Is Andrew Luck the Most Sure Thing NFL QB Prospect Since Peyton Manning?

Posted by John Lorge on November-19-2009 Add Comments

Stanford's redshirt freshman QB Andrew Luck is making a good argument for the title "best quarterback in the country." After navigating the Cardinal to a 55-21 road win over USC, in which Luck threw for two TDs and ran for one with no interceptions, Luck is starting to hit the national spotlight—and he deserves it.

Luck has completed 58 percent of his passes (138-238), amassing 2,220 yards and 13 TDs with only three interceptions through 10 games. He has also displayed good athleticism, both in the pocket (six sacks) and the open field (288 yards, two TDs).

Stanford's leader is senior running back Toby Gerhart, a Doak Walker finalist and Heisman dark horse, but without the strong play of Luck the Cardinal wouldn't ...

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