Player Profile: Andrew Luck
With the start of training camp just weeks away, Andrew Luck has yet to resume throwing related activities. However, Luck nor the organization seem concern. All parties fully expect Luck to start the season. Despite playing hurt most of the 2016 season, Luck started 15 games and finished with 31 passing and two rushing touchdowns. The Colts ended with an 8-8 record. Unless the Colts defense has made a complete change, Luck will continue to be under pressure to carry the team. Gore continues to be reliable if unspectacular in the running game.
Luck is simply too good of a player to pass over. He is currently the fourth quarterback off the board per Fantasy Pros. Although, I don’t select my quarterback until the later rounds if you play in a league that favors the quarterback position Luck could win you the league.
USA TODAY Sports’ Lindsay H. Jones looks at how the big offseason changes in the AFC South will affect the division’s 2017 NFL season. (Photo: Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Spor) Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, who has not thrown since undergoing shoulder surgery in January, told reporters Tuesday that he […]