Round 1: DeVante Parker (WR):
Speed, size/height, and efficient WR.
Round 2: Denzel Perryman (I-LB):
Behind Suh, quality I-LB.
Round 4: Ali Marpet (Guard)
Quality late round starting Guard, very smart, and tough.
Round 5: Jalen Collins (CB)
Possible quality CB w/ work.
Round 5: Jamil Douglas (Guard/Center/Tackle)
Guard, can also play center and tackle.
Round 6: Malcolm Brown (RB)
Consistent short yardage powerback.
Luck is in the AFC and RGIII in NFC. So they will most likely meet once every 4 years... not a rivalry regardless if they are the top 2 QBs.
What help create the rivalry between Ind/Peyton and NE/Brady was that both teams finished first in their division for most of their tenures, which guaranteed at least one regular season game and they also met in the Playoffs (since they both were very good teams).
In order for a Luck/RT rivalry you need to have Ind and Mia finish first for a few years.
Even if we finish first because of the defense, the media will create it a QB vs QB match.
If this year we and colts finish 2nd then I see it starts a rivalry - because I predict in 2 or so years - once Brady fades - and we on top of AFC East and let the rivalry continues every single year.
Are you kidding? It's more like Manning vs Henne
There are gonna be so many great battles between these two.
So glad we have Tannehill!
Suck for Luck?
We were dyin' for Ryan!
oh please make it stop, let's allow this stuff to play out. You are talking 2 future HOfers in Brady vs. manning, Luck looks like he can be great, Tannheill looks like he can be good. Just enjoy watching them develop.
Hate to say I'm with junc. I can honestly say nationally Tannehill is in the conversation now, I think he was. Conversations with guys at work (pats land), WEEI Boston and Mike Lombardi this morning it's all RGIII and Luck, no mention of Tannehill this week.
Andrew Luck VS New England
0-4 with 6 TD's and 10 picks. Not sure "Suck for Luck" helps in our division. Maybe we stop the "meaningless wins" talk.