Colts Doing It With Heart, Skill, Luck

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Was my friend Michael Wilbon watching? The guy who said a few weeks back that Robert Griffin III was the Rookie of the Year, Most Valuable Player and next in line for the throne of England?

Was my friend Peter King watching? The same PK who wrote in that Griffin was the halfway-through-the-season Rookie of the Year and the man most likely to stop our country from falling over the fiscal cliff?

There’s a lot to like about RGIII, a terrific young quarterback and an electric athlete.

But there’s a lot to love about Andrew Luck, not to mention his teammates on the Hairless Club For Men, aka the Indianapolis Colts.

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