Is Indianapolis Colts’ Andrew Luck a Legit MVP Candidate in the 2013 NFL Season?

July 12, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Typically, second-year quarterbacks have to deal with talk of sophomore slumps. For quarterbacks as talented as the Indianapolis Colts' Andrew Luck, loftier goals are clearly within reach.
Recently, I had the chance to do a comparative film study of Luck against the other young quarterbacks in the league. I came away with Luck as my No. 2 QB under 25 years old in the NFL—second only to Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
I wrote: "Luck is a phenomenal prospect and will only continue to get better at the NFL level. Any franchise would be lucky to start its rebuilding plan with a quarterback as physically talented and mentally sharp."
Critics want to point out Luck's shortcomings in year one, but they fail to realize the circumstances he was saddled with as the No. 1 pick and the talent he did without. No, Luck wasn't perfect in his rookie season, but it is more than possible that year two and beyond could be the stuff of legend.
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