RantSports’ Chris Pimentel isn’t the only one who thinks the former Stanford All-American, Andrew Luck, will win the NFL MVP title this year. Luck was selected first overall in the 2012 NFL Draft and has been performing well as quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts ever since. Everyone loves him. Former Colts QB Kurt Warner told the Indianapolis Star’s Mike Chappell: “Not only does he have the physical ability to make all the throws (and) the athleticism to extend plays, he’s a smart kid that is well beyond his years as far as understanding the game.”
In January, Luck, 24, was ranked by ESPN as the second best player to start a franchise with. The guy ranked number one was Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, 38, who won the MVP title last year and four times before that. If it were a real running race, we’d place a bet on Luck. He can run the 40-yard dash in 4.67 seconds. Manning, 4.9 seconds.