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By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Mon, Jul 28th 4:35pm EDT

Andrew Luck threw three interceptions in today's practice, going 17 of 31 with five touchdowns. He took the mistakes as learning experiences, saying "If I was fooled, I want to ask the about [the defender's] technique." (Source: Stephen Holder)

Fantasy Impact: Luck took the opportunity to pick the defender's brains, asking if there was anything he did to tip them off as to what the play was. As Luck continues to improve his decision making and cut down on mistakes, he will raise his already extremely high ceiling.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Jul 27th 2:03pm EDT

Luck went 18 of 27 passing in drills on Saturday's practice session. Most of the throws were short yardage plays but Luck did make one exciting long pass. He rolled out left, escaping pressure from Bjoern Werner, and threw a long ball one step beyond Donte Moncrief. The play showed off his ability to escape pressure, make a play with his legs, and throw an accurate long pass. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: With the return of a couple of his favorite targets in Dwayne Allen and Reggie Wayne, Luck will have no shortage of weapons at his disposal. The Colts will look to a play-maker driven offense and there may be no better young play maker than Luck. Luck should have a stellar 2014 season, as he seems to raise the ceiling on his expectations almost annually.

The New York Times | Jul 29th
O.C Pep Hamilton's obsession with his much weaker ground attack is a little concerning.
Breaking Football | Jul 28th
Luck was awesome last year, even without Reggie Wayne and despite bad play-calling. Imagine what he can do with Wayne and more passes.
KFFL | Jul 25th
"Cory, dude, why so much love for Andrew Luck?" He explains why you should be focusing your draft attention toward Indy's rising stud.
KFFL | Jul 25th
"Cory, dude, why so much love for Andrew Luck?" He explains why you should be focusing your draft attention toward Indy's rising stud.
Fantasy Team Advice | Jul 24th
If Luck could partner up with a head coach like Sean Peyton, he would be a top 3 fantasy QB. As it is, the Colts love to run the ball, and don't look to put up big numbers, meaning you shouldn't reach too early for Luck on draft day
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
We have to see over 30+ TDs to consider Luck elite. Reggie Wayne returns and we should finally see Luck break over 30 TDs.
FantasySharks | Jul 16th
There’s not a lot to love for the AFC South from a fantasy perspective. You’ve got Andrew Luck, Andre Johnson, and…uh…yeah. But low draft stock can lead to good late-round value. Cody Pagels is here to separate the hidden gems from the trash in part one of the AFC South.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
I think the perception around fantasy circles was that Andrew Luck had a disappointing season, he actually finished fourth among fantasy quarterbacks and I think he is going to have his breakout season in his third year. The addition of free agent WR Hakeem Nicks could be huge for the Colts offense.
Yahoo! Sports | Jun 27th
You want a fantasy argument, we promise you a doozy here. Today's assignment is a Battle Royale at Quarterback (okay, maybe it's a Royale with Cheese), four Yahoo scribes going at each other. Andy Behrens is free from the morass; the other Original Five Yahoos go to post. The QBs: Robert Griffin III, Cam Newton, Tom Brady and Andrew Luck. Pick your winner in the comments (or at least give us ...
ESPN | Jun 24th
Ranked next to each other at the quarterback position, who is the better pick for 2014, Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III?
KFFL | Jun 23rd
Andrew Luck leads the list of those ready to step into elite fantasy territory.