Andrew Luck, QB, Colts
|QB - #1||8.42||IND||Active||3 years||25||6'4||234|
There is no 2015 profile for this player yet. Here is his 2014 profile:
2014 Outlook: Stud (low risk)
UNLIMITED CEILING, MVP CANDIDATE. Andrew Luck enters his third year with more upside than any other QB. Luck finished 2013 outside the Top 10 in most relevant quarterback categories, but one must look beyond the numbers to grasp what awaits Luck. The former Stanford grad excelled in spite of injuries across the offense, leading his Colts to a division title with a porous offensive line and non-existent running attack (outside of two games where Donald Brown performed). Luck did his best Tom Brady impersonation and worked with a collection of young, unpolished receivers (along with TY Hilton) to maximize his success. The Colts upgraded their offensive line through the draft and signed free agent Hakeem Nicks. With Reggie Wayne and Dwayne Allen returning from injury and Trent Richardson likely more comfortable in the offense, the sky is the limit. Luck is currently the fourth QB off the board in most redraft leagues (with a 37.43 ADP), so you are already betting on a large statistical surge for Luck if you draft him. However, if you are comfortable sacrificing an elite WR or RB early in your draft to lock up a sure thing at QB, look no further than Luck.
World Championship Drafts: In dynasty, Luck is normally going QB2 overall (third round) behind only the great Aaron Rodgers. The expectations are high for this Colts QB.Last updated on Jul-14-2014 by Larry Gold
Long-time Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson admits to mounting frustration in Houston prior to his departure. He sounds like a new man in Indianapolis. Actually, he almost sounds like a mature rookie just entering the league or a guy coming off injury eager to get back to action. Despite his issues in Houston, his decision to join the Colts has nothing to do with the fact the two teams are AFC South rivals. "This decision has absolutely nothing to do with the Texans," Johnson said. "This decision has everything to do with winning a Super Bowl."Fantasy Analysis:
Johnson is projected to be the WR2 in a high-octane Colts' aerial assault. I believe the future Hall of Famer will be the most highly targeted wideout in Indy. He is exactly what the passing attack needed. They tried to fill the void with Hakeem Nicks last season but things didn't pan out how they had hoped. Johnson is still highly productive, despite a miserable quarterback situation in Houston. With Andrew Luck, Johnson should easily hit 1,000 yards and in the ballpark of double-digit TDs.
FFToolbox NFL News & Rumors5/29 - Colts WR Andre Johnson's decision to come to Indianapolis 'has everything to do with winning'
5/27 - Colts sign rookie WR Phillip Dorsett
5/22 - Colts QB Andrew Luck and WR Phillip Dorsett on the same page
5/21 - Colts WR Andre Johnson and RB Frank Gore making a 'pretty seamless' transition to Indy
5/20 - Colts WR Phillip Dorsett: 'I'm definitely getting there'
5/15 - Colts TE Dwayne Allen missed the Colts offseason program to get healthy
5/7 - Colts players continue to sound off about the controversial decision to draft WR Phillip Dorsett
5/6 - Colts QB Andrew Luck is more excited about first-round pick Phillip Dorsett than WR T.Y. Hilton is
4/30 - Colts select speedy WR Phillip Dorsett
2014 Mock Draft Results
FFToolbox Mock Draft July 21
|7.07||Bluefish Blitz - Elite talent, decent weapons, great schedule and he even runs a little. 7th round and I need a qb. As a bonus, if TRich scores,that's ok too.|
FFToolbox Mock Draft July 14
July 14, 2014
|5.05||KFFL - I strongly debated Bishop Sankey here. Luck gives me the most bang for my buck. He is my No. 2 overall quarterback this year.|
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