Would the Colts be better off if they drafted Robert Griffin III and had him sit behind Peyton Manning or if they drafted Andrew Luck and traded Manning?
I think Griffin is definitely a better quarterback than Luck, so I'd draft him. He's a great passer who is poised in the pocket and has outstanding athletic ability.
Manning is already a proven winner, while Luck hasn't won anything and hasn't even made it to the NFL yet. Do the Colts really want to roll the dice here?
Why does everyone think Luck should choose whether or not he plays right away? It will cost the Colts just as much to have Luck and Manning as it will to have RG3 and Manning, so why can't Luck also sit and learn from Peyton?
I say trade down a couple spots, then take RG3. Use any extra pick(s) on a good guard or a good cornerback.