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Look who's last for voting for the QB you want the next 10 years.

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I dont get the hate for Luck. He took over a 2 win blown up team, was asked to do a ton, had no good RB (ok Vick Ballard) and made the play offs.

The Colts strength of schedule was more pathetic than even the Falcons.

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...congrats to the Media who bash him and then never acknowledges this NEW brand of football that he and the Panthers Pioneered in the modern NFL.

We didn't get credit when Deangelo and Henning established the Wildcat either..

Innovation begins here...credit begins elsewhere...damn we need back to back winning seasons..

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Gee an ESPN vote that goes the way of the ESPN talking points. The fact that Luck is first, says a lot.

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Who knows how good of a pocket passer Luck will develop into, he could be the next Tom Brady or Peyton Manning for all we know. The kid is smart.

MY point was that Cam is better than Kaep because Cam always gets "hit" but the defenders bounce right off him, Cam can take all the contact in the world but it doesn't matter. Kaep is only 15 lbs less than Cam and the same height though so I wouldn't doubt Kaep can get some nice YAC too

I doubt Kaep is "15 lbs less than Cam".

Colin maybe listed at 230lbs, and Cam at 245lb. But everyone around Cam (that should know, including Cam himself), has said he weighs 260-265lbs.

I have a feeling, the reason why Cam doesn't list his true, current weight is: Because he doesn't want defenders to try to kill him, and refs overlooking vicious hit attempts on him. Think about it?

Nonetheless, your point of taking hits is true (though I'd rather see Cam have better protection and take less hits in the future).

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Further proves that fans live in the moment and only look to the past to find support for their stance as opposed to being able to view past, present, and future objectively.

A day on the Huddle teaches that.

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A public vote usually doesn't result in an intelligent conclusion.

which is why you have the pro-bowl as it is.

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Cam will still be standing tall at the end.

At one point, Blaine, Locker, Ponder, and Dalton were all considered better choices than Cam. Now they don't even grace the list, and that's including Dalton whose taken his team to the playoffs in his first two years.

Speaking of Dalton, does that reminds you of someone else who 'took their team to playoff as a rookie.

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You have to understand that most of the world only knows Cam as "that guy cheesing in commercials without a winning season who I saw get slaughtered by the Giants once."

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I don't know what is not to like of Collin.

He's faster than cam, and does not let his emotions get the best of him.

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I don't know what is not to like of Collin.

He's faster than cam, and does not let his emotions get the best of him.

Then you must have not saw that TD/Spike/taunt where he drew a immediate flag during his first playoff game.

I like Colin to. But let's cool it on the direct Cam comparisons. He's only played 9 games. And he's playing on a team that made career bust--Alex Smith--one of the highest rated passers in the NFL (both this year and last year), who brought them to the conference finals in 2011-2012. We must keep this in perspective.

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Which is the one guy who hasn't been to the playoffs?

That's why he's in last in the poll.

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