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Here's mine in order: based on who I think will have the best career....
1. Andrew Luck - best pure passer, Luck might not be able to run like the other guys (he can still run though) but his accuracy and ability to read a defense is unreal. Having an eidetic memory helps.
2. Kaepernick - bigger than RG3 and Wilson and has an absolute Cannon for an arm. Only played 9 games in his career (as a starter) and its scary how good he can be.
3. Russell Wilson and RG3 - these guys are so close that I'm not sure who will be better. RG3 has durability issues which worries me and why I don't have him at number 1 and Wilson is fantastic but I just don't think he'll end up better than Luck.
This is a completely subjective list and you could slot any guy at any spot and you won't have an argument from me. Tough list, I just feel Luck will end up having the best career when it's all said and done. He doesn't have a D like Kaepernick and Wilson and took a 2 win team to 10 wins despite a lot of INT's.
Don't tase me, Nova. Go easy on me homie.
EDIT: I do believe teams will learn to slow down that read/option and that's another reason I like Luck for best career, he's the best passer of the bunch.
This post was edited by Lesticals on 1/30/2013 at 4:41 PM
Danielle Hunter, Jamario Rasco, Anthony FREAK Johnson.. DL wrecking crew of 2013.
I'd go with your rankings. Give Andrew Luck the 49ers D and he'd be in the Super Bowl too.
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