2012 NFL Draft: 6 Reasons Why Andrew Luck Will Be a Flop for Indianapolis

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2012 NFL Draft: 6 Reasons Why Andrew Luck Will Be a Flop for Indianapolis
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Andrew Luck did enough to impress on the college level, but his introduction to an NFL defense will yield different results.

NFL draft day is approaching, and Indianapolis' prospective first pick Andrew Luck already has an enormous amount of expectation that's about to rattle him as he learns to adapt to the pro game. Although he was able to dominate the college ranks, we examine six reasons why he'll be a flop.

I realize that this article may draw much ire from Stanford, Pac-12, Indianapolis Colts and general football fans alike. But don't shoot the messenger; I'm just relaying these items of interest to you.

While all the Kipers and McShays of the world drool over Andrew Luck, a player some have even said is the best prospect in 25 years, we'll pass on the Kool-Aid the popular kids are drinking and take a few sips of cold, hard truth about the draft's biggest hype since Ricky Williams.

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