This article is part of our East Coast Offense series.
Before the season starts, we all have beliefs about which teams are likely to be good or bad and which players belong in the top-10 at their respective positions. By the time the season ends, those beliefs will change quite a bit. We all know this going in, but it's not always easy to pinpoint the exact moment where an initial belief faded away and a new one took hold. These inflection points – where a player or a team was suddenly seen in a different light – are key. The sooner you pick up on them, the more quickly you can react. For example, for Chris Johnson – universally a first-round pick – the Week 1 contest against the Pats was an inflection point. Usually one week isn't enough, but because of its similarity to 2011, it was, in retrospect, an inflection point.
On our Sirius XM show Monday, Brad Evans floated the idea that Andrew Luck would finish as this year's No. 1 overall quarterback based on hi
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