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NFL fans would rather have Andrew Luck over Russell Wilson & Aaron Rodgers

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Andrew Luck is a fans favorite for the Indianapolis Colts, but it also seems that the tag applies to fans across the whole of the NFL.

According to a poll, Luck is seen as a brighter prospect by fans than Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers. 

Wilson led Seattle to a Super Bowl win Sunday over the Denver Broncos, but his team helped him to victory with great displays from his defensive colleagues. 

Packers QB Rodgers has also won a Super Bowl with Green Bay when they edged out the Pittsburgh Steelers 31-25 three years ago. 

However, these two World Champions have been overlooked by fans in an ESPN poll on which QB they would like to have over the next five years. 

Fans were given five options, including Tony Romo, Aaron Rodgers, Colin Kaepernick, Russell Wilson and Andrew Luck. 

9,061 fans voted, and Luck was the overwhelming favorite with 40% of the vote. In second was Rodgers with 25%, then Wilson and Romo were tied for third with 15%, and Kaepernick brought up the rear with only 5%. 

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