So now according to the Associated Press, Andrew Luck will be calling his own plays for the Stanford Cardinals.

This just shows Luck is ready for the NFL now and it's no wonder why he was already set to become the No. 1 pick of this year's NFL Draft, but however went over to Cam Newton (and he's doing pretty good by the way). But there's no question that the team with the number one pick will be aiming for Luck.

It's Luck or bust for an NFL team looking for a future quarterback (not really, I mean there is also guys like Landry Jones and Matt Barkley. But come on, Luck would be much better to have).

During the 45-19 rout over UCLA, Luck called some of his own plays. It's no wonder why he is being compared to Peyton Manning. Manning is basically the offensive coordinator for the Indianapolis Colts. Luck is already showing signs of Manning, and quite early, too.

And to no surprise, Luck played outstanding, going 23-of-27 for 227 yards and three touchdowns. Nice play-calling if you ask me.

“We put the formation out there and let Andrew call the play,” Stanford coach David Shaw said. “It’s 100 percent up to him to get us in the right play. We feel we have a phenomenal quarterback. I don’t know if there are too many college quarterbacks that can truly call the game. It’s not coming from the sideline. It’s coming from him on the field.”

Luck was that good. Shaw even admitted it himself.

“His plays were a little bit better than mine,” Shaw said.

So any NFL team looking to suck, there's your chance. If you want a good play-caller, here's your guy.

He's already on a roll, as the Cardinals are 4-0.

Happy Lucking!

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