In a season of tight awards races, none has been more hotly-debated than the 2012 Offensive Rookie of the Year award. Should the dynamic, entertaining Robert Griffin III, of the Washington Redskins, win it? Or should Seattle's underdog Russell Wilson, who has proven more than a few people wrong with his dazzling performances, get the nod? Or should it be our boy in blue, the quarterback at the center of Indianapolis' worst-to-not-quite-first-but-still-not-all-that-bad turnaround, Andrew Luck?
Bloguin asked me to take part in a debate for our general NFL site, This Given Sunday, and argue for Andy. Not one to back down from a challenge, I delivered Luck's defense in 1100 mostly-legible words.
Head on over, read the post, and tell us what you think!