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Bradford and Luck: A Different Look

With the Rams starting the season at 0-5, questions have emerged about whether or not the Rams would be willing to trade Sam Bradford and draft Luck if they ended up with the 1st overall pick. But that's not what we're going to discuss about now. What I would like to bring up is the possibility of Andrew Luck going to a division rival. What if the Seattle Shithawks self destruct in the 2nd half of the season and gets the 1st overall pick? What if the Cardinals fall under and decide that Kevin Kolb is not the answer? You know what I say? BRING IT ON!!! 

As much as I hate all of these teams in the division, especially the Shithawks, I'd welcome Luck to one of those teams with open arms. A divisional rivalry between Bradford and Luck would be fantastic. It would kinda be like Peyton Manning and Tom Brady, except within the division. How great would that be? I believe that we would have the better QB of the two, and I believe that we'd have the better team of the two. In the end, I think something like this would definitely benefit Bradford anyway. A little friendly rivalry never hurts, and I know that Bradford will step up his game to prove that he's the better player.

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