Gerhart says Andrew Luck will be special

Vikings' running back Toby Gerhart is a firm believer in his former Stanford teammate -- Andrew Luck. Gerhart says Luck is "going to be special" in the NFL. So special, that according to Gerhart, Luck is "Peyton Manning-esque" in a lot of ways.
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Vikings' running back Toby Gerhart is a firm believer in his former Stanford teammate -- Andrew Luck. Gerhart says Luck is "going to be special" in the NFL. So special, that according to Gerhart, Luck is "Peyton Manning-esque" in a lot of ways.

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