The players involved may not appreciate the "Suck for Luck" campaigns, but there is no questioning the impact of Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck in either Miami or Indianapolis next season. Yes, the Rams are still winless, but even they, considering their location in the NFC West, figure to win enough games to drop to third or fourth in next year's draft.
The Dolphins and Colts look to be in a fight to the bitter end, and as the losses mount so does the likelihood of both head coaches Tony Sparano and Jim Caldwell respectively being unemployed sooner rather than later.
The Dolphins also appear to have the edge if they want to lose out. Right now, they don't play a team with a losing record in their final 10 games. But the Colts do, with two remaining games against 2-5 Jacksonville.
For the Dolphins, the former teams of QB greats Dan Marino and Bob Griese, getting the draft rights to Luck would excite the fan base. Owner Steven Ross has denied multiple reports this week that he h...