He'll mentor Luck for two years and then we'll have the second coming of Aaron Rodgers.
I saw a stat on Rodgers in that Sunday night game stating that he has the best career completion percentage of any starting QB in history. I know he's good, but I didn't realize he was record-setting good at this stage of his career. The Packers have definitely snagged some good QBs over time.
As for Luck, all signs point to him being a great NFL QB, but I wonder if he is also the most over-hyped player ever going into the pro's. No one really thought much of Favre or Warner or even Brady when they initially transitioned to the NFL, so it sure doesn't seem like the guys with all the hype are the same guys that succeed at the next level.