Not only is Andrew Luck the best rookie quarterback this season, but there aren't more than five other quarterbacks you'd want to start a team with in the National Football League.
But that's really besides the point.
For the purpose of this article, Luck is the best rookie quarterback this season.
For some reason, he has gotten some backlash before the draft and during the season.
He's found a way to rise above all that.
Taking into account Luck's record-breaking performance this Sunday, he has cemented himself as the top quarterback in this year's promising crop of first-year signal-callers.
What's most impressive, through all the statistics and the intangibles, is the play of the other rookie quarterbacks in which he is measured against.
Robert Griffin III has provided hope to a Washington Redskins team that hasn't sniffed success in over a decade.
Ryan Tannehill has been a pleasant surprise, playing extremely well on a subpar Miami Dolphins team.
Brandon Weeden and Russell Wilson have also shown flashes of potential greatness.
Despite all that, Luck leads the impressive class of quarterbacks, and here are five reasons why.