After those posts you start quoting me and talking offense. That isn't what I'm arguing and it never was. All I ever said was that Andrew Luck merely needs a good team around him and that he'll be a good quarterback some day. Apparently that was so appalling to multiple people on this thread that it had to be quoted and responded to multiple times.
Again, I said something about this before but I'll say it again: I think that a lot of Redskins fans want to say that Andrew Luck is doing less with the same opportunities as RG3 because...
They want to feel as if we made the better choice with our massive trading of picks in the draft. RG3 being better than everybody, especially the guy who was drafted ahead of him, while also making sure his success is seen as purely by his own merit and certainly not because of being in better circumstances is important to many Redskins fans because it validates pretty much everything that has happened with this team since the spring.
The fact is that Luck is on a worse football team than RG3 is. He may have some good support in a couple of places but he doesn't have as much as RG3. Luck is going to be a good quarterback in the NFL and Griffin it seems already is.
Once Luck's offensive line develops and perhaps upgrades at a couple of positions, they add a playmaker and not a "he's alright" type of guy at RB, once his WRs outside of 33 year old Reggie Wayne step up and develop, once they add a defense that can at least come up with a few big plays per game and not totally collapse for the first 2 quarters, I think we'll see Andrew Luck looking a whole lot better. Clearly the same could be said of most QBs anywhere ever, but reading pages 5-6 I got the impression that some Redskins fans out there might think Luck isn't going to be as good as he was advertized to be, and pretending like he's had all the chances in the world to lead the Colts to more wins but he's mistake prone. Do you remember watching Peyton Manning in 1998? The guy could flat out play, but he played his way to 26 TDs vs. 28 INTs and a 71 QBR.