9. #3 Andrew Luck, Indianapolis 2012
Luck has only played one season and still easily makes the top-three of this list. Luck has the seemingly imposible task of making Colts fans forget about Peyton Manning, and he did a pretty good job in Year One. Luck started all 16 games and led the Colts to an 11-5 record just one season after they managed only three wins.
Luck's decision-making ability combined with good arm strength and sneaky athleticism make him a triple-threat quarterback. Luck did struggle a little when it came to turnovers. In his rookie season, Luck totaled 28 touchdowns and 28 turnovers.