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The complexity of the 2012 NFL Draft changed when Peyton Manning had multiple neck surgeries leading to the Indianapolis Colts drafting Andrew Luck. Absolutely nobody ever imagined that the Colts would have been in position to draft Luck heading into the 2012 season. It was the usual suspects, Buffalo Bills or the Washington Redskins. Those two were
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