Andrew Luck, QB, Colts
|QB - #1||12.78||IND||Active||4 years||26||6'4||240|
2015 Outlook: Stud (low risk)Last updated on Nov-21-2015 by Shawn Childs
UPDATE (11/21): Luck has certainly been a disappointment this season. While his Fantasy numbers haven't been awful, they certainly have fallen well short of expectations. He started off the season as the consensus top QB and he hasn't even been a QB1. Now he's on the shelf with a lacerated kidney. While they say he's expected to be out 2-6 weeks, he's really out indefinitely. There is a real chance his Fantasy season is over. If that's so, he's been a colossal bust this season.
After two straight years with league average TDs, Luck moved into an elite area with his 43 combined TDs. Andrew had nine 300-yard passing games and one 400-yard game, but he only had one 300-yard passing game in his last seven starts, which includes the playoffs. He had seven games with three TDs or more. Over the last two seasons, Andrew has had growth in his completion rate (61.7 percent - career high). In his 48 games, Luck has averaged 37.8 pass attempts per game. The Colts have three solid WRs, two pass-catching TES, and viable pass-catching back, which are the keys to an elite season. It forces defenses to defend all areas of the field. Luck has 5,000-yard upside especially with declined play by their defense. His lack of running game will lead to many TD passes inside the 10-yard line. You can pencil Andrew in for another 40-plus TDs.
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck
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2015 Mock Draft Results
August 5th, 2015
|3.03||Scott Atkins - So I mentioned that Le'Veon was the best player, but Luck will score the most points. What an offensive show we're all going to see. (Comments Added Wed Aug 12 2:00:33 p.m. ET 2015)|
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