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Thread: Why are we aiming to draft Luck and not RG3

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    Luck is way more talented. Has nothing to do with skin color.


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    It has nothing to do with stats. It's how a player's style will transition into the NFL. Luck is an NFL-ready QB. Watch highlights of the two, or maybe even take the time to watch them play a whole game. If you did than you wouldn't even be bringing this up.
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    The guy is shorter than Luck..I don't know much about Luck other he has the size..This other guy is John Beck size and looks like he's throwing against lesser opponents.
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    Not that his stats from last year are bad, but his numbers this year are obviously not normal. Anyone can look at an 82% completion rating and 230 rating and say hes the best player ever. Lets not take a small sample size and think this kid is a career 82% passer. Baylor runs a lot of screens and short pass routes that are high percentage plays. I think he may be worth a 1st round pick, but to say he should be taken 1st overall instead of Luck is a little irrational.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koolvid View Post
    if they arent why are we drafting luck over RG3? oce again RG3 even has a worse team
    You do understand Luck in on a run first, ground and pound Stanford team right?? RG3 is listed as 6-2 and he isn't even that tall. The guy 2nd on that list Russel Wilson, is a very interested pospect, but he isn't on Andrew Luck's level. Luck is truely amazing. I have starting taping and watching every game this year of his, and he is NFL ready RIGHT NOW!!! He is a team first player who doesn't care about stats. Several times I have seen him down close to the goalline change from a pass play into a run. He is about getting the job done not about stats.
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    The OP needs to stop playing the race card. It's a tired and inflammatory excuse.
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    Griffin over Luck??? That is really really ****in stupid
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