Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III have dominated NFL headlines as young quarterbacks on the rise. NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas expects Cam Newton to upstage them all in 2013. Newton "Call it bouncing...Show More Summary
Bruce Arians ripped the No. 61 ranking of Ben Roethlisberger on NFL Network's Top 100 players and lamented that he was below Andrew Luck.
Bruce Arians ripped the "ridiculous" ranking of Ben Roethlisberger on the NFL Network's Top 100 players (No. 61) and lamented the fact that Ben was below Andrew Luck.
We haven’t heard much about Cam Newton lately. Since early last season, it seems Newton has been overshadowed by a bunch of young quarterbacks. Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III started winning and took a lot of attention off Newton, who was the No. Show More Summary
There are things that NFL coaches want to see from their quarterbacks as they enter year No. 2. Even with such a talented crop of second-year quarterbacks in Andrew Luck, Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III, coaches are going to want to see more. Show More Summary
For most quarterbacks heading into their second NFL seasons, a change in offensive coordinators would be a very bad thing. Andrew Luck’s experience has been a little different. The Colts quarterback had to say goodbye to Bruce Arians when Arians got the head coaching job in Arizona, but the transition to Pep Hamilton should be…
In 2011, Cam Newton burst onto the scene looking like the league’s best young quarterback and the best rookie quarterback the NFL had ever seen. But in 2012, Newton was largely overshadowed by young quarterbacks like Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick. Newton said on NFL Network that he’s not envious…
Rarely do offensive rookies make a huge impact during their first year in the league, Sure, every now and then you get an Andrew Luck, Adrian Peterson or Randy Moss, but it's more common to see rookies struggle to make a big impact in year one. Show More Summary
There is one player firmly entrenched atop 2014 NFL draft watchlists. That player is South Carolina defender Jadeveon Clowney. Not since Andrew Luck, and before him not since Mario Williams, have we seen a player so dominant that he was the default No. Show More Summary
Whether it was Russell Wilson against Robert Griffin III, or Andrew Luck against Ryan Tannehill, 2012 provided plenty of great one-on-one matchups all season long. Quarterbacks were obviously highlighted the most as they proved to have the most success. Show More Summary
The NFL draft is anything but an exact science. Twelve months before the 2013 draft, Matt Barkley and Manti Te'o were popular names to go up toward the top. Twelve months before the 2012 draft, Andrew Luck was as sure a thing as one could get, but Robert Griffin III came out of nowhere. Show More Summary
Quarterback Josh Nunes, the heir to Andrew Luck at Stanford, retired from football Monday, his decision triggered by a freak weightlifting accident in February. During a bench press, Nunes felt his right shoulder pop, then the weight fell on his … Continue reading ?
Last offseason, the Colts' new front office and coaches preached running and stopping the run. But then they went out and drafted skill players: two tight ends, two wide receivers and a running back along with Andrew Luck. This year,...Show More Summary
The Colts are very serious about upgrading the protection for Andrew Luck. They’ve had three picks so far, and have used the last two on linemen: Third-round guard Hugh Thornton and now fourth-rounder Khaled Holmes from USC, 121st overall. The Colts signed Samson Satele as a free agent last year, but he had a disappointing season. Show More Summary
Just a year ago, USC quarterback Matt Barkley would have been in a tough competition with Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III for the first overall pick in the NFL draft. He made the decision to return for his senior year of college, where the Trojans were expected to compete for a national title and Barkley had Heisman expectations surrounding him. Show More Summary
The 2013 NFL draft didn't feature a player the caliber of Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III. The saving grace, at least in terms of watching it unfold, has been the draft's unpredictability. The perfect example of this unpredictability is Matt Barkley still being on the board heading into Day 3. Show More Summary
The Indianapolis Colts came into the 2013 NFL draft with a plan that involved bringing in protection for Andrew Luck as well as some pieces on the defense. So far, so good. With their first two selections, the Colts were able to bring in Bjoern Werner, the defensive end out of Florida State, and Hugh Thornton, the offensive guard out of Illinois. Show More Summary
In a sea of solid, if unimpressive, running backs that make up this year's draft class, Stepfan Taylor stands alone as the most well-rounded prospect. He began his career in the shadow of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck, and the year after Luck was drafted put on his best performance as a senior. Show More Summary
The 2013 NFL draft is light on high-end talent at the quarterback position. Unlike last year, when Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin were the first two picks in the draft, there's no true "can't-miss" prospects among this year's crop. What...Show More Summary
Could Andrew Luck line up behind an offensive line that’s 60 percent new in 2013? Right tackle Gosder Cherilus is a certainly as a new starter, and Donald Thomas should win a starting guard slot. Now Hugh Thornton, a guard from Illinois,...Show More Summary