Johnson has company in the Luck fan club.
"He's one of those guys where usually a quarterback will try to scramble out of the pocket. He doesn't," Ware explained. "He scrambles into the pocket. And so he'll let guys corral and get outside of him, but he'll go into the pocket and throw a javelin."
It's easy to see why a teammate or opponent might place Luck atop the NFL's quarterback hierarchy. Take a look at the postseason highlight package below, featuring a series of spectacular plays that no other player can duplicate.
The reigning MVP has been the NFL's best player since he lit the league on fire in the 2010 playoffs.
Among active quarterbacks, Rodgers paces the field in career passer rating (106.0), yards per attempt (8.2), passing touchdowns percentage (6.5) and interception percentage (1.6).
No other quarterback matches Rodgers' combination of arm talent, improvisational ability and awareness. He -- not Luck -- is the single biggest competitive advantage in the NFL.