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Andrew Luck the 23rd ranked player in the nfl?

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LOL did you watch him? He should have been top 20 man. He's a stud.

 

Cam should also have been close to top 20

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Bottom line.............Win games and get in the tournament

 

"stats are for losers"

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LOL did you watch him? He should have been top 20 man. He's a stud.

Cam should also have been close to top 20

I watched every frickin' snap. The kid is absurdly overrated. I don't give a flying f*ck what anyone thinks about it because they don't know what the hell they're talking about. He was barely the 23rd best quarterback, but everyone finds his numbers so appealing without the context of an absurd number of snaps.

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Bottom line.............Win games and get in the tournament

"stats are for losers"

So why wasn't Joe Flacco ranked higher?

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Took his team to the playoffs?

Went 11-5 with subpar talent around him?

Broke Cam's record for passing yards by a rookie?

I love Cam but until he starts winning games he will not get the respect that his talent deserves. It's sad but true. People want him to be this and that but ultimately all he needs is W's. Had Cam followed up his record setting rookie year with 11 wins, a playoff birth, and the exact same stats he had last year, he would be on the cover of every magazine and would be ESPN's new "it" guy.

Is it all Cam's fault? No. Some of it? Yes (two loses directly resulted in a play of his).

If Cam had a better coach I think this wouldn't even be an issue. But that may not happen for a while. So sit back and enjoy it bc until those last minute losses turn into wins this is going to continue to happen.

When "Cam starts winning games"? I think you mean when the "Carolina Panthers" start winning games.

It was the "Indianapolis Colts" who won 11 games not "Andrew Luck".

Let's not forget they promptly exited the playoffs behind Lucks 0 TD 1 INT 1 FUM and 59.8 QB rating performance.

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So why wasn't Joe Flacco ranked higher?

. Because logic is a foreign concept to Luck-lovers.

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Take away the guys name and he is probably not even in the top 100. Bottom line.

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Took his team to the playoffs?

 

Went 11-5 with subpar talent around him?

 

Broke Cam's record for passing yards by a rookie?

 

 

Threw how many picks? 

 

Had a lower rating than Blaine Gabbert?

 

Had the Coach of the Year and a very underrated defense and O-Line?

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No way he had a lower rating then gabby?

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If Cam threw as many times luck did his rookie Season, Cam would've had 5,000 yards.

 

That's not even homerisim. That's like just comparing stats.

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