Just reading Peter King on the "Lose for Luck" story. Talks about all that's at stake this Sunday for teams at the top of the draft, obviously with Luck as the focus. Some good historical stuff too. So anyway he talks to Bill Polian about whether he's discussed the merits of losing this week with his coaches or players ("no conversations whatsoever'' ), and I thought these quotes were interesting: "I am proud to be part of an organization and part of a league where players and coaches give 100 percent effort in every game,'' Polian said. "Maybe that's why we're such a popular sport.'' ... "How can you build an organization with a culture of winning and look players in the eye and tell them to give their best effort every day but this one?'' Polian said. Ahem. And King doesn't even call him on it.