Posted October 25, 2011 on washington.scout.com
Andrew Luck is the perfect human.  He oozes off-the-field character that somehow applies to his on-the-field performance.  He has all the physical tools; he’s the next Jim Plunkett.  No, the next John Elway.  No, the next Peyton Manning.  He’s as smart as Steve Jobs and as athletically gifted as Bryan Clay. He motivates his teammates like Kennedy, yet is results-oriented like FDR.  
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