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  • Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

    Luck is the more hyped prospect, but Newton has already been successful in the NFL. If you had the choice between Newton or Luck as a QB to start your franchise which one would you pick?

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    Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

    I would go with Luck, mostly because he comes from a pro style offense and wont have to rely on his legs so much. The ability to read defenses has a lot to do with that.



    Newton is just fortunate to have been taken by a team that has a run game, solid O-line and a couple of good TEs.

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    • #3
      Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

      Luck on a real team, Newton on a fantasy team.

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      • #4
        Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

        Cam Newton all day... we all seen what he can do and he's gonna get better as a QB which is scary. Luck, nobody knows how he's gonna pan out... he can easily come into the NFL and can't take the pressure.

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        • #5
          Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

          [quote user="tonyt830"]I would go with Luck, mostly because he comes from a pro style offense and wont have to rely on his legs so much. The ability to read defenses has a lot to do with that.



          Newton is just fortunate to have been taken by a team that has a run game, solid O-line and a couple of good TEs.[/quote]You're clueless... Newton threw for 3297 yds so far in his 1st year but you're quick to sweep that under the rug and say the man can't read defenses. Cam runs because he can, not because he has to. You obviously never watched him play. What's next... you're gonna compare him to Vince Young or Michael Vick?

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          • #6
            Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

            [quote user="BurnerNYG"][quote user="tonyt830"]I would go with Luck, mostly because he comes from a pro style offense and wont have to rely on his legs so much. The ability to read defenses has a lot to do with that.



            Newton is just fortunate to have been taken by a team that has a run game, solid O-line and a couple of good TEs.[/quote]You're clueless... Newton threw for 3297 yds so far in his 1st year but you're quick to sweep that under the rug and say the man can't read defenses. Cam runs because he can, not because he has to. You obviously never watched him play. What's next... you're gonna compare him to Vince Young or Michael Vick?[/quote]

            This. Cam is a beast.

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            • #7
              Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

              Mel Kiper said luck was the best QB prospect since John Elway....take that for what its worth I guess

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              • #8
                Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

                Andrew Luck.

                All day, any day


                Luck has terrific measureables. Elite arm strength, and most importantly, elite intangibles. The NFL is in his blood. He's spent the last 4 years in a pro style offense, 3 of which were headed by a coach who stepped right in and won his division.

                He not only knows how to "read" defenses, but how to dissect them. Luck has the potential (a much more real word with him than so many other prospects), to combine the best of Peyton with the best of Elway.

                Newton may be a generational athlete, but Luck is a generational quarterback.

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                • #9
                  Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

                  [quote user="Raptor22"]Andrew Luck.

                  All day, any day


                  Luck has terrific measureables. Elite arm strength, and most importantly, elite intangibles. The NFL is in his blood. He's spent the last 4 years in a pro style offense, 3 of which were headed by a coach who stepped right in and won his division.

                  He not only knows how to "read" defenses, but how to dissect them. Luck has the potential (a much more real word with him than so many other prospects), to combine the best of Peyton with the best of Elway.

                  Newton may be a generational athlete, but Luck is a generational quarterback.
                  [/quote]I was high on Luck during the offseason and the beginning parts of the season but I've watched him play several times this year and imo, he's highly overrated and in no way, shape or form is he gonna come in the league and have the same success that Newton is having in his 1st year. I'm willing to put money on that. Newton is gonna win Superbowls when the Panthers fix that defense... book it.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

                    Don't get me wrong, Newton is a tremendous athlete and a fantasy point machine...but how many wins has he gotten? At this point, I'd take Dalton over him.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

                      [quote user="egyptian420"]Don't get me wrong, Newton is a tremendous athlete and a fantasy point machine...but how many wins has he gotten? At this point, I'd take Dalton over him.
                      [/quote]He has 2 less wins than Eli has this year. What's your point? He was the no. 1 draft pick meaning he went to the worst team in the league. Oh yeah, did I mention he's a rookie? Dalton couldn't hold Newton's jock strap.

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                        [quote user="BurnerNYG"][quote user="egyptian420"]Don't get me wrong, Newton is a tremendous athlete and a fantasy point machine...but how many wins has he gotten? At this point, I'd take Dalton over him.
                        [/quote]He has 2 less wins than Eli has this year. What's your point? He was the no. 1 draft pick meaning he went to the worst team in the league. Oh yeah, did I mention he's a rookie? Dalton couldn't hold Newton's jock strap.[/quote]




                        You obviously haven't seen any Bengal games this season.




                        Dalton is the real deal, stats don't tell the whole story.




                        For a rookie he plays like a veteran, he goes through his progressions, doesn't eye a receiver like most rookie qb's do. The one thing I am impressed about him is he releases the ball before the wr makes there cut. That is a veteran throw, usually takes a few years for a young qb to do that.




                        I am not taking anything away from Newton, but don't discredit Dalton.


                        Giants fan since the early 80s

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                        • #13
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                          [quote user="ny06"]

                          [quote user="BurnerNYG"][quote user="egyptian420"]Don't get me wrong, Newton is a tremendous athlete and a fantasy point machine...but how many wins has he gotten? At this point, I'd take Dalton over him.
                          [/quote]He has 2 less wins than Eli has this year. What's your point? He was the no. 1 draft pick meaning he went to the worst team in the league. Oh yeah, did I mention he's a rookie? Dalton couldn't hold Newton's jock strap.[/quote]




                          You obviously haven't seen any Bengal games this season.




                          Dalton is the real deal, stats don't tell the whole story.




                          For a rookie he plays like a veteran, he goes through his progressions, doesn't eye a receiver like most rookie qb's do. The one thing I am impressed about him is he releases the ball before the wr makes there cut. That is a veteran throw, usually takes a few years for a young qb to do that.




                          I am not taking anything away from Newton, but don't discredit Dalton.

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                          Both players look great IMO, but you can't just compare records when one team has one of the best defenses and the other has one of the worst.

                          The Bengals defense is going to keep them in almost every game. Meanwhile Cam has to score virtually every time they have the ball for them to win.

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                            Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

                            [quote user="ny06"]

                            [quote user="BurnerNYG"][quote user="egyptian420"]Don't get me wrong, Newton is a tremendous athlete and a fantasy point machine...but how many wins has he gotten? At this point, I'd take Dalton over him.
                            [/quote]He has 2 less wins than Eli has this year. What's your point? He was the no. 1 draft pick meaning he went to the worst team in the league. Oh yeah, did I mention he's a rookie? Dalton couldn't hold Newton's jock strap.[/quote]




                            You obviously haven't seen any Bengal games this season.




                            Dalton is the real deal, stats don't tell the whole story.




                            For a rookie he plays like a veteran, he goes through his progressions, doesn't eye a receiver like most rookie qb's do. The one thing I am impressed about him is he releases the ball before the wr makes there cut. That is a veteran throw, usually takes a few years for a young qb to do that.




                            I am not taking anything away from Newton, but don't discredit Dalton.

                            [/quote]
                            I think dalton is having just as good a year as Newton

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                            • #15
                              Re: Cam Newton or Andrew Luck?

                              dalton should win rookie of the year. he's leading a team nobody thought was any good towards a playoff spot, with a fellow rookie at receiver and a pretty weak rushing game. all the while they play in one of the, if not the toughest division in the AFC and NFL.

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