The Fiesta Bowl against Oklahoma State should be a great final college showcase for Andrew Luck before the Indianapolis Colts make him the #1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft. With that in mind, let’s quickly count down the suckiest of the sucky in this week’s Suck For Luck Power Rankings.
Today, the phrase “suck for Luck” has little to do with a certain NFL team losing game after game and positioning themselves for the #1 pick. Rather, it has to do with the Nike Pro Combat unis that Stanford wore Saturday night. Jerod discusses this, plus provide the latest Suck For Luck Top 10.
Here are this week’s Suck for Luck Power Rankings, where not being #1 no longer looks quite so awful with quarterbacks not named Andrew Luck stepping into the college football spotlight.
Here are this week’s Suck For Luck Power Rankings, which feature the obvious team at #1, a surprise at #2, and then a number of disappointing underachievers after that.
There is a new clear-cut #1 team in this week’s Suck For Luck Power Rankings. But all is not lost for fans of teams like the Miami Dolphins and others who hope that Luck can help turn their franchises around.
Photo Story: “Sucks For Luck” starring Andrew Luck, Peyton Manning, and with special musical guest Jim Irsay
Outside of Tim Tebow, the two players most discussed this season by NFL pundits and fans alike – Andrew Luck and Peyton Manning – have combined to take zero NFL snaps through 8 weeks. And their futures are becoming more and more entwined as the Colts get closer and closer to having the first pick in next April’s draft.
After another Sunday of NFL action, which “professional” football teams are putting themselves in the best position to draft Andrew Luck and guarantee themselves at least 8 out of the next 10 Super Bowls? As we do every week, we’ll break it down for you right here in the Suck 4 Luck Power Rankings.
After a quick review of the stakes, let’s take our weekly look at how the suckiest of the sucky stack up in the race to suck to the lucky bottom of this year’s NFL standings.