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The most untradeable player in the NFL

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07:23 AM ET 02.07 | Oh, to be Andrew Luck. He's six years younger than Aaron Rodgers, as athletic as Cam Newton, much bigger than Russell Wilson and as clutch as they come. If you had to select one player to build your team around at the most important position, you would choose [Luck]. "He has the stuff that makes legends," said Colts linebacker Robert Mathis. Luck is poised to leave his legacy on the game because he has all of the qualities, which would make him the No. 1 selection in this quarterback-driven league if NFL general managers held a draft. ... Luck is only 24, meaning he has likely 12 to 14 years left where he can play at a high level and making him more valuable than the four best quarterbacks in the NFL ??? Manning (age 37), Tom Brady (36), Drew Brees (35) and Rodgers (30).

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February 7, 2014  07:44 AM ET

You got to have a little Luck in the NFL........

February 7, 2014  07:47 AM ET

So, is this a response to persistent rumors that the Colts are trying to trade Luck for Mark Sanchez and Geno Smith?

I see no reason for this article.

February 7, 2014  07:48 AM ET
QUOTE(#2):

I see no reason for this article.

STATING THE OBVIOUS!

February 7, 2014  08:03 AM ET

yeah, nice filler.

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February 7, 2014  08:28 AM ET

THe NFL Post doesn't call their writers " No Brainers " for nothing.

February 7, 2014  08:35 AM ET

Next threads: Basic Shape of Footballs Unlikely To Change, Many Stadium Seats Will Have Fans In Them Next Season, and The Beatles Were Good.

February 7, 2014  08:41 AM ET
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Next threads: Basic Shape of Footballs Unlikely To Change,

Careful there, Goodell seems to want to change everything else about the game.

February 7, 2014  08:55 AM ET

You would have a good argument for any of those QB's mention to build a team around, but I would take Rodgers over the rest. He has the arm strength and mobility a QB needs in todays NFL to succeed in passing and getting away from defensive lineman .

February 7, 2014  08:58 AM ET

The NFP must have hijacked this stoopid article from Fansided.

February 7, 2014  09:07 AM ET

Are you telling me something new?

February 7, 2014  09:16 AM ET

I hear water is wet too.

February 7, 2014  09:37 AM ET

Well then let's put him in the HOF.

February 7, 2014  09:56 AM ET
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Well then let's put him in the HOF.

And Dancing With The Stars. And Papa John's ads.

February 7, 2014  10:30 AM ET
QUOTE(#14):

And Dancing With The Stars. And Papa John's ads.

Since Luck is the successor to Peyton in Indy, might as well carry it to the Papa John's ads.

February 7, 2014  10:35 AM ET

NFP = No **** Point

February 7, 2014  10:35 AM ET

F I n g

February 7, 2014  10:36 AM ET
QUOTE(#12):

I hear water is wet too.

This winter it hasn't been, at least so far. ;^)

February 7, 2014  10:53 AM ET

Luck is as athletic as Cam Newton?

 
February 7, 2014  10:57 AM ET
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Luck is as athletic as Cam Newton?

Check out their combine numbers sometime.

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