RENTON, Wash. (AP) -- Doug Baldwin does not want to be in the middle of this debate.
On one side is his guy from college, Andrew Luck, whom Baldwin believes will one day be recognized as one of the all-time great quarterbacks. On the other is the guy delivering passes to Baldwin now, Russell Wilson, who is enjoying just as much success as Luck, both in their second NFL seasons.
Two great QBs, two decidedly unique talents that will meet on the field for the first time on Sunday when the Colts host the Seahawks.
Luck and Wilson are part of a quarterback class that will always be linked and overanalyzed, even if they are all very different players.