Found January 09, 2012 on Football Nation:
Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III, who is the real number one?   We all know that the Indianapolis Colts have the first pick of the 2012 NFL draft, the question is not what position they will draft for the question is who they will draft.  Granted as of right now Griffin III has not declared for the NFL draft, but it is hard to believe that he would stay in school after the season he had at Baylor.  The overwhelming majority of analysts that follow the college and pro football game at the start of the season had, whoever picked number one taking Stanford’s Andrew Luck but no one anticipated the year that Griffin III would have as he shocked much of the college football world.  In this article we want to look at both of these outstanding players and how their talents would fit in Indianapolis.  We also want to look at what could be for the Colts, not if but when, they draft Peyton Manning’s successor.   The Indianapolis Colts have relied on Peyton Manning for many years to lead not o...

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