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    Quote Originally Posted by freefree View Post
    they both has great nfl arms they both have good knowledge of the game both showed toughness and athletesism .both had some good games . tannihill is coming into a familiar system and his college coach will be his oc so why is luck considered so much more nfl ready just saying?
    Tannehill will be playing in a familiar system that he didn't play that well in.

    Watch Andrew Luck play. Kid is essentially Peyton Manning with mobility. Throws the football 75 yards into the wind. Called his own plays in college. That's rare. That shows the ability to learn a playbook front to back and step into the league ready to go out and perform.

    It's not hard to see.

    Andrew Luck is the first legitimate franchise QB to enter the league since John Elway...another Stanford graduate.

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    my point is that he is being drafted on his potential as well as tannihill
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    EVERYONE is drafted on potential. And when you're a four-year starter from Stanford with the arm & accuracy, in a system in which you called your own plays, called your own audibles at the line (even in the late moments of a close bowl game), managed protections and all of that other jazz, you are without question the top prospect in the draft.

    Kids like Andrew Luck are incredibly rare. He's as close to a sure thing as you can possibly get in a QB.
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    Idk but Andrew Luck sounds funny. Very happy we got a Stud instead of a Crud

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    Quote Originally Posted by freefree View Post
    my point is that he is being drafted on his potential as well as tannihill
    Everybody is drafted by potential. Thats why you scout them and watch tape of them. Obviously Miami saw something in T-Hill that warranted the 8th pick. Every player in the draft has potential, some more than others, and sometimes, those with supposed less potential end up being the better players...its all relative...
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    Clearly, Trent Dilfer >>> Dan Marino.
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    if he is played in sec he probably been a mid round pick as best
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    Quote Originally Posted by freefree View Post
    if he is played in sec he probably been a mid round pick as best
    I don't live in fantasy land. So I don't have a whole lot of "if" in my life.

    But if my aunt had a penis she'd be my uncle.
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