Is Andrew Luck better than RG3?

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No (Sam Levy)

Robert Griffin III is one of the most athletic quarterbacks to play the game. The Redskin quarterback is blazing fast, and combined with his powerful arm and cool head, RG3’s athleticism will dominate in the NFL for a long time to come. Andrew Luck has natural leadership ability, an accurate arm and a very good passer rating. Luck is a force to be reckoned with, and although he will be a long-lasting, superb passer, he will never surpass RG3.
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Yes (Wilson Witherspoon)

Time and time again, games prove that game management and leadership outweigh mere physical attributes, like arm strength and athleticism, in a quarterback. Don’t get me wrong, RG3 is a great guy and a born leader, but his style of play focuses on playmaking ability, not being the field general that any successful NFL team requires. Andrew Luck is that field general, the Eli Manning-type guy who marches his team down the field for the win.

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