If Andrew Luck were to lose interest in football and pursue a different career path, he would be cemented in football lore with the likes of Boobie Miles and Marcus Dupree.
Luck will likely be the first overall pick in the 2012 draft. Not in the same way Jake Locker was said to be the likely first overall pick in 2011, either.
Luck is probably the most polished QB to come out of the draft since Manning, and he may have an even bigger upside to him than Manning did when he came out. Rather than go to the Panthers as the number one overall pick in 2011, Luck elected to stay in school.
The number one overall pick is going to be widely regarded amongst bottom feeders as the "Andrew Luck Sweepstakes". For all intensive purposes, teams like the Patriots, who may have the artillery to trade up for Luck are excluded here, unless they also have a chance to have the 1st overall pick.
Here are the top 10 teams most likely to finish dead last in 2011. At least they are topping a list of some kind.