2013 DRAFT GUIDE
 #12 Andrew Luck
 Pos: Quarterback
NFL Team: IND
Injury: OK
 Experience: 3
College: Stanford
Height: 76
Weight: 239
Born: 9/12/1989
 Year  Tm  Gm  Cmp  Att  Yds  TDs  Int  Sack  Rush  Yds  TDs  Fum 
PROJIND38161246223315542194
2012IND16339627437423184162255510

Summary

Quarterback Rank: #6All Players: #42
Luck had a big rookie season. He was really the focal point of the offense with the Colts having issues running the ball. Luck attempted 627 passes for the season, which is just a huge number. He topped 4,000 yards and scored 28 total touchdowns to 18 interceptions. His numbers didn't look like those of a rookie. Luck played like a veteran many weeks. He had six 300-yard games and 10 multiple touchdown games. He even showed some promise running the ball, rushing for 255 yards and five touchdowns. Luck did struggle at times with his accuracy but should get better with more seasoning. And the Colts are moving to a more West Coast offense this season, which should help his accuracy. This could lead to a few less downfield chances for Luck but he should still throw the ball plenty in this offense. Luck is the centerpiece of the offense for years to come. He is a cerebral quarterback that is accurate and seems to know his limitations even at a young age. Luck doesn't have a huge arm but it is strong enough to make all the throws.
FANTASY OUTLOOK
Luck is only going to get better, which is scary for fantasy teams. He could be one of the best fantasy quarterbacks in the game the next season or two. We like his prospects to continue to improve. We doubt he throws the ball as much as he did last season but will still get his chances in this offense. He can get 4,000 yards and 30-plus touchdowns. We also expect his interception totals to decrease.

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Notes

Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck said he thinks Miami Dolphins OT Jonathan Martin would be a good fit for the team, and he supports the idea of the Colts bringing his former teammate at Stanford into the fold. 'I'd say I love Jon, we had a great time at Stanford together, still stay in touch with him regularly and I think he's a great man,' Luck said regarding the input he'd provide, if/when (when) he's asked about Martin.
Source: KFFL.com
While the Indianapolis Colts will have more than $30 million to spend, a bunch of big name free agents this offseason are not likely. New contracts for WR T.Y. Hilton and QB Andrew Luck are on the horizon, so much of that cap space will be saved for re-signing current players or cheaper free agents.
Source: KFFL.com
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck will play in the 2014 Pro Bowl in place of Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson.
Source: KFFL.com
With 7,673 passing yards in 30 regular-season starts, Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck needs 248 for the most by a quarterback in his first two seasons. Carolina's Cam Newton had 7,920 in 2011-12 and the Colts' Peyton Manning had 7,874 in 1998-99. Also, Luck has 20 wins, tied for fourth-most by a QB in his first two seasons. Seattle's Russell Wilson has 23 with two games to play while Ben Roethlisberger had 22 in 2004-05 and Dan Marino 21 in 1983-84.
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck picked up his 20th career win in the Week 15 game against the Houston Texans, tying Baltimore Ravens QB Joe Flacco and Atlanta Falcons WR Matt Ryan for the fourth-most wins in a quarterback's first two NFL seasons since 1970. Luck has nine touchdowns and just one interception in four career games against the Texans.
Source: KFFL.com
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck was sacked four times and hit 11 times in the team's Week 9 win over the Houston Texans, and the Colts have allowed 63 quarterback hits this year, the third most in the league. Luck has been sacked 19 times in 2013. 'We have to be more consistent,' head coach Chuck Pagano said. 'Toward the end of that (Houston) game, when we're making big plays, we got things blocked up. Andrew has time, he can step up and make those big plays to T.Y. (Hilton). It's just a matter of doing it down after down on a consistent basis.'
Fantasy Impact: The line hasn't been very good for the Colts, which is causing Luck to have some erratic games. He seems to be doing a good job of avoiding making mistakes despite being hurried, though, which is a positive.
Source: KFFL.com
Former Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren said he offered their entire collection of 2012 draft picks to the Indianapolis Colts to trade up and select QB Andrew Luck.
Source: KFFL.com
Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay said on his Twitter page that he wants better pass protection for QB Andrew Luck moving forward. Luck was sacked four times in the team's Week 1 game.
Source: KFFL.com
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck said he is very comfortable with the offense that offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton is bringing to the team. 'I am 100 percent more comfortable,' Luck said. 'On this day last year, I was probably sitting in class. It is nice to be able to have the full offseason with the team. We have changed (offensive) coordinators, but I have had a great relationship with Pep Hamilton from before. To be around him and talk his style of offense has been great. It is just nice to be around the guys.'
Source: KFFL.com
Indianapolis Colts QB Andrew Luck said he is looking forward to playing in the offense that offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton is bringing to the team. Luck said the Hamilton's offense will incorporate West Coast offensive tendencies with the offense they ran this season.
Source: KFFL.com

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  #2  Drew BreesNOR7
  #3  Aaron RodgersGNB4
  #4  M. StaffordDET9
  #5  Cam NewtonCAR4
  #6  Andrew LuckIND8
Sleeper #7  Nick FolesPHI12
  #8  Philip RiversSDG8
  #9  Andy DaltonCIN12
  #10  Matt RyanATL6
  #11  Tom BradyNWE10
  #12  R. Griffin IIIWAS5
  #13  Tony RomoDAL11
  #14  Jay CutlerCHI8
  #15  R. WilsonSEA12
Hot #16  C. KaepernickSFO9
Sleeper #17  R. TannehillMIA6
Cold #18  B. RoethlisbergerPIT5
  #19  Joe FlaccoBAL8
  #20  Eli ManningNYG9
Sleeper #21  Carson PalmerARI9
Sleeper #22  Sam BradfordSTL11
  #23  J. Manziel---
Sleeper #24  Alex SmithKAN10
  #25  Mike GlennonTAM5
  #26  Jake LockerTEN8
  #27  EJ ManuelBUF12
  #28  Michael VickNYJ10
  #29  Geno SmithNYJ10
  #30  Chad HenneJAC9
  #31  Brian HoyerCLE10
  #32  T. PryorOAK7
  #33  T. Bridgewater---
  #34  Josh McCownTAM5
Cold #35  Mark SanchezPHI12
  #36  C. PonderMIN5
  #37  Matt SchaubOAK7
  #38  Kirk CousinsWAS5
  #39  Josh FreemanNYG9
  #40  R. FitzpatrickHOU8
  #41  Blake Bortles---
  #42  Matt FlynnGNB4
  #43  B. GabbertSFO9
  #44  Drew StantonARI9
  #45  Matt MooreMIA6
  #46  M. HasselbeckIND8
  #47  B. WeedenDAL11
  #48  Matt CasselMIN5
  #49  Kyle OrtonDAL11
  #50  Colt McCoyWAS5
  #51  Matt BarkleyPHI12
  #52  J. CampbellCIN12
  #53  Shaun HillSTL11
  #54  Ryan MallettNWE10
  #55  Derek Carr---
  #56  Jeff TuelBUF12
  #57  Chase DanielKAN10
  #58  J. Garoppolo---
  #59  Landry JonesPIT5
  #60  B. OsweilerDEN9
  #61  A.J. McCarron---
  #62  T.J. YatesHOU8
  #63  B. GradkowskiPIT5
  #64  Rex GrossmanWAS5
  #65  C. PainterNYG9
  #66  D. AndersonCAR4
  #67  John SkeltonTEN8
  #68  Tyrod TaylorBAL8
  #69  Josh JohnsonCIN12
  #70  C. WhitehurstTEN8
  #71  Ryan LindleyARI9
  #72  Ricky StanziJAC9
  #73  T. JacksonSEA12
  #74  Ryan NassibNYG9
  #75  Zac DysertDEN9
  #76  Charlie BatchPIT5
  #77  Brad SorensenSDG8
  #78  Luke McCownNOR7
  #79  B.J. DanielsSEA12
  #80  Tyler WilsonTEN8
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Cold #84  Vince YoungGNB4
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Cold #92  Tim TebowNWE10
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Injury Concern #96  Kevin KolbBUF12
  #97  David GarrardNYJ10

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