I was watching NFLN this morning and can't believe the load of BS they are selling us about Luck. I am completely disappointed with them trying to convince folks that the Colts was some struggling team before Luck came along. Let's be real, the team tanked it's 2011 season to get Luck. Anyone believe otherwise is foolish. They never had a decent QB and considering what the Owner is now stating, one shouldn't be surprised.
I have nothing against Luck but I fault those who seem to love dictating to us how we should see these players. All these so called Chosen QBs should be treated like the ones who are not so Chosen. Especially if they were drafted at number one. Why should Cam be anymore scrutinized and his every actions nit-picked because he was drafted at # 1, but Luck, who was also picked at # 1, is quietly getting the necessary help he needs to transition into a better NFL QB. We should be able to nitpick and scrutinize Luck the same way, especially since he's so chosen.
I don't know what "help" Andrew Luck is getting that any other QB doesn't get. They have all QB coaches. (Even Peyton Manning has had a QB coach every year that he has been in the NFL.)
I do think Luck has benefited (Just like Peyton and Eli) coming from a family who's Father played QB in the NFL.
When Chris Long got drafted Jake asked him if there was anything he teach him or answer. Chris told his Father, not a da** thing!" I don't see Andrew, Peyton or Eli ever saying that to their Fathers.
I also think that good players get calls going their way. (There's a reason Michael Jordan only fouled out of 1 game in his NBA career!) I think during their heyday, Peyton Manning and Tom Brady had calls go their way. (Not that Andrew Luck is there.)
PS: I think it's ludicrous to argue who's a better QB so early in their career. Just wait until they get to Peyton's and Brady's age/career then argue it.