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What is with all the Andrew Luck talk?

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Its not just people on this forum that are all over Andrew Lucks n*ts, its all the NFL. Andrew Luck is the top prospect on everyone's draft boards and he is only a redshirt Soph. He just a special prospect that I never thought we had a chance at, now that we do, we better take advantage of it.

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You are lucky I don't neg you...

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You are lucky I don't neg you...

:)

Well I could not blame you, but I have been pretty lucky on here so far but maybe I should not press my luck.

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If it weren't for bad luck, we wouldn't be able to draft Luck

True and also would we be drafting good luck or bad luck. You know the draft is just a gamble and based a lot on luck. If we did manage to get Luck would he wear lucky number 7?

OK I am done :)

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It would really help if you did....

Meh, would rather spend time with my wife and two kids and save the Sundays for pro.

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Its not just people on this forum that are all over Andrew Lucks n*ts, its all the NFL. Andrew Luck is the top prospect on everyone's draft boards and he is only a redshirt Soph. He just a special prospect that I never thought we had a chance at, now that we do, we better take advantage of it.

kind of like how they were with Reggie Bush?

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why is it that every time some player gets all the hype people start bringing up hyped up players that failed? only thing that shouts to me is "i'm afraid of taking a risk". that isn't going to win you any rings.

failure sucks, but it's better than not trying to get better. you want to be the best, you have to take a gamble on big players. more often than not they deserve the hype.

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failure sucks, but it's better than not trying to get better. you want to be the best, you have to take a gamble on big players. more often than not they deserve the hype.

Excellent point there rayzor! Remember when Peyton came out of Tenn.? What was the knock on him? He couldn't win the big one! Yep.. there were some (a lot actually) that thought some guy named Leaf was better.

It is a gamble but with a little Luck, we could have a franchise QB. Damn I did it again...

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