot of pieces around him right now.
    , and I think he played well in this game for what it was.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    The truth is no one knows. I guess we will just have to come back to this thread two years from now.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PerpetuallyBored74 View Post
    I missed this the 1st time I skimmed your post.

    Can't believe you actually compared Luck to Leaf.
    I really can't. I...

    *speechless*
    In Andrew Luck's first season, he has already surpassed Ryan Leaf's career totals in TDs, completions and passing yards, but still has fewer passing attempts and half of the interceptions, and is way behind in temper tantrums.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    Quote Originally Posted by CoverD View Post
    Obviously...you've never seen Peyton Manning in a game where a WR or OL screws up.
    Actually we lucked out. Their o-line was worse than ours with backups to backups playing. That's how Kruger got 2.5
    sacks.

    This is one game we actually won in the trenches.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    Quote Originally Posted by PerpetuallyBored74 View Post
    I missed this the 1st time I skimmed your post.

    Can't believe you actually compared Luck to Leaf.
    I really can't. I...

    *speechless*
    Skimming his posts is the only way to walk away not irritated.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    Luck is the real deal, but he's not there yet. Gonna take some time for him. Today was going to be tough for him to do well.

    It's not like Mark Sanchez, who looked overmatched the minute he stepped onto a football field.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    Andrew Luck is gonna be a top five QB in due time. He's like a thinking man's Ben Roethlisberger.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    It's a credit to Luck that the Colts made it to the playoffs despite a complete lack of talent at all 3 levels. Football Outsiders (who I trust immensely, although I appreciate that they aren't without fault and shouldn't be taken as gospel) rank them as the worst 11-5 team ever and as the 25th best team in the league. The reason they made the playoffs was due to two things: luck (small L) and Luck (big L), who engineered more game-winning drives to pull out close games than any quarterback ever. His poise and awareness in the pocket is probably the best I've seen in a young QB.

    The Colts' success this year with such a lack of talent gives me no doubt that he'll be a top 5 QB for years to come.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    I think Luck compares favorably with big Jen, he can get out of the pocket and extend plays, and make good things happen, but is also prone to making mistakes and had issues with his completions this year. To his credit though, a lot was asked of him, he didn't have the best of supporting casts, his team is very average in talent overall, with one or two really good players to help him out. Will he be as succsesfull as Jen has been in this league? I'm not so sure. It really depends on Indi's new GM, and how well they draft through the next few years, because they don't have the defense or a dominate run game that Jen has benefited from. They are going to have to be a lot more aggressive with Luck and ask him to win more games than not early on, instead of simply not asking him to mess things up like the Steelers did with Jen, the Ravens did with Flacco, and even the Patriots did with Tom Lady early on.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    To go from 1st overall pick last year to a playoff team this year is a big accomplishment. I was impressed with Luck yesterday. He has a big time arm, and he can move. Plus, you could tell the game wasn't too big for him. He will be a good quarterback.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    The reason they made the playoffs was due to two things: luck (small L) and Luck (big L)
    Add to that a very soft schedule.

    I think Luck compares favorably with big Jen
    Whoa. He needs to get the rings first.

    He will be a good quarterback.
    That I can't disagree with. My question is whether he will be an elite QB in this league, especially playing for that dubious owner and organization. (in other words, will he be as good as Manning was?)




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    Quote Originally Posted by Uli2001 View Post


    That I can't disagree with. My question is whether he will be an elite QB in this league, especially playing for that dubious owner and organization. (in other words, will he be as good as Manning was?)
    I think it's premature for people to label him as a future elite QB. It will be tougher for him next year when defensive coordinators have a years worth of tape to study. Plus, he will have higher expectations after making the playoffs in his rookie year. He definitely has all the tools you look for in a QB. He just needs to keep improving his game.




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    Luck had a few dropped passes on him, sure, but I think he had about 3 dropped interceptions as well (and a couple more could'a-beens but I wouldn't call them a "drop" as that indicates that it really should have been caught, not just that it might'a could'a been, you know?). If his receivers caught their drops and our defenders caught their drops, I think he would have wound up actually looking even worse on the day.

    His fourth quarter comeback attempt went pitifully: 9 / 22, 79 Yards, 0 TD, 1 INT --> 32.2 QB Rating




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    It's amazing that Flacco was the only QB playing yesterday that is NOT a rookie. And Wilson (3rd round pick) is the only rookie that advanced
    World Domination 3 Points at a Time!




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    Re: Andrew Luck

    Quote Originally Posted by Uli2001 View Post
    Whoa. He needs to get the rings first.
    Please read my full comment next time.




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