Cam Newton Vs. Andrew Luck: Are You Serious?

Like the jersey number says, he's number one.

The joke of the season for bad teams has been the “winner” (the worst team in the NFL) gets quarterback Andrew Luck at the end of the season. At first, the joke generated some laughs but overtime like mostly any joke; it was just a little too much.

And like all jokes, when one comes to an end another forms…well at least I think this is another joke; Andrew Luck versus Cam Newton, who’s better? It’s an obvious answer; Cam Newton. Newton not only performed great at the College level by not only winning a Heisman Trophy but a National Championship as well. As for Luck he hasn’t won either of the two.

Then the next reason why Newton is clearly better is, look at how he’s been performing; 422 yards in his first game, 432 yards in his second game, I mean come on that’s ridiculous! The last time a quarterback did that was…well…uh, NEVER. The way that Newton has been performing this year with the Carolina Panthers, a team that went 2-14 last year is unbelievable. So unbelievable that no one expected it as critiques said that he was a bad pick, the next JaMarcus Russell, that he wouldn’t make it in the NFL, and so on and so on.

Well the critiques were certainly wrong that time and they’re again this time, because Andrew Luck a quarterback for Stanford who Cam Newton beat out in the Heisman race last year and who didn’t win a National Title and who hasn’t played a snap in the NFL yet, to be compared to one of the greatest rookie performances of all time, is just ridiculous! R.I.D.I.C.U.L.O.U.S. RIDCULOUS. I mean even people living under a rock know that Cam Newton known as Lights, Cam, Action, is way better than Andrew Luck. Heck, Luck’s name shouldn’t even be mentioned in the same sentence as Cam Newton.

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Posted on October 27, 2011, in NFL and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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