For some time, the Stanford quarterback has been viewed as the undisputable top prize in April's draft, but Parcells -- never one to overvalue passers -- says it's way too early to anoint Luck.
"Anyone who says that this guy is the hands down, Heisman Trophy winner or the first pick in the draft right now, I don't think they know what they are talking about," the decorated former coach told ESPN Radio, via The Palm Beach Post. "There's not been enough work done yet."
The newspaper hinted that Parcells might be on a propaganda campaign to lower Luck's draft value to Miami's landing spot in the draft, but the former Dolphins "football czar" didn't spread much sunshine in that direction, either.
"The bottom line in this business, unfortunately, is wins and losses," Parcells said, "and unfortunately it hasn't gone as everyone would have liked (it) to (in Miami). But there's still some football left. Teams improve as they go, and maybe there's a chance that can happen."