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NFL draft: Luck #1 Overall pick

by Lance Gillilland on April 26, 2012
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As has been widely predicted, Andrew Luck was taken first overall by the Indianapolis Colts.

After P. Manning went to the Broncos, this has been almost a guaranteed first overall pick.  Luck has some big shoes to fill in Indy as he takes on the role of QB/savior for the Colts who looked inept for much of last season without Peyton at the helm.  After many successful seasons, ending the year at 2 and 14 was a surprise, making me wonder if Luck has all the right pieces in place around him.  Will he get off to a successful start or will he flounder in a system that was often engineered by the on-the-field offensive coordinator in Manning?

The annual NFL draft is running live on the NFL network.

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    So far haven’t seen any upsets in the picks. Now we’ll see how long it takes for Luck and RG3 to actually make an impact in the league

 
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