NFL Draft 2012: Breaking Down the Andrew Luck Sweepstakes

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NFL Draft 2012: Breaking Down the Andrew Luck Sweepstakes
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It's no secret Andrew Luck is the consensus No. 1 pick in next year's draft. The senior quarterback from Houston, Texas, shocked many by not declaring for last April's draft, when he would have certainly been drafted first overall by the Carolina Panthers instead of Cam Newton.

The Heisman Trophy candidate has done nothing but improve his position atop the draft boards of most NFL teams, leaving every fan outside of perhaps Green Bay salivating at the idea of their team drafting him. 

Unfortunately, there is only one overall pick to be had, and there is only one Andrew Luck to be had. The following slideshow breaks down the chances of the 13 worst teams in the NFL, or the "Suck for Luck" victors. 

The slideshow is in order of the teams' current records and does not reflect their odds of landing the No. 1 overall pick or their likelihood of drafting him if they held the No. 1 pick.

This slideshow breaks down every team that currently possess a losing record, which explains why even Philadelphia and Dallas are considered.

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